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Songs [electronic resource] /

Foster, Griffes, Copland.

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Main Author: Foster, Stephen Collins
Other Names: Hampson, Thomas. | Hendricks, Barbara. | Tilson Thomas, Michael, | Voigt, Deborah. | Zeger, Brian.
Published: [Hayes, Middlesex] : EMI Classics, p2008.
Series: American classics (EMI (Firm))
Topics: Song cycles. | Songs (High voice) with orchestra. | Songs (High voice) with piano. | Songs (Medium voice) with instrumental ensemble. | Songs, English - United States. | Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 - Musical settings.
Genres: Sound recordings.
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Violin solo (lead-in to 'Jeanie with the light brown hair') (Jay Ungar, violin) (0:26) ; Jeanie with the light brown hair (4:17) ; Hard times come again no more (5:13) ; The voice of bygone days (3:56) ; Foster favourite medley: Ring ring the banjo ; Oh! Susanna ; Camptown races (3:51) ; Beautiful dreamer (3:53) ; That's what's the matter (3:18) ; Old home medley: Old folks at home ; My old Kentucky home, good night (4:56) ; Sweetly she sleeps, my Alice fair (3:27) ; My wife is a most knowing woman (3:47) ; Linger in blissful repose (3:07) ; Ah! may the red rose live always (5:19) / Foster -- The rose of the night. The half-ring moon (1:19) ; Pierrot (1:08) ; Cleopatra to the asp (2:17) ; Evening song (2:52) / Griffes -- Eight poems of Emily Dickinson. Nature, the gentlest mother (4:19) ; There came a wind like a bugle (1:35) ; The world feels dusty (1:56) ; Heart, we will forget him (2:23) ; Dear March, come in! (2:15) ; Sleep is supposed to be (2:53) ; Going to Heaven! (2:51) ; The chariot (3:10) / Copland.

Table of Contents for: Songs