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Song of America music from the Library of Congress.

by Hampson, Thomas,

Format: Music CD 2005
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio--Music CD COMPACT DISC Vo Ham 39950
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio--Music CD
 
Call Number  COMPACT DISC Vo Ham 39950
 
 
Contents
As Adam early in the morning / Ned Rorem ; [words by] Walt Whitman (1:40)
Ah! may the red rose live alway / Stephen Foster (5:19)
Shenandoah / traditional ; arr. Roger Ames (2:46)
Beautiful dreamer / Stephen Foster (3:53)
Danny Deever / Walter Damrosch ; Rudyard Kipling (3:45)
Roses of Picardy / Haydn Wood ; Frederick E. Weatherley (4:20)
Jeanie with the light brown hair (4:17) ; Hard times come again no more (5:14) ; Molly, do you love me? (3:23) / Stephen Foster
An old song resung / Charles T. Griffes ; John Mansfield (2:01)
Tomorrow (when you are gone) / Erich Wolfgang Korngold ; Margaret Kennedy (3:40)
The Erie Canal / arr. Roger Ames (1:48)
We two / Elinor Remick Warren ; Walt Whitman (2:40)
The nightingale / traditional ; adapted and arranged, Clifford Shaw (3:39)
Comrades, fill no glass for me / Stephen Foster (4:08)
Luke Havergal / John Duke ; E.A. Robinson (4:28)
To what you said / Leonard Bernstein ; Walt Whitman (5:35)
Look down fair moon / Charles Naginski ; Walt Whitman (2:47)
Dirge for two veterans / Kurt Weill ; Walt Whitman (4:53)
Ethiopia saluting the colors / Henry Thacker Burleigh ; Walt Whitman (6:32).

Additional Information
Subjects Whitman, Walt, -- 1819-1892 -- Musical settings.
Songs, English -- United States.
Songs (Medium voice) with piano.
Songs (Medium voice) with instrumental ensemble.
Popular music -- United States.
Publisher New York, NY :Angel :2005
EMI Classics,
Other Titles Shenandoah (Song)
E-ri-e.
Nightingale (Folk song)
As Adam early in the morning.
Songs.
Danny Deever.
Roses of Picardy.
Poems by John Masefield.
Tomorrow;
We two.
Poems by Edward Arlington Robinson.
Songfest.
Look down, fair moon.
Walt Whitman songs.
Ethiopia saluting the colors.
Contributors Whitman, Walt, 1819-1892, lyricist.
Rutenberg, Craig, performer.
Guzelimian, Armen, performer.
Ungar, Jay, performer.
Mason, Molly, performer.
Alpher, David, performer.
Parloff, Michael, performer.
Rust, Mark, performer.
Keillor, Garrison, performer.
Trischka, Tony, 1949- performer.
Stover, Evan, performer.
Rorem, Ned, 1923- As Adam early in the morning.
Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864. Songs.
Damrosch, Walter, 1862-1950. Danny Deever.
Wood, Haydn, 1882-1959. Roses of Picardy.
Griffes, Charles Tomlinson, 1884-1920. Poems by John Masefield.
Korngold, Erich Wolfgang, 1897-1957. Tomorrow;
Warren, Elinor Remick, 1900-1991. We two.
Duke, John, 1899-1984. Poems by Edward Arlington Robinson.
Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990. Songfest.
Naginski, Charles, 1909-1940. Look down, fair moon.
Weill, Kurt, 1900-1950. Walt Whitman songs.
Burleigh, H. T. (Harry Thacker), 1866-1949. Ethiopia saluting the colors.
Library of Congress.
Participants/Performers Thomas Hampson, baritone; principally with Craig Rutenberg or Armen Guzelimian, piano; in the Foster songs, variously: Jay Ungar, violin, mandolin; Molly Mason, guitar, bass, vocals; David Alpher, piano; Michael Parloff, flute; Mark Rust, Garrison Keillor, vocals; Tony Trischka, banjo; Evan Stover, violin.
Language English
Notes All works previously released 1990-1997.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Thomas Hampson and texts ([20] p.) inserted in container.
Description 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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