AbstractAn excerpt from “Wasted and Worn”, Op.6, sung by the Stanbery Singers and conducted by Paul John Stanbery, was featured on BBC Radio Solent (96.1 FM in Hampshire and IoW) on the programme, “BBC Introducing: Solent”, hosted by Stephanie Nieuwenhuys (broadcast on 11th February 2017, at 20:20:34 GMT- or approx. 20 minutes into the programme). "Wasted and Worn" [subtitled, "And calm of mind all passion spent."] is a Part Song for a cappella SSAATTBB choir + soloists, to a text from “A Parting”, by John Leicester Warren (1835-95): Wasted and worn that passion must expire, Which swept at sunrise like a sudden fire Across the whitened crest of happy waves. Now lonely in a labyrinth of graves, His footsteps foiled, his spirit bound and numb, Grey Love sits dumb. It runs for approximately 12 minutes, and features on the album [CD], "Woefully Arrayed: Sacred and Secular Choral and Polychoral Works of Jonathan David Little", issued on the US Navona label, ca.1st July, 2017.
Little, Jonathan D. (2017) Wasted and Worn, Op.6. [Show/Exhibition] (In Press)