|1||Bess, You Is My Woman|
|2||I Got Plenty O' Nuttin'|
|3||What Do You Want Wid Bess?|
|4||Strawberry Woman's Call|
|6||I Loves You, Porgy|
|7||Crab Man's Call|
|8||It Ain't Necessarily So|
|10||A Woman Is A Sometime Thing|
|11||It Take A Long Pull To Get There|
|12||My Man's Gone Now|
|13||There's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York|
|14||Overture And Summertime|
|15||Porgy's Lament And Finale|
- Choir – Eva Jessye Choir
- Conductor – Alexander Smallens
- Orchestra – Decca Symphony Orchestra
- Vocals – Anne Brown, Avon Long, Edward Matthews, Helen Dowdy, Todd Duncan , William Woolfolk
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Anne Brown. Overture And Summertime. I Loves You, Porgy. Eva Jessye Choir. The Reqiuem. Porgy & Bess - Selection from the 1940 & 1942 Casts - George Gershwin. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Decca Presents Selections from George Gershwin's folk opera Porgy and Bess consists of two volumes of records, the first from 1940, and the next from 1942. The 1940 album was the first to record selections from George Gershwin's opera Porgy and Bess as sung by members of the original Broadway cast from 1935. The only singers involved were Todd Duncan as Porgy and Anne Brown as Bess. Duncan sang It Ain't Necessarily So, which is sung in the opera by Sportin' Life. Listen to online Todd Duncan 3, Anne Brown, Eva Jessye Choir, The, Decca Symphony Orchestra - George Gershwin's Porgy And Bess, or download mp3 tracks: download here mp3 release album free and without registration. On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Alexander Smallens. DuBose Heyward. George Gershwin. Todd Duncan, Anne Brown, Decca Symphony Orchestra, Eva Jessy Choir, Alexander Smallens Porgy and Bess, Act II, Scene 1 Bess, You IsTodd Duncan, Anne Brown, Decca Symphony Orchestra, Eva Jessy Choir, Alexander Smallens Porgy and Bess, Act II, Scene 1 Bess, You Is 3:39. Todd Duncan, Decca Symphony Orchestra, Eva Jessy Choir, Alexander Smallens Porgy and Bess, Act II, Scene 1 Buzzard Song 3:59. Anne Brown, Decca Symphony Orchestra, Eva Jessy Choir, Alexander Smallens Porgy and Bess, Act I, Scene 2 My Man s Gone 3:46. Linos-Ensemble Die Zauberfl te, K. 620, Act I Introduktion. Todd Duncan, Decca Symphony Orchestra, Eva Jessy Choir, Alexander Smallens Porgy and Bess, Act II, Scene 1 I Got Plenty 4:24. Gershwin: Porgy and Bess. This is the closest we have to an original cast album for Gershwin's masterpiece. From the 1935 premier we have Todd Duncan Porgy, Anne Brown Bess, Helen Dowdy, Edward Matthews, Georgette Harvey, music director Alexander Smallens, and the Eva Jessye Choir. Recorded in two sessions, two years apart in 1940 and 1942. Originally issued on 78s as Decca set 145. This transfer is from Decca's 1950s LP version DL 9024. Transfer by Bob Varney. Классическая и Инструментальная музыка, Разное Скачать торрент George Gershwin with Todd Duncan and Anne Brown - Porgy And Gershwin's American Folk Opera Porgy and Bess opened on Broadway on October 10, 1935, in. In May 1940, Decca Records assembled some of the members of the original cast, including Todd Duncan and is the definitive recording of Gershwin's operatic masterpiece, premiered only a few years before his untimely death. Make no mistake about it, Maazel's Porgy is grand and ambitious, very much what George had in mind. And although at times Maazel is just a little stiff and European in his approach, he is never boring the orchesta plays as if its life depended on it and the singing is glorious. I might add that the Decca analogue sound is some of the finest ever. This recording is a real classic. Either get this or the Simon Rattle, Glyndebourne on EMI if you really want to know what Gershwin's opera is about. George Gershwin Musical Opera 1956 US. Singer: George Gershwin. Album: Porgy And Bess: Selections From George Gershwin's Folk Opera. DL 79024. Todd Duncan. Anne Brown, Decca Symphony Orchestra. Anne Brown, Decca Symphony Orchestra - George Gershwin's Porgy And Bess LP, Album, Pin