Philip Langridge CBE (born 16 December 1939) is an English tenor considered to be among the foremost exponents of English opera and oratorio.
Langridge was born in Hawkhurst, Kent, and studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London. He started his career as an orchestral violinist, which exposed him to a greater variety of music than professional singers ordinarily experience.
Langridge is admired for his fine technique coupled with keen dramatic instincts. His repertoire is broad, ranging from the… read more
|1||Finzi: Dies Natalis - 1. Intrada||51 listeners|
|2||Finzi: Dies Natalis - 5. The Salutation (Aria)||47 listeners|
|3||Janácek: The Diary of One Who Disappeared - Übersetzung: Max Brod - 17. "Flieh, wenn das Schicksal ruft"/"Who can escape his fate" (Tenor)||26 listeners|
|4||Dies Natalis: 5. The Salutation (Aria)||20 listeners|
|5||Sussex Carol (arr. G. Rossiter)||18 listeners|
|6||Messiah / Part 1 - "Comfort ye, My people... Ev'ry Valley shall be exalted"||16 listeners|
|7||Messiah / Part 2 - "All they that see him...He trusted in God"||15 listeners|
|8||12 Songs, Op. 48: A little music||15 listeners|
|9||The Holy Sonnets of John Donne, Op. 35: Sonnet X: Death, be not proud||14 listeners|
|10||Handel: Messiah / Part 1 - "Comfort ye, My people... Ev'ry Valley shall be exalted"||14 listeners|