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Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber - Songs by 20th Century American Composers, Vol. 1 & 2 mp3 download

Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber - Songs by 20th Century American Composers, Vol. 1 & 2 mp3 download

Performer: Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber
Title: Songs by 20th Century American Composers, Vol. 1 & 2
Style: Vocal Music
Duration: 01:43:33
Released: 2011
Size MP3 version: 1938 mb
Size FLAC version: 1288 mb
Size WMA version: 1315 mb
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Genre: Classical

Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber - Songs by 20th Century American Composers, Vol. 1 & 2 mp3 download


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Forty Three American Art Songs exemplify the rich contribution of American composers to the medium. Sung by 4 of America's finest voices: Mildred Miller, Mezzo-Soprano, Donald Gramm, Bass-Baritone, Eleanor Steber, Soprano, and John McCollum, Tenor. Beautifully accompanied by: Edwin Bitcliffe and Richard Cumming. 62% OFF. Best of Chicago Garage Bands - The Quill Records Story (CD).

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Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 David Mourns for Absalom David Diamond Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 3:00
2 Brigid's Song David Diamond Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:09
3 Sonatina to Hans Christian Vincent Persichetti Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:41
4 The Divine Image Otto Luening Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:25
5 Love's Secret Otto Luening Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:42
6 Polaroli Irving Fine Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:47
7 The Frog and the Snake Irving Fine Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:23
8 Valentine to Sherwood Anderson William Flanagan Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:46
9 Send Home My Long Strayed Eyes William Flanagan Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:27
10 Bedlam Ned Rorem Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 3:51
11 General William Booth Enters into Heaven Charles Ives Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 5:03
12 Come Away Death Douglas Moore / Douglas S. Moore Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:38
13 Calvinistic Evensong Jack Beeson Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 3:06
14 Heavenly Grass Paul Bowles Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:21
15 Lonesome Man Paul Bowles Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:20
16 Cabin Paul Bowles Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:40
17 Sugar In The Cane Paul Bowles Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:49
18 The Drummer John Edmunds Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:05
19 The Faucon John Edmunds Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:19
20 Looking Glass River John Alden Carpenter Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:41
21 Jazz-Boys John Alden Carpenter Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:12

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Alleluia Ned Rorem Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:45
2 It's All I Have To Bring Ernst Bacon Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:16
3 So Bashful Ernst Bacon Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:23
4 To Make A Prairie Ernst Bacon Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 0:58
5 And This Of All My Hopes Ernst Bacon / Otto Luening Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:29
6 Nuvoletta Samuel Barber Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 4:38
7 Death Be Not Proud Douglas Moore / Douglas S. Moore Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:35
8 Lullee, Lullay William Bergsma Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:58
9 Waikiki, Op. 9/2 Charles Tomlinson Griffes Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 3:49
10 Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening John La Montaine Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:11
11 The Tiger Virgil Thomson Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:56
12 The Sea, Op. 47/7 Edward MacDowell Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:41
13 The Rose Theodore Chanler Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:58
14 I Rise When You Enter Theodore Chanler Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:42
15 Dirge in Woods Aaron Copland Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 3:09
16 Sorrow Of Mydath Robert Ward Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 4:05
17 Lady will come with me into John Gruen Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 1:15
18 Now (more near ourselves than we) John Gruen Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:12
19 Spring is like a perhaps hand John Gruen Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 0:59
20 Slow, Slow, Fresh Fount Daniel Pinkham Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 2:35
21 Mourn! Mourn! Ben Weber Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 4:22
22 The Donkey Henry Cowell Donald Gramm / John McCollum / Mildred Miller / Eleanor Steber 3:12

Credits

Ernst Bacon - Composer
Samuel Barber - Composer
Jack Beeson - Composer, Liner Notes
William Bergsma - Composer
John Betjeman - Text
Edwin Biltcliffe - Piano
Elizabeth Bishop - Text
William Blake - Text
Paul Bowles - Composer
Rupert Brooke - Text
John Alden Carpenter - Composer
Theodore Chanler - Composer
Gilbert Keith Chesterton - Text
Aaron Copland - Composer
Henry Cowell - Composer
Richard Cumming - Piano
e.e. cummings - Text
David Diamond - Composer
Emily Dickinson - Text
John Donne - Text
John Dowland - Text
John Dunne - Text
John Edmunds - Composer
Leonard Feeney - Text
Irving Fine - Composer
William Flanagan - Composer
Robert Frost - Text
Donald Gramm - Bass Baritone, Primary Artist
Charles Tomlinson Griffes - Composer
John Gruen - Composer
Thomas Hardy - Text
William Dean Howells - Text
Langston Hughes - Text
Charles Ives - Composer
Ben Johnson - Text
James Joyce - Text
Jeffrey Kaufman - Cover Design, Executive Producer
Janet Lewis - Text
Vachel Lindsay - Text
Otto Luening - Composer
Edward MacDowell - Composer
John Masefield - Text
John McCollum - Primary Artist, Tenor (Vocal)
George Meredith - Text
Mildred Miller - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal), Primary Artist
John La Montaine - Composer
Douglas Moore - Composer
Gertrude Norman - Text
Vincent Persichetti - Composer
Daniel Pinkham - Composer
Ned Rorem - Composer
William Shakespeare - Text
Eleanor Steber - Primary Artist, Soprano (Vocal)
Gertrude Stein - Text
Wallace Stevens - Text
Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson - Text
Virgil Thomson - Composer
Robert Ward - Composer
Ben Weber - Composer
Tennessee Williams - Text