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Jerome Moross - Frankie and Johnny / Those Everlasting Blues / Willie The Weeper Mp3


Performer: Jerome Moross
Genre: Classical
Title: Frankie and Johnny / Those Everlasting Blues / Willie The Weeper
Country: Europe
Released: 2002
Style: Contemporary
Label: Naxos
Catalog Number: 8.559086
FLAC version ZIP size: 1347 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2856 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1877 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 105

Tracklist

1Frankie Tune2:29
2Fox - Trot Murder2:13
3Big Willie6:28
4Beer Parlour Rag3:57
5Introduction1:11
6Contented Willie2:41
7Frankie And Johnny Blues2:50
8Sexy Willie7:57
9Willie The Weeper(34:28)
10Funeral Party One - Step4:10
11Bartender's Rag3:30
12Lonely Wille3:28
13Introduction5:40
14Those Everlasting Blues6:12
15Frankie And Johnny(22:48)
16Famous Willie2:31
17Bawdy House Stomp2:22
18Rich Willie3:22
19Baffled Willie2:14

Credits

  • ChorusHot Springs Festival Chamber Chorus (tracks: 10 to 17)
  • Composed ByJerome Moross
  • ConductorRichard Rosenberg
  • CoverRichard Stephens
  • EngineerPaul Griffith
  • Liner NotesLaura Rosenberg , Richard Rosenberg
  • Mezzo-soprano VocalsDiane Kesling (tracks: 1 to 9)
  • OrchestraHot Springs Music Festival Symphony Orchestra
  • ProducerWilliam Fulton
  • Soprano VocalsDenise Edds (tracks: 1 to 8), Melisa Barrick (tracks: 1 to 8)
  • Tenor VocalsJohn DeHaan

Notes

Recorded June 7-12, 2000.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 636943908624
  • Label Code: LC 05537
  • SPARS Code: DDD

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – HNH International Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – HNH International Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Horner Hall, Hot Springs National Park

Album

Frankie and Johnny, ballet. Jerome Moross. Hot Springs Music Festival, Richard Rosenberg. Bawdy House Stomp. Listen free to Jerome Moross MOROSS: Frankie and Johnny, Those Everlasting Blues Frankie And Johnny: Introduction, Frankie And Johnny: Bawdy House Stomp and more. 17 tracks 63:27. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. Moross was awarded Guggenheim Fellowships in 1947 and 1948. Paeans, the first of his concert pieces to be performed when Moross was seventeen, was conducted by Bernard Herrmann and soon after published by Henry Cowell. P read more. Jerome Moross was born in New York on August 1, 1913. Denise Edds - Frankie and Johnny, balletFrankie and Johnny Blues 2:50. Artist : Richard Rosenberg. Denise Edds - Frankie and Johnny, balletFrankie Tune 2:28. Denise Edds - Frankie and Johnny, balletIntroduction 1:10. Read full description. See details and exclusions - Richard Rosenberg - Jerome Moross: Frankie and Johnny Those Everlasting Blue. Qty . Album Summary. Moross, Jerome : Frankie and Johnny, ballet. Moross, Jerome : Those Everlasting Blues, cantata for contralto or baritone, winds, piano, strings & percussion. Moross, Jerome : Willie the Weeper, one-act dance cantata. Rosenberg, Richard. Jerome Moross 1913 - 1983. Those Everlasting Blues on words by Alfred Kreymborg was completed in 1932 the composer was nineteen years old and first performed in a concert conducted by Henry Cowell. As may be expected, the music is clearly attempting at reproducing some traditional Negro Popular Song. The range of the vocal part is deliberately limited and calls for some guttural vibrato redolent of Gospel singing. Frankie and Johnny or The Ballad of the Scandalous Life of Frankie and Johnny, to give it its full title is a ballet score on a libretto by Michael Blankford and the composer based on an actual event that occurred in St Louis in 1899. Those Everlasting Blues, cantata for contralto or baritone, winds, piano, strings & percussion. Jerome Moross Composer. Willie the Weeper, one-act dance cantata Work. John David DeHaan Tenor, Hot Springs Music Festival Chamber Chorus Orchestra, Richard Rosenberg Conductor. Willie the Weeper, one-act dance cantata: Introduction. Willie the Weeper, one-act dance cantata: Rich Willie. Willie the Weeper, one-act dance cantata: Lonely Willie. Willie the Weeper, one-act dance cantata: Famous Willie. See details - Jerome Moross: Frankie and Johnny Those Everlasting Blues Willie the Weeper. 100 Hits: The Best Seventies Album by Various Artists CD, Nov-2017, 5 Discs, 100 Hits. American composer for the stage, and a composer, conductor and orchestrator for motion pictures, born August 1, 1913 in New York City, New York, USA, died July 27, 1983 in Miami, Florida, USA. Willie the Weeper is a song about drug addiction. It is based on a standard vaudeville song, likely written in 1904. The first recording was likely by Freddie Keppard between 1923 and 1926. Many artists recorded it in 1927, including Frankie Half-Pint Jaxon, Louis Armstrong and His Hot Seven, and King Oliver. Текст песни: Frankie and Johnny were lovers Oh Lordy, how they made love. Swore to be true to each other, True as the stars above