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John McCormack - John McCormack in American Song mp3 download

Performer: John McCormack
Title: John McCormack in American Song
Style: Celtic
Duration: 01:05:44
Released: 1992
Date of recording: April 5, 1912 - July 6, 1931
Size MP3 version: 1183 mb
Size FLAC version: 1693 mb
Size WMA version: 1149 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 940
Format: AU VQF TTA ASF MOD MP2
Genre: International

John McCormack - John McCormack in American Song mp3 download


McCormack was noted for his Irish songs and the lyrics of this song contains many Irish terms and phrases. She was a colorful, tempestuous figure, one of the biggest names in vaudeville and one of the first women to become a star on the American popular stage.

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John Francis McCormack, KSG, KSS, KHS (14 June 1884 – 16 September 1945) was an Irish tenor, celebrated for his performances of the operatic and popular song repertoires, and renowned for his diction and breath control. He was also a Papal Count. He became a naturalised American citizen before returning to live in Ireland

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John McCormack – Recordings: 1911-1940. John McCormack (1884–1945) was an Irish tenor renowned for lending his superior diction and breath control to a whole range of operatic and popular song repertoires, including a number of traditional ballads from Ireland. Born in Athlone, County Westmeath, in 1884, McCormack’s early musical studies came through his membership of Dublin’s Pro-Cathedral Palestrina Choir, and in 1903 he won the prestigious Tenor Award at the annual festival Feis Ceoil

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sonny Boy Lew Brown / Buddy DeSylva / Ray Henderson / Al Jolson John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 3:14
2 Little Pal Lew Brown / Buddy DeSylva / Ray Henderson / Al Jolson John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 3:24
3 Fallen Leaf (A Red Indian Love Song) John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:56
4 Send Me Away With a Smile Al Piantadosi John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:44
5 When You Come Back George M. Cohan John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 3:17
6 Little Boy Blue Eugene Field / Ethelbert Nevin John McCormack feat: Emil Keneke / Victor Orchestra 2:52
7 The Rosary Ethelbert Nevin / Richard Rodgers John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:11
8 Beautiful Isle of Somewhere John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:19
9 The Vacant Chair George F. Root John McCormack feat: William Hooley / Harry Macdonough / Victor Orchestra / Reinald Werrenrath 3:05
10 Learn to Smile Otto Harbach John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 3:14
11 Three O'Clock in the Morning Julián Robledo / Dorothy Terriss John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:51
12 Remember the Rose John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:54
13 The Kingdom Within Your Eyes Horatio Nicholls John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:39
14 All Alone Irving Berlin John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:53
15 Silver Threads Among the Gold Hart P. Danks John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:55
16 A Rose for Every Heart Charles Wakefield Cadman John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 3:20
17 The Far Away Bells John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:47
18 When Twilight Comes, I'm Thinking of You John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 3:26
19 Just a Corner of Heaven to Me James F. Hanley / Ballard MacDonald John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 3:05
20 Swans, Op. 44, No. 4 Kramer / Sara Teasdale John McCormack feat: Edwin Schneider 2:23
21 God Gave Me Flowers John McCormack feat: Edwin Schneider 2:18
22 Your Eyes Edwin Schneider John McCormack feat: Victor Orchestra 2:01
23 The Star Spangled Banner Francis Scott Key / John Stafford Smith John McCormack feat: William Hooley / Harry Macdonough / Lambert Murphy / Victor Orchestra / Reinald Werrenrath 2:56

Credits

Attwell - Producer
Colin Attwell - Remastering
Irving Berlin - Composer
Rosario Bourdon - Conductor
Lew Brown - Composer
Charles Wakefield Cadman - Composer
George M. Cohan - Composer
Hart P. Danks - Composer
Buddy DeSylva - Composer
Brian Fawcett-Johnston - Art Supervisor, Liner Notes, Producer
Eugene Field - Composer
James F. Hanley - Composer
Otto Harbach - Composer
Charles Haynes - Production Coordination
Ray Henderson - Composer
William Hooley - Bass (Vocal), Primary Artist
Al Jolson - Composer
Emil Keneke - Primary Artist, Trumpet
Francis Scott Key - Composer
Edward King - Conductor
Kramer - Composer
Ballard MacDonald - Composer
Harry Macdonough - Primary Artist, Tenor (Vocal)
John McCormack - Primary Artist, Vocals
Lambert Murphy - Primary Artist, Tenor (Vocal)
Ethelbert Nevin - Composer
Horatio Nicholls - Composer
Josef A. Pasternack - Conductor
Al Piantadosi - Composer
Julián Robledo - Composer
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Walter B. Rogers - Conductor
George F. Root - Composer
Edwin Schneider - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist
Nat Shilkret - Conductor
John Stafford Smith - Composer
Sara Teasdale - Composer
Dorothy Terriss - Composer
Victor Orchestra - Primary Artist
Reinald Werrenrath - Baritone (Vocal), Primary Artist