Stephen Collins Foster: Songs

Songs
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  • Jeanie with the light brown hair; Hard times come again no more; The voice of bygone days; Foster favourite medley; Old home medley; Beautiful dreamer; That's what's the matter; Sweetly she sleeps; My wife is a most knowing woman; Linger in blissful repose; May the red rose live away
    +Instrumentalstücke von Unger & Mason
  • Künstler: Thomas Hampson, Jay Ungar, Molly Mason, David Alpher
  • Label: EMI, DDD, 1991
  • Bestellnummer: 2523303
  • Erscheinungstermin: 5.2.2007
  • Tracklisting
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Jeanie with the light brown Hair (Auszug)
  1. 1 Violin solo
  1. 2 Jeanie with the light brown Hair
  2. 3 Hard times come again no more
  3. 4 The voice of bygone days
  4. 5 Ring, ring the banjo - Oh! Susanna - Camptown races
  5. 6 Beautiful dreamer
  6. 7 That's what's the matter
  7. 8 Old folks at home - My old Kentucky home, good night
  8. 9 Sweetly she sleeps, my Alice fair
  9. 10 My wife is a most knowing woman
  10. 11 Linger in blissful repose
  11. 12 Ah! May the red rose live always
The Rose of the Night
  1. 13 Nr. 1: The half-ring moon
  2. 14 Nr. 2: Pierrot
  3. 15 Nr. 3: Cleopatra to the Asp
  4. 16 Nr. 4: Evening song
Poems Nr. 1-12 nach Emily Dickinson (Auszug)
  1. 17 Nature, the gentlest mother (To David Diamond)
  2. 18 There came a wind like a bugle (To Elliott Carter)
  3. 19 The world feels dusty (To Alexei Haieff)
  4. 20 Heart, we will forget gim (To Marcelle de Manziarly)
  5. 21 Dear march, com in! (To Juan Orrego Salas)
  6. 22 Sleep is supposed to be (To irving Fine)
  7. 23 Going to Heaven! (To Lukas Foss)
  8. 24 The Chariot (To Arthur Berger)