The Weekend Australian - Review - - Music Reviews - Iain Shed­den

Cana­dian-Amer­i­can song­writer Ru­fus Wain­wright has turned his hand to all man­ner of mu­si­cal and the­atri­cal projects, in­clud­ing putting his in­ter­pre­ta­tion on the work of Wil­liam Shake­speare, but now he’s gone the full monty in that di­rec­tion by record­ing nine of Shake­speare’s son­nets. The al­bum Take All My Loves, to be re­leased on April 22, com­mem­o­rates the 400th an­niver­sary of the Bard’s death and fea­tures the BBC Sym­phony Or­ches­tra as well as an im­pres­sive and wildly dis­parate ros­ter of col­lab­o­ra­tors that in­cludes Wain­wright’s sis­ter Martha, Florence + the Ma­chine’s Florence

Shake­speare’s Son­nets

Songs for Lulu.

Ru­fus Wain­wright’s in a Bard mood

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