Jacqueline Schwab - Mark Twain's America: A Portrait in Music mp3 downloadPerformer: Jacqueline Schwab
Title: Mark Twain's America: A Portrait in Music
Location: Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy, NY
Released: October 2, 2001
Date of recording: January, 2001
Size MP3 version: 1541 mb
Size FLAC version: 1973 mb
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Jacqueline Schwab - Mark Twain's America: A Portrait in Music mp3 download
Mark Twain's America interweaves the life and times of Mark Twain For educational purposes only. Mark Twain's America (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). CD Baby; BMI - Broadcast Music In. CD Baby Sync Publishing.
Mark Twain's America: A Portrait in Music. Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy, NY. Label. 3. The Last Rose of Summer, song.
The score to Ken Burns's Mark Twain will feel instantly familiar to fans of the popular documentary filmmaker's earlier work. As with Burns's The Civil War and Baseball, pianist Jacqueline Schwab and t Bobby Horton have been enlisted to tailor tunes to suit Burns's needs. Schwab provides gracious takes on traditional songs such as "Wagoner's Lad" and "Sweet Betsy from Page," contributing to the drawing-room ambiance of the score.
Twain’s explicit sense of place is articulated in the rugged aesthetic of the American Midwest. The untouched labyrinth of underground caves, the secrets hidden in the planks of abandoned houses, and the natural landscape of the American Midwest in the aftermath of a bloody Civil War, explicitly defines Twain’s work as stories of place. His texts also have an undeniable sense of place rooted in the speech of his characters. Twain’s works aren’t just written texts, but tangible artifacts of both American literary and cultural history. Twain’s critical eye, and ear, of social observation and political injustices of an often bigoted America, along with a clever tongue, much like that of his young heroes, has solidified his role as what no less a luminary than William Faulkner called ‘the father of American literature’.
MARK TWAIN'S AMERICA fe Mark Twain is an American icon. We now know him as the author of classics, but in his day he was a controversial satirist and public figure who traveled the world and healed post-Civil War America with his tall tales, witty anecdotes, and humorous but insightful novels and stories. Twain's legacy continues to flourish over 100 years after his death
July 30, 2010 History. Bernard Augustine De Voto. Mark Twain's America Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Mark Twain's America from your list? Mark Twain's America. by Bernard Augustine De Voto. Published 1997 by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln.
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Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), well known by his pen name Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist. Twain is noted for his novels Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884), which has been called "the Great American Novel," and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876). He also wrote poetry, short stories, essays, and non-fiction. The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today (1873). The Prince and the Pauper (1881). A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1889).
Mark Twain is very realistic in using the words that have a direct relation to human life. The way in which the writer reveals his humor is the technique of using the cross-eyed patterns of concepts. To some extend the use of the concepts reveal Mark Twain’s personal disappointment with the system. However, the main achievement of Mark Twain’s style is its capacity to convey the objective reality. The objective reality that is so skillfully used in all works of Mark Twain often brings the reader face-to-face with objective reality. Jeffrey Duncan, the author of the article The empirical and the ideal in Mark Twain presents the famous writer as a kind of impressionist. Instead of conveying an original experience, Mark Twain decides to connect his original experience with his humor (Duncan 207).
Fresh and funny today as he was more than a century ago, Mark Twain wittily distrusted everything bogus, inflated, predictable or empty.
|1||Medley: Love's Old Sweet song/ Sweet Genevieve, for piano George Cooper / Henry Tucker||Jacqueline Schwab||3:46|
|2||Medley of Traditional Hornpipes: Fisher's Hornpipe, Saratoga Hornpipe, Good for the Tongue, Cincinnati Hornpipe, for piano Traditional||Jacqueline Schwab||2:48|
|3||The Last Rose of Summer, song Traditional||Jacqueline Schwab||3:21|
|4||The Good Old Way (As I went down to the valley to pray), spiritual Traditional||Jacqueline Schwab||3:07|
|5||Beautiful Dreamer, for voice & piano Stephen Foster||Jacqueline Schwab||4:11|
|6||Tenting On the Old Campground Walter Kittredge||Jacqueline Schwab||4:23|
|7||Little Carrie's Favorite Gallop||Jacqueline Schwab||1:27|
|8||Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child Traditional||Jacqueline Schwab||3:34|
|9||Gentle Annie, song for voice & piano or guitar Stephen Foster||Jacqueline Schwab||2:54|
|10||La Gitana||Jacqueline Schwab||2:13|
|11||John Anderson, My Jo Robert Burns||Jacqueline Schwab||1:51|
|12||The Schottische, song (from "The Ameer") Victor Herbert||Jacqueline Schwab||2:29|
|13||Medley: Oft in the Stilly Night/ Flow Gently, Sweet Afton, for piano Robert Burns / Traditional||Jacqueline Schwab||5:18|
|14||The Fascinator, rag for piano||Jacqueline Schwab||3:48|
|15||A Psalm of Life Lotus Dickey / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow||Jacqueline Schwab||3:40|
|16||Our Meeting is Over, revival song Traditional||Jacqueline Schwab||3:37|
|17||Medley: Beautiful River/ Battle Hymn of the Republic, for piano Julia Ward Howe / Robert Lowry||Jacqueline Schwab||5:15|
|18||Waltz Medley: The Flying Trapeze/ A Bicycle Built for Two/ After the Ball, for piano Harry Dacre / Charles K. Harris / George Leybourne||Jacqueline Schwab||3:47|
CreditsRobert Burns - Composer, Text
George Cooper - Composer, Text
Harry Dacre - Composer
Lotus Dickey - Composer
Craig D. Dory - Engineer
Katherine A. Dory - Booklet Editor, Booklet Preparation
Stephen Foster - Composer
Charles K. Harris - Composer
Victor Herbert - Composer
Julia Ward Howe - Composer, Text
Walter Kittredge - Composer
Joseph F. Korgie - Engineer
Bob Lee - Technician
Bob Lee - Piano Technician
Brian M. Levine - Executive Producer
George Leybourne - Composer
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Composer, Text
Robert Lowry - Composer
Bradley Michel - Editing, Post Session Producer
Thomas Moore - Text
Jacqueline Schwab - Arranger, Liner Notes, Piano, Post Session Producer, Primary Artist
Pete Sutherland - Producer
Traditional - Composer
Henry Tucker - Composer