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Gregg Smith Singers - America Sings: The Non-Traditionalists. American Choral Music after 1950 album mp3

Performer: Gregg Smith Singers
Title: America Sings: The Non-Traditionalists. American Choral Music after 1950
Released: 1980
Style: Modern, Contemporary
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 134
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Recorded in March 1976; First Production January 1980. Works by Reynolds, Brown & Richards Recorded under FORD FOUNDATION Subsidy.

The Non-Traditionalists. 1980 Vox Turnabout TV 34759. Original Release Date: 1980. Number of Discs: 1. Format: Original recording. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers.

Genre: Classical Album: America Sings: The Non-Traditionalists. Three Airs on O'Hara's Angels A1 Composed By – Lukas FossMandolin – David StarobinPercussion – Joseph PassaroPiano – 9:12.

During the 1950s European popular music give way to the influence of American forms of music including jazz, swing and traditional pop, mediated through film and records. The significant change of the mid-1950s was the impact of American rock and roll, which provided a new model for performance and recording, based on a youth market. Initially this was dominated by American acts, or re-creations of American forms of music, but soon distinctly European Bands and individual artists began in early attempts to produce local Rock and roll music Hispanics, young and old, could find comfort in the popular rhythmic sounds of Latin music that reminded them of home; mambo, cha-cha, merengue and salsa.

Album · 2016 · 24 Songs. By Lukas Foss - Lukas Foss, Brooklyn Philharmonia Orchestra, The Gregg Smith Singers, Long Island Symphonic Choral Association, Jeanne Distel, Ani Yervanian, Jerold Norman & Harlan Foss. 17. The Prairie: II. Dust of Men. 18. The Prairie: III. They Are Mine. By Lukas Foss - Lukas Foss, Brooklyn Philharmonia Orchestra, The Gregg Smith Singers, Long Island Symphonic Choral Association, Jeanne.

America Sings, Volume I: The Founding Years.

America Sings was an attraction at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, United States, from 1974 to 1988. It featured a cast of audio animatronics animals that entertained the audience by singing songs from various periods in America's musical history, often in a humorous fashion. America Sings opened on June 29, 1974, replacing the General Electric-sponsored Carousel of Progress attraction, which had moved to the Magic Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort in 1973.

American singers hailing from different cultural heritages undoubtedly play a major role in the development of world music. The Americans’ love for music is well known and it comes as no surprise that the country has produced some of the finest singers over the past centuries. Flora Batson, nicknamed "The Double-Voiced Queen of Song" because of her soprano-baritone range, was a 19th century black concert singer who overcame racism to become an internationally well-known star

It may also be important to note that, on average, the GSS perform four premieres at every program. The summer of 2006 marked the final season of AFAM - after 33 years. However GSS’s New York City Concert Series continues. They have also made a well received yuletide album entitled "Christmas Songs from around the World" whose arrangements have also been performed by other choruses, chorales, and choirs as well. The GSS have performed with numerous orchestras. For example, Gregg Smith and Robert Shaw are the only choral conductors to receive the Alice M. Ditson Conductor's Award. In 1988, the Singers were presented with the Berliavsky Award from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters for the group’s tremendous support of American music.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Three Airs on O'Hara's Angels
Composed By – Lukas FossMandolin – David StarobinPercussion – Joseph PassaroPiano – Oresta CybriwskySoprano Vocals – Rosalind ReesText By – Frank O'Hara, Violet Lang
9:12
A2 Though Under Medium...
Composed By – Eric Richards
6:28
B1 The Emperor of Ice Cream
Acoustic Bass – Michael WillensAlto Vocals – Faye Kittelson, Linda EckardBass Vocals – Edmund Najera, Walter RichardsonComposed By – Roger ReynoldsPercussion – Gordon Gottlieb, Joseph PissaroPiano – Oresta CybriwskySoprano Vocals – Patricia Price, Rosalind ReesTenor Vocals – Henry Niemann, William CarneyText By – Wallace Stevens
15:15
B2 Small Pieces for Large Chorus
Composed By – Earle Brown
6:30

Credits

  • Administrator – Michael Leavitt
  • Conductor – Gregg Smith
  • Engineer – David Hancock

Notes

Recorded in March 1976; First Production January 1980.
Works by Reynolds, Brown & Richards
Recorded under FORD FOUNDATION Subsidy

Printed in U.S.A.
℗©1980 THE MOSS MUSIC GROUP, INC., 48 West 38th St., New York, N.Y. 10018

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): VS - 6036 - 2 MASTERDISK @
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