Alexander Young (tenor)

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Appearances

Date Title Attributes Artist Length
vocal
1965-07 For This Our Truest Interest Is (Tenor Solo) tenor vocals Alexander Young, Andrew Davis, John Langdon, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Sir David Willcocks 2:40
1965-07 Praise Him, All Ye That in This House Attend (Tenor Solo) tenor vocals Alexander Young, Andrew Davis, John Langdon, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Sir David Willcocks 3:10
1965-11-27 – 1966-02-10 Cantata: A Lyke-Wake Dirge (Versus I. Prelude) tenor vocals Gregg Smith, Adrienne Albert, Gregg Smith Singers, Alexander Young, Columbia Chamber Ensemble, Igor Stravinsky 1:47
1965-11-27 – 1966-02-10 Cantata: A Lyke-Wake Dirge (Versus II. 1st Interlude) tenor vocals Gregg Smith, Adrienne Albert, Gregg Smith Singers, Alexander Young, Columbia Chamber Ensemble, Igor Stravinsky 1:42
1965-11-27 – 1966-02-10 Cantata: A Lyke-Wake Dirge (Versus III. 2nd Interlude) tenor vocals Gregg Smith, Adrienne Albert, Gregg Smith Singers, Alexander Young, Columbia Chamber Ensemble, Igor Stravinsky 1:42
1965-11-27 – 1966-02-10 Cantata: A Lyke-Wake Dirge (Versus IV. Postlude) tenor vocals Gregg Smith, Adrienne Albert, Gregg Smith Singers, Alexander Young, Columbia Chamber Ensemble, Igor Stravinsky 2:27
1965-11-27 – 1966-02-10 Cantata: Ricercar I (Soprano) The Maidens Came tenor vocals Gregg Smith, Adrienne Albert, Gregg Smith Singers, Alexander Young, Columbia Chamber Ensemble, Igor Stravinsky 4:46
1965-11-27 – 1966-02-10 Cantata: Ricercar II (Tenor) Tomorrow Shall Be (Sacred History) tenor vocals Gregg Smith, Adrienne Albert, Gregg Smith Singers, Alexander Young, Columbia Chamber Ensemble, Igor Stravinsky 11:58
1965-11-27 – 1966-02-10 Cantata: Westron Wind (Soprano and Tenor) tenor vocals Gregg Smith, Adrienne Albert, Gregg Smith Singers, Alexander Young, Columbia Chamber Ensemble, Igor Stravinsky 2:13
1967-09 Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 “Choral”: IV. Presto Allegro assai tenor vocals Heather Harper, London Symphony Chorus, Donald McIntyre, Helen Watts, Alexander Young, London Symphony Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski 2:09
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: I. In the Upper Room: Men and brethren tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 5:31
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: I. In the Upper Room: O ye priests! tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 3:43
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: I. In the Upper Room: Seek first the Kingdom of God tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 8:37
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: II. At the Beautiful Gate tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 6:39
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: III. Pentecost: And suddenly there came from Heaven tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 15:00
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: III. Pentecost: And when the day of Pentecost tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 4:39
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: III. Pentecost: Repent, and be baptised tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 5:43
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: IV. The Sign of Healing: And as they spake…The Sun goeth down tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 11:09
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: IV. The Sign of Healing: Then they that gladly received his word tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 10:17
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: Prelude tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 7:47
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: V. The Upper Room: Our Father tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 5:29
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: V. The Upper Room: The voice of joy tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 6:46
1968-12-16 – 1968-12-22 The Kingdom, op. 51: V. The Upper Room: Thou, Almighty God tenor vocals [St. John] John Alldis, London Philharmonic Choir, Yvonne Minton, Margaret Price, John Shirley‐Quirk, Alexander Young, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult 5:16
1969-01 Ode for St Cecilia's Day (1692), Z. 328: In vain the am'rous flute and soft guitar (Countertenor I, Tenor) tenor vocals Paul Esswood, Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Charles Mackerras 5:39
1969-01 Ode for St Cecilia's Day (1692), Z. 328: With rapture of delight (Countertenor I & II, Tenor, Bass I) tenor vocals Paul Esswood, Michael Rippon, Roland Tatnell, Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Charles Mackerras 0:57
1970-04 Israel in Egypt, HWV 54, Part I - Exodus: 1. Recitative (Tenor): Now there arose a new king over Egypt tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Charles Mackerras 0:24
1970-04 Israel in Egypt, HWV 54, Part I - Exodus: 3. Recitative (Tenor): Then sent He Moses tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Charles Mackerras 0:33
1970-04 Israel in Egypt, HWV 54, Part II - Moses' Song: 21. Air (Tenor): The enemy said: "I will pursue" tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Charles Mackerras 2:42
1970-04 Israel in Egypt, HWV 54, Part II - Moses' Song: 24. Duet (Countertenor & Tenor): Thou in Thy mercy tenor vocals Paul Esswood, Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Charles Mackerras 4:20
1970-04 Israel in Egypt, HWV 54, Part II - Moses' Song: 28. Recitative (Tenor): For the horse of Pharaoh tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Charles Mackerras 0:25
1970-04 Israel in Egypt, HWV 54, Part II - Moses' Song: 29. Recitative (Tenor): And Miriam, the prophetess tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Charles Mackerras 0:21
1970-07 Messiah: Air-Tenor: Ev'ry Valley Shall Be Exalted tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 3:57
1970-07 Messiah: Recitative-Tenor: Comfort ye My People tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 3:48
1972 Il Pirata: Act I: "Sorgete... Lo sognai ferito esangue" tenor vocals Vincenzo Bellini 9:21
A Faust Symphony: III. Mephistopheles and Final Chorus tenor vocals Beecham Choral Society, Alexander Young, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Thomas Beecham 22:23
Air: Behold, and See If There Be Any Sorrow; Recit.: He Was Cut Off Out of the Land of the Living solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent 2:38
Chandos Anthem No. 11, HWV 256 "Let God arise": Air solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Sir David Willcocks 2:46
Constancy, WoO 155.22 tenor vocals Julia Hamari, Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 2:33
Duncan Gray, WoO 156.2 tenor vocals Dietrich Fischer‐Dieskau, Edith Mathis, Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 1:55
Enchantress, Fare Well, Op. 108.18 tenor vocals Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 4:10
Farewell, Bliss, and Farewell, Nancy, WoO 152.20 tenor vocals Dietrich Fischer‐Dieskau, Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 3:12
Gurrelieder, Part III: Du strenger Richter droben (Waldemar) tenor vocals Arnold Schönberg 2:48
Gurrelieder, Part III: Erwacht, Kõnig Waldemar's Men wert! (Waldemar) tenor vocals Arnold Schönberg 3:25
Gurrelieder, Part III: Mit Toves Stimme flüstert der Wald (Waldemar) tenor vocals Arnold Schönberg 3:19
Gurrelieder: Opening tenor vocals Martina Arroyo, Alexander Young, DR SymfoniOrkestret, János Ferencsik 14:50
Harmoniemesse, H XXII 14: Agnus Dei tenor vocals Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Joseph Rouleau, Erna Spoorenberg, Helen Watts, Alexander Young, Brian Runnett, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, George Guest 5:54
Harmoniemesse, H XXII 14: Benedictus tenor vocals Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Joseph Rouleau, Erna Spoorenberg, Helen Watts, Alexander Young, Brian Runnett, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, George Guest 4:09
Harmoniemesse, H XXII 14: Credo tenor vocals Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Joseph Rouleau, Erna Spoorenberg, Helen Watts, Alexander Young, Brian Runnett, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, George Guest 10:20
Harmoniemesse, H XXII 14: Gloria tenor vocals Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Joseph Rouleau, Erna Spoorenberg, Helen Watts, Alexander Young, Brian Runnett, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, George Guest 10:25
Harmoniemesse, H XXII 14: Kyrie tenor vocals Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Joseph Rouleau, Erna Spoorenberg, Helen Watts, Alexander Young, Brian Runnett, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, George Guest 7:06
Harmoniemesse, H XXII 14: Sanctus tenor vocals Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Joseph Rouleau, Erna Spoorenberg, Helen Watts, Alexander Young, Brian Runnett, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, George Guest 2:42
He Promised Me At Parting, WoO 154.12 tenor vocals Edith Mathis, Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 2:18
Iolanthe: Act II, Finale "Soon as we May, Off and Away" tenor vocals Glyndebourne Festival Chorus, Pro Arte Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent 2:13
Lochnagar, WoO 156.9 tenor vocals Dietrich Fischer‐Dieskau, Edith Mathis, Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 4:09
Messiah: Air-Tenor: Behold, and See If there Be Any Sorrow solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 1:45
Messiah: Air-Tenor: But Thou Didst not Leave solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 2:38
Messiah: Air-Tenor: Ev'ry Valley Shall Be Exalted solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 3:57
Messiah: Air-Tenor: Thou Shalt Break Them solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 2:16
Messiah: Duet-Alto & Tenor: O Death, where is Thy Sting? solo and tenor vocals Yvonne Minton, Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 1:10
Messiah: Recitative-Tenor: All They that See Him solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 0:45
Messiah: Recitative-Tenor: Comfort ye My People solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 3:48
Messiah: Recitative-Tenor: He that Dwelleth in Heaven solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 0:16
Messiah: Recitative-Tenor: He was Cut Off Out of the Land solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 0:23
Messiah: Recitative-Tenor: Thy Rebuke Hath Broken His Heart solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 1:54
Messiah: Recitative-Tenor: Unto which of the Angels solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, English Chamber Orchestra, Johannes Somary 0:19
Music, Love and Wine, Op. 108.1 tenor vocals Dietrich Fischer‐Dieskau, Edith Mathis, Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 1:18
Part II: Air - "But Thou Didst Not Leave His Soul in Hell" solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent 2:30
Part II: Air - "Thou Shalt Break Them" solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent 2:15
Part II: Recit - "All That They See Him to Scorn" solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent 0:50
Part II: Recit - "Thy Rebuke Hath Broken His Heart" solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent 2:05
Part II: Recitative - "He That Dwelleth in Heaven" solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent 0:17
Recitative: Comfort Ye My People; Air: Ev'ry Valley Shall Be Exalted solo and tenor vocals Alexander Young, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent 8:12
Robin Adair, WoO 157.7 tenor vocals Dietrich Fischer‐Dieskau, Edith Mathis, Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 2:40
Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 “Choral”: IV. Presto - Allegro assai tenor vocals John Alldis, Heather Harper, London Symphony Chorus, Donald McIntyre, Helen Watts, Alexander Young, London Symphony Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski 26:08
The Gondoliers: Act I. “From the sunny Spanish shore” (Duke, Duchess, Casilda, Luiz) tenor vocals Gilbert & Sullivan 1:37
The Gondoliers: Act I. “Good morrow, pretty maids” (Francesco, Fiametta, Antonio, Giorgio, Vittoria, Giulia) tenor vocals Gilbert & Sullivan 1:15
The Gondoliers: Act I. “In enterprise of martial kind” (Duke, Casilda, Duchess, Luiz) tenor vocals Gilbert & Sullivan 1:44
The Gondoliers: Act I. “O rapture when alone” (Casilda, Luiz) tenor vocals Gilbert & Sullivan 2:22
The Gondoliers: Act I. “There was a time” (Luiz, Casilda) tenor vocals Gilbert & Sullivan 3:35
The Gondoliers: Act I. “Try we life-long” (Casilda, Duchess, Luiz, Duke, Don Alhambra) tenor vocals Gilbert & Sullivan 1:59
The Gondoliers: Act II. “The Royal Prince” (Inez, All) tenor vocals Gilbert & Sullivan 4:35
The Miller of Dee, WoO 157.5 tenor vocals Dietrich Fischer‐Dieskau, Edith Mathis, Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 1:59
Ye Shepherds of This Pleasent Vale, WoO 156.4 tenor vocals Dietrich Fischer‐Dieskau, Edith Mathis, Alexander Young, Georg Donderer, Karl Engel, Andreas Röhn 1:53
1958 The Yeomen of the Guard (Glyndebourne Festival Chorus, Pro Arte Orchestra feat. conductor: Sir Malcolm Sargent) tenor vocals Gilbert & Sullivan
Gurrelieder / Suite for String Orchestra (János Ferencsik, Norman Del Mar) tenor vocals Arnold Schönberg