I Hear America Singing
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Label: Orfeo - Orfeo d'Or
Cat No: C707062
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 2nd October 2006
EARLY VOICES OF AMERICA:
Edward MacDowell O lovely Rose,The Sea;
Charles Martin Loeffler To Helen;
Charles Thomlinson Griffes Evening Song;
Frédéric Louis Ritter Dirge for Two Veterans;
WALT WHITMAN RECOGNISED FROM AFAR:
Frank Bridge The Last Invocation;
Ralph Vaughan Williams A Clear Midnight, Joy, Shipmate, Joy!
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco Louisiana;
Paul Hindemith Sing on there in the swamp;
Sir Charles Villiers Stanford To the Soul;
AMERICAN POETS HEARD IN AMERICA:
Ernest Gold Parting;
Sergius Kagen Drum;
Hugo David Weisgall Shiloh;
Paul Bowles Blue Mountain Ballads;
WALT WHITMAN AT HOME:
Ned Rorem As Adam Early in the Morning;
Harry Thacker Burleigh Ethiopia Saluting the Colors;
Charles Naginski Look Down Fair Moon;
Ernst Bacon One Thought Ever at the Fore;
Leonard Bernstein To What You Said
Hindemith Drei Hymnnen Op. 14;
Bacon The Banks of the Yellow Sea, Wild Nights, Let down the Bars, The Postponeless Creature;
Jean Berger Heart, Lonely People;
Hermann Reutter Trommel, Lied für ein dunkles Mädchen;
Kurt Pahlen Erlebnis, Auch ich bin Amerika;
Richard Hageman The Rich Man;
Naginski Richard Cory;
Rorem Look Down, Fair Moon, Gods
BONUS: Korngold Glückwunsch Op. 38 No. 1, Der Kranke Op. 38 No. 2 [22 August 2005]
America's leading baritone, Thomas Hampson has been recognised for his versatility and breadth of achievement in opera, song, recording, research and pedagogy. He studied with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Martial Singher and Horst Günther, enjoys an international career that has taken him to all the world's most prestigious stages and is one of today's most respected, innovative and sought-after soloists.
The 'Hampson Project' at Salzburg's 2001 Festival marked the launch of a 4-concert exploration of American song. Disc one features the concert programme from 12th August, whilst disc two features highlights from the other three concerts and bonus tracks from 2005's 'Forbidden & Banished' project, featuring persecuted composers.Thomas Hampson's spoken introductions illuminate and enhance the entire proceedings.
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