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Thomas Hampson - Song Of America: Music From The Library Of Congress album mp3

Thomas Hampson - Song Of America: Music From The Library Of Congress album mp3

  • Performer: Thomas Hampson
  • Genre: Classical
  • Title: Song Of America: Music From The Library Of Congress
  • Released: 2005
  • Style: Modern, Romantic
  • MP3 version size: 1749 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1790 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
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Copland, Aaron (1900) -composer Thomas Hampson -baritone Hugh Wolff -conductor The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.

Music By – Charles Tomlinson Griffes. 11. Tomorrow (When You Are Gone). Lyrics By – Margaret KennedyMusic By – Erich Wolfgang Korngold. Baritone Vocals – Thomas Hampson. Marketplace 0 1 For Sale from €. 9.

Dubbed the "Ambassador of American Song," renowned baritone Thomas Hampson has joined forces with The Library of Congress to celebrate the history of creativity in America. A champion of the American song, Hampson's collaboration with the Library first materialized as an eleven-city concert tour across the United States in 2005-2006, highlighting the Library's unparalleled collections of songs through concerts, recordings, and cybercasts. Hampson tells the story of the American people, whose spirit, pride, courage, and imagination inspired the songs that chronicle over two centuries of the nation's history.

contemporary america (1945-present). Presented by the Schubert Club International Artist Series. Recorded in the Coolidge Auditorium, Washington, DC, October 28, 2010.

On June 7, Thomas Hampson opens the Whitsun Festival with his superstar colleagues, soprano Nadine Sierra, and tenor Michael Fabiano, in a concert entitled American Night, at the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden. Hampson has long championed the American song, with the help of his Song of America project, which aims to explore connections between poetry and music, and history and culture, through the work of American composers and poets. COC’s ‘Hadrian’ nominated in seven categories for the 40th Anniversary Dora Mavor Moore Awards. Photo: Michael Cooper

Library of Congress: Song of America. Lyrical Legacy: 400 Years of American Song and Poetry. Lyrical Legacy helps teachers explore eighteen American songs and poems from the digital collections of the Library of Congress

All of them seek to connect classic song-poetry set to music-to the broader cultural context. Each resource is connected to a larger project of the Hampsong Foundation, and is sometimes cross-referenced with multiple projects. Opera America, Conversation: Thomas Hampson (March 2017). Biography, Interview, Video Recording, essay.

Thomas Hampson, America’s foremost baritone, has received international honors and awards for his captivating artistry and cultural leadership. Lauded as a Metropolitan Opera Guild Met Mastersinger and inducted into both the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and Gramophone’s Hall of Fame, Hampson is one of the most respected and innovative musicians of our time  . In 2010, he was honored with a Living Legend Award by the Library of Congress, where he has served as Special Advisor to the Study and Performance of Music in America. Furthermore, he has received the famed Concertgebouw Prize.

Tanglewood Music Festival. International Classical Music Awards (ICMA). Musicians of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra. Koncertna dvorana Vatroslava Lisinskog. Song of America - Beyond Liberty.

Thomas Walter Hampson (born June 28, 1955) is an American lyric baritone, a classical singer who has appeared world-wide in major opera houses and concert halls and made over 170 musical recordings. Hampson's operatic repertoire spans a range of more than 80 roles, including the title roles in Mozart's Don Giovanni, Rossini's Guillaume Tell and The Barber of Seville, Ambroise Thomas' Hamlet, and Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin  . In 1990, Hampson released his first solo recital album on Teldec titled Des Knaben Wunderhorn, in collaboration with Geoffrey Parsons. "About The Library of Congress Song of America Project". Retrieved 2014-12-03.

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1 As Adam Early In The Morning
Lyrics By – Walt WhitmanMusic By – Ned Rorem
2 Ah! May The Red Rose Live Alway
Written-By – Stephen Foster
3 Shenandoah
Arranged By – Roger AmesWritten-By – Traditional
4 Beautiful Dreamer
Written By – Stephen Foster
5 Danny Deever
Lyrics By – Rudyard KiplingMusic By – Walter Damrosch
6 Rose Of Picardy
Lyrics By – Fred E. WeatherlyMusic By – Haydn Wood
7 Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair
Written-By – Stephen Foster
8 Hard Times Come Again No More
Written-By – Stephen Foster
9 Molly, Do You Love Me?
Written-By – Stephen Foster
10 An Old Song Resung
Music By – Charles Tomlinson Griffes*
11 Tomorrow (When You Are Gone)
Lyrics By – Margaret KennedyMusic By – Erich Wolfgang Korngold
12 The Erie Canal
Arranged By – Roger AmesWritten-By – Traditional
13 We Two
Lyrics By – Walt WhitmanMusic By – Elinor Remick Warren
14 The Nightingale
Adapted By, Arranged By – Clifford ShawWritten-By – Traditional
15 Comrades, Fill No Glass For Me
Written-By – Stephen Foster
16 Luke Havergal
Lyrics By – Edwin Arlington RobinsonMusic By – John Duke
17 To What You Said
Lyrics By – Walt WhitmanMusic By – Leonard Bernstein
18 Look Down, Fair Moon
Lyrics By – Walt WhitmanMusic By – Charles Naginski
19 Dirge For Two Veterans
Lyrics By – Walt WhitmanMusic By – Kurt Weill
20 Ethiopia Saluting The Colors
Lyrics By – Walt WhitmanMusic By – Harry T. Burleigh

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