Stephen Foster, Charles Tomlinson Griffes and Aaron Copland

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  • Titel: Stephen Foster, Charles Tomlinson Griffes and Aaron Copland / American Classics. Bargeron, Dave, Tuba -- Cooper, George, Dichter/Text -- Copland, Aaron, Komponist -- Dickinson, Emily, Dichter/Text -- Ecklund, Peter, Kornett -- Foster, Stephen C., Komponist -- Glaser, Matt, Violine -- Griffes, Charles Tomlinson, Komponist -- Hampson, Thomas, Bariton -- Hendricks, Barbara, Sopran -- Kinsella, Arnie, Schlagwerk -- Kirk, John, Gesang -- Lanier, Sidney, Dichter/Text -- London Symphony Orchestra, Orchester -- Rust, Mark, Gesang -- Stover, Evan, Violine -- Tabb, John Banister, Dichter/Text -- Teasdale, Sara, Dichter/Text -- Tilson Thomas, Michael, Präpariertes Klavier -- Trischka, Tony, Komponist -- Valentini, Giovanni, Komponist -- Voigt, Deborah, Sopran -- Zeger, Brian, Klavier
  • Person(en): Copland, Aaron [KomponistIn] ; Foster, Stephen C. [KomponistIn] ; Griffes, Charles Tomlinson [KomponistIn] ; Trischka, Tony [KomponistIn] ; Valentini, Giovanni [KomponistIn]
  • Umfang: Online-Ressource
  • Erschienen: Warner Classics - Parlophone, 2012
  • Anmerkungen: Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair (arr. D. Alpher, C. Dragon, M. Mason and J. Ungar): Introduction: Violin solo; Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair 00:04:42 -- Hard times come again no more (arr. D. Alpher, M. Mason and J. Ungar) 00:05:13 -- The Voice of By Gone Days 00:03:56 -- Ring, ring de banjo! - Susanna - Camptown Races 00:03:50 -- Beautiful Dreamer (arr. D. Alpher, J. Halloran, M. Mason and J. Ungar) 00:03:53 -- That's what's the matter (arr. D. Alpher, M. Mason and J. Ungar) 00:03:18 -- Old Folks at Home - My old Kentucky home, good-night! 00:04:56 -- Sweetly she sleeps, my Alice fair 00:03:27 -- My wife is a most knowing woman 00:03:47 -- Linger in blissful repose 00:03:07 -- Ah! May the red rose live alway! (arr. D. Alpher, M. Mason and J. Ungar) 00:05:21 -- The Half-Ring Moon 00:01:20 -- Pierrot 00:01:08 -- Cleopatra to the Asp 00:02:18 -- Evening Song 00:02:53 -- 8 Poems of Emily Dickinson: No. 1. Nature, the gentlest mother; No. 2. There came a wind like a bugle; No. 3. The world feels dusty; No. 4. Heart, we will forget him; No. 5. Dear March, come in!; ... 00:21:21 --