The Lost Birds - Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith

The Lost Birds

Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2022-09-30
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12
  • A Decca Classics release; ℗ 2022 Tin Works Publishing, LLC, under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc.

The Lost Birds ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
Flocks a Mile Wide Christopher Tin & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 5:16 USD 1.29
2
The Saddest Noise Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 4:31 USD 1.29
3
Bird Raptures Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 4:46 USD 1.29
4
A Hundred Thousand Birds Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 2:48 USD 1.29
5
Wild Swans Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 4:10 USD 1.29
6
Intermezzo Christopher Tin & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 1:58 USD 1.29
7
Thus in the Winter Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 3:56 USD 1.29
8
There Will Come Soft Rains Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 5:25 USD 1.29
9
All That Could Never Be Said Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 2:22 USD 1.29
10
I Shall Not See the Shadows Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 4:07 USD 1.29
11
In the End Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 1:35 USD 1.29
12
Hope Is the Thing with Feather Christopher Tin, VOCES8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith 4:46 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Simply Beautiful

    5
    By Darkspiritsonite
    Flocks a Mile Wide and There Will Come Soft Rains have gotten many replays since release. They just hit this emotional tone that resonates with me.
  • Love it!

    5
    By Sauvignon Blanc
    The music and the voices are great. I can make out enough of the lyrics to be moved by them as well. It would be nice to have the words; are they available? It is also interesting: that there’s a tie-in to an earlier documentary about extinct birds (on any streaming services?) and that Mr. Tin helped finance this through crowd funding. I’m glad for all of us that he’s moving beyond video game soundtracks. His art deserves a wider audience.