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Virgil Thomson, Gertrude Stein - Orchestra Of Our Time, Joel Thome - Four Saints In Three Acts album mp3

Virgil Thomson, Gertrude Stein - Orchestra Of Our Time, Joel Thome - Four Saints In Three Acts album mp3

  • Performer: Virgil Thomson
  • Genre: Classical
  • Title: Four Saints In Three Acts
  • Style: Modern, Opera
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1376 mb
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Four Saints in Three Acts (Orchestra of Our Time feat. conductor: Joel Thome) - Студийный альбом от Virgil Thomson.

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Album · 1991 · 19 Songs. Act IV: The sisters and saints reassembled and reenacting why they went away to stay.

Orchestra – Orchestra Of Our Time. Other – Frank Dickinson. Painting – Florine Stettheimer. Four Saints in Three Acts" is an opera with words by Gertrude Stein and music by Virgil Thomson.

Для этого видео установлено ограничение по возрасту. Orchestra Of Our Time, Joel Thorne, Conductor. Virgil Thomson/Gertrude Stein: Four Saints In Three Acts. WMG (от лица компании "Nonesuch").

Orchestra of Our Time. Collections: 1. Orchestra of Our Time: Best songs. St. Ignatius, kneeling, plays guitar. Virgil Thomson/Gertrude Stein: Four Saints In Three Acts, 1992 02:41.

Virgil Thomson (5). Lyrics. Gertrude Stein (6). Book. 1. Prologue: A narrative of prepare for saints Orchestra Of Our Time, Joel Thorne, Conductor 10:42 2. Act I: Avila. Theresa half indoors and half out of doors. Tableau I: A garden at Avila in early spring.

Virgil Thomson: Four Saints in Three Acts". Notes, second series, 6, no. 2 (March): pp. 328–30.

The Art of Four Saints in Three Acts Thursday, August 18, 6:30 . Contemporary Jewish Museum Free with museum admission. In March 2011, Chessa’s Orchestra of Futurist Noise Intoners was presented in a sold-out concert by Berliner k Festival; other European appearances of the orchestra have been scheduled.

Joel Thome/Orchestra Of Our Time - Virgil Thomson/Gertrude Stein: Four Saints In Three Acts, 1992. Ignatius predicts the Last Judgement 02:08. Storm in miniature, without rain 01:12. Ignatius and one of two literally.

Orchestra of Our Time, Joel Thome. Virgil Thomson: Four Saints in Three Acts. Four Saints in Three Acts, opera (full and abridged versions). Composed By. Virgil Thomson.

Tracklist

Prologue
1-1 A Narrative Of Prepare For Saints. 10:42
Act I
1-2 Avila. St. Teresa Half Indoors And Half Out Of Doors. / Tableau I: A Garden At Avila In Early Spring. St. Teresa Is Seated Under The Tree Painting Flowers On Very Large Eggs. 5:46
1-3 Tableau II: St. Teresa II With Dove, Being Photographed By St. Settlement. 1:56
1-4 Tableau III: St. Teresa II Seated. St. Ignatius, Kneeling, Plays Guitar. 2:41
1-5 Tableau IV: St. Ignatius Presents Flowers To St. Teresa II. 3:26
1-6 Tableau V: St. Ignatius Showing To St. Teresa II The Model Of A Heavenly Mansion. 3:25
1-7 Tableau VI: St. Teresa II In Ecstasy, Seated, With Angel Hovering. 3:01
1-8 Tableau VII: St. Teresa II, With Halo, Pretending To Hold A Baby In Her Arms. 4:21
Act II
2-1 Might It Be Mountains If It Were Not Barcelona 4:55
2-2 Dance Of The Angels 4:26
2-3 Love Scene 11:14
Act III
2-4 Barcelona. St. Ignatius And One Of Two Literally. 4:01
2-5 Vision Of Holy Ghost 12:21
2-6 Storm In Miniature, Without Rain 1:12
2-7 St. Ignatius Predicts The Last Judgement 2:09
2-8 Saint's Procession 6:56
Intermezzo
2-9 Intermezzo 1:35
Prologue To Act IV
2-10 Prologue To Act IV 1:53
Act IV
2-11 The Sisters And Saints Reassembled And Reenacting Why They Went Away To Stay. 3:47

Credits

  • Accordion – Guy Klucevsek
  • Bass – Lewis J. Paer
  • Bassoon – Ralph Schwartz
  • Cello – Gary Fitzgerald, Loretta O'Sullivan
  • Chorus [Alto] – Cheryl Kirk, Deborah Young, Gloria Turner, Linda Childs, Lisa Polite, Patricia McDermott
  • Chorus [Baritone & Bass] – Clifford Townsend, Earl Grandison, Kevin Elliot , Lloyd Thompkins, Theodore Hodges, William Penn
  • Chorus [Soprano] – Denise Lock, Diane Wilson, Ella Eure-Eaton, Iris Harris, Judith Otten, Maeretha Stewart, Marilyn Andry
  • Chorus [Tenor] – Clifford Terry, Harold Beasley, Joseph de Vaughn, Leon Wheeler, Louis Tucker, Richard Jasper
  • Clarinet – William Blount
  • Composed By – Virgil Thomson
  • Conductor – Joel Thome
  • Conductor [Chorus Master] – Lawrence Weller
  • Coordinator [Production] – Elise Keen
  • Creative Director – Keith Holzman
  • Design – Denise Minobe
  • Flute – Susan Palma
  • Harmonium – Romulus Franceschini
  • Liner Notes – Maurice Grosser
  • Lyrics By [Libretto] – Gertrude Stein
  • Mastered By – Michele Stone
  • Oboe – Charles Kuskin
  • Orchestra – Orchestra Of Our Time*
  • Other [Jvc Digital Equipment Provided By] – Frank Dickinson
  • Painting [Cover] – Florine Stettheimer
  • Percussion – Glen Velez, Jeffrey Kraus
  • Producer [Production And Musical Supervision] – Joanna Nickrenz, Marc J. Aubort
  • Trombone – Richard Clard
  • Viola – Louise Schulman, Ronald E. Carbone, Valerie Heywood*
  • Violin – Andrew Schaw, Diane Bruce, Fumiko Wellington, Jean Ingraham, Katsuko Esaki, Lisa Lyons, Richard Henrickson, Robert Chausow, Suzanne Ornstein
  • Vocals [Commère] – Betty Allen
  • Vocals [Compère] – Benjamin Matthews
  • Vocals [St. Absalon] – Leon Wheeler
  • Vocals [St. Anne] – Cheryl Kirk
  • Vocals [St. Answers] – Louis Tucker
  • Vocals [St. Cecilia] – Denise Lock
  • Vocals [St. Celestine] – Maeretha Stewart
  • Vocals [St. Chavez] – William Brown
  • Vocals [St. Eustace] – Kevin Elliot
  • Vocals [St. Genevieve] – Linda Childs
  • Vocals [St. Ignatius] – Arthur Thompson
  • Vocals [St. Jan & St. Placide] – Clifford Townsend
  • Vocals [St. Lawrence] – Lloyd Thompkins
  • Vocals [St. Plan] – William Penn
  • Vocals [St. Sara] – Ella Eure-Eaton
  • Vocals [St. Settlement] – Gwendolyn Bradley
  • Vocals [St. Stephen] – Joseph de Vaughn
  • Vocals [St. Teresa I] – Clamma Dale
  • Vocals [St. Teresa Ii] – Florence Quivar

Notes

"Four Saints in Three Acts" is an opera with words by Gertrude Stein and music by Virgil Thomson. It was written in 1927 and 1928 in France and first performed at the Hartford Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut, by an organization with the resounding name of The Friends and Enemies of Modern Music From there it went to Broadway where it played some sixty nights — not much for a hit musical, but a lot for an opera — and became a legend.
It has been performed since, notably Friday the 13th, November, 1981 in Carnegie Hall, New York, a performance which honored the composer's eighty-fifth birthday and became the basis for this recording."
— Excerpted from an enclosed essay by Eric Salzman.

Recorded November 1981 at Rutgers Church, New York, using the JVC Digital Audio System (DAS-90).

Includes 48-page booklet with complete libretto and notes.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 79035-1 Virgil Thomson, Gertrude Stein - Orchestra Of Our Time*, Joel Thome, Betty Allen, Gwendolyn Bradley, William Brown , Clamma Dale, Benjamin Matthews, Florence Quivar, Arthur Thompson Virgil Thomson, Gertrude Stein - Orchestra Of Our Time*, Joel Thome, Betty Allen, Gwendolyn Bradley, William Brown , Clamma Dale, Benjamin Matthews, Florence Quivar, Arthur Thompson - Four Saints In Three Acts ‎(2xLP) Nonesuch 9 79035-1 US 1982