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Knoxville: Summer of 1915. One of the best extended song works in American vocal literature is Samuel Barber 's Knoxville: Summer of 1915, a setting of a prose poem by James Agee from A Death in the Family. This romantic vocal work of 1947 (revised 1950) for a long time was closely associated with Leontyne Price 's rich voice, but Dawn Upshaw equals Price's classic performance in her quite different soprano sound in a performance of more nostalgia, if less overt drama. Comparison of the two fine sopranos' ways with this masterpiece is fascinating. The other major work is John Harbison's Mirabai. Overview (current section). Nonesuch/WBR, Классическая, 2005. Dawn Upshaw - What A Curse For A Woman Is A Timid Man. 4:19. 3. Dawn Upshaw - Mirabai Songs: I. It's True, I Went to the Market. 4. Dawn Upshaw - Mirabai Songs: II. All I Was Doing Was Breathe. 5. Dawn Upshaw - Mirabai Songs: III. Why Mira Can't Go Back to Her Old House. 6. Dawn Upshaw - Mirabai Songs: IV. Where Did You Go? 0:02.
biz d dawn upshaw lyrics dawn upshaw - knoxville: summer of 1915 lyrics. dawn upshaw – knoxville: summer of 1915 lyrics. good to me. one is my father who is good to me. by some chance, here they are, all on this earth; and who shall ever tell the sorrow of being on this earth, lying, on quilts, on the gr-ss, in a summer evening, among the sounds of the night. may god bless my people, my uncle, my aunt, my mother, my. good father, oh, remember them kindly in their time of trouble; and in the hour of their taking away.
|1||Knoxville: Summer of 1915, for high voice & orchestra (rev. for voice & chamber orchestra), Op. 24 Samuel Barber||Dawn Upshaw||15:11|
|The Old Maid and the Thief, opera|
|2||Act 1, Scene 6: What a Curse for a Woman is a Timid Man Gian Carlo Menotti||Dawn Upshaw||4:18|
|Mirabai Songs, for soprano & chamber ensemble (or piano)|
|3||No 1, It's true, I went to the market||Dawn Upshaw||2:46|
|4||No 2, I was doing was breathing||Dawn Upshaw||2:49|
|5||No 3, Why Mira can't go back to her old house||Dawn Upshaw||2:05|
|6||No 4, Where die you go?||Dawn Upshaw||2:00|
|7||No 5, the Clouds||Dawn Upshaw||2:54|
|8||No 6, Don't go, don't go||Dawn Upshaw||3:41|
|The Rake's Progress, opera in 3 acts|
|9||Act I, Scene 3: No Word from Tom Igor Stravinsky||Dawn Upshaw||7:21|
Performer: Dawn Upshaw
Title: Knoxville: Summer of 1915
Style: Vocal Music,Cast Recordings,Show Tunes
Size MP3: 1926 mb
Size FLAC: 1756 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
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