Princeton University Library Catalog

Out of the shadows : rediscovered American art songs.

Format:
Audio
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
  • [Baarn, The Netherlands] : Pentatone Classics, [2016]
  • ℗2016
Description:
1 audio disc (76:07) : digital, CD audio, SACD ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes:
  • Primarily songs for soprano and piano set to texts by various authors ; some include cello. Tracks 18-20 arrangements of folk songs.
  • Title from disc label.
  • Notes and texts in English (40 unnumbered pages, with portraits) bound in container.
Creation/​Production credits:
Judy Kirschner (track 28), Dann Thompson (remainder), recording engineers ; Dann Thompson (track 28), Jean-Marie Geijsen (remainder), balance engineers ; edited by Jean-Marie Geijsen ; Bruce Munson (track 28), Job Maarse (remainder), producers.
Time and place of event:
Recorded 2015 September-October 2016 May Skywalker Sound, San Rafael, CA.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s):
Lisa Delan, soprano ; Kevin Korth, piano ; with Matt Haimovitz, cello.
Language(s):
Sung in English.
Contents:
  • Serenade (text by Kathleen Millay) (1:30) ; Music I heard with you (text by Conrad Aiken) (2:02) ; Elegy (text by Elinor Wylie) (0:44) ; This is the shape of the leaf (text by Conrad Aiken) (3:06) ; Willow river (text by Marjorie Allen Seiffert) (1:58) ; There shall be more joy (text by Ford Madox Ford) (1:51) / Paul Nordoff -- Blue mountain ballads. Heavenly grass (2:03) ; Lonesome man (1:21) ; Cabin (1:29) ; Sugar in the cane (1:19) / Paul Bowles, text by Tennessee Williams -- Songs of love and longing. Endless autumn nights (anonymous) (1:48) ; The one who greets me (text by Otomo no Yakamachi) (1:06) ; Dark seed (text by Sosei) (0:54) ; Echoes (text by Mibu no Tadamine) (1:45) ; Moonless nights (text by Ono no Komachi) (1:09) ; The bashful moon (anonymous) (2:10) ; From this world (anonymous) (1:39) / Stephen Paulus, all poems translated by Sam Hamill --
  • Auld lang syne (text by Robert Burns) / arranged for soprano, cello and piano by David Garner (4:10) -- Shenandoah (traditional) / arranged for soprano, cello and piano by Gordon Getty (3:42) ; Home, sweet home / original melody by Henry Bishop, poem by John Howard Payne, arranged for soprano, cello and piano by Jack Perla (4:14) -- Just-spring (1:53) ; hist...whist (1:05) ; i carry your heart (2:43) ; The mountains are dancing (2:33) / John Duke, text by e.e. cummings -- Three songs of adieu. After love (text by Arthur Symons) (2:02) ; Fade, vision bright (anonymous) (1:32) ; farewell (John Addington Symonds) (2:43) / Norman Dello Joio -- A letter from Sullivan Ballou (based on the letter written by Major Sullivan Ballou on July 14, 1861) / John Kander (7:30) -- My soul doth magnify the lord (Magnificat) (Luke 1:46-55) (5:44) ; Tapestry (text by William Douglas) (3:04) ; Velvet shoes (text by Elinor Wylie) (5:01) / Randall Thompson.
Subject(s):
Form/​Genre:
  • Chamber music.
  • Songs.
  • Folk songs.
  • Sacred music.
Contains:
Other title(s):
  • Rediscovered American art songs
  • Auld lang syne; arranged.
  • Shenandoah (Song); arranged.
Publisher no.:
  • PTC 5186 572
  • 5186 572
OCLC:
959954759
Universal Product Code:
  • 827949057267
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Other views:
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