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  • Beloved That Pilgrimage: Songs of Copland, Barber, Chanler
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1 Eight Epitaphs: 1. Alice Rodd (Theodore Chanler) 1:31
2 Eight Epitaphs: 2. Susannah Fry (Theodore Chanler) 1:30
3 Eight Epitaphs: 3. Three Sisters (Theodore Chanler) 1:15
4 Eight Epitaphs: 4. Thomas Logge (Theodore Chanler) 1:22
5 Eight Epitaphs: 5. A Midget (Theodore Chanler) 1:48
6 Eight Epitaphs: 6. "No Voice To Scold" (Theodore Chanler) 1:08
7 Eight Epitaphs: 7. Ann Poverty (Theodore Chanler) :35
8 Eight Epitaphs: 8. "Be Very Quiet Now" (Theodore Chanler) 1:11
9 Hermit Songs: I. At Saint Patrick's Purgatory (Samuel Barber) 1:23
10 Hermit Songs: II. Church Bell at Night (Samuel Barber) 0:48
11 Hermit Songs: III. St. Ita's Vision (Samuel Barber) 2:40
12 Hermit Songs: IV. The Heavenly Banquet (Samuel Barber) 1:10
13 Hermit Songs: V. The Crucifixion (Samuel Barber) 1:53
14 Hermit Songs: VI. Sea-Snatch (Samuel Barber) :39
15 Hermit Songs: VII. Promiscuity (Samuel Barber) :53
16 Hermit Songs: VIII. The Monk and His Cat (Samuel Barber) 2:05
17 Hermit Songs: IX. The Praises of God (Samuel Barber) :56
18 Hermit Songs: X. The Desire for Hermitage (Samuel Barber) 3:08
19 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 1. Nature, the gentles mother (Aaron Copland) 3:39
20 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 2. There came a wind like a bugle (Aaron Copland) 1:21
21 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 3. Why do they shut me out of Heaven? (Aaron Copland) 1:45
22 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 4. The world feel dusty (Aaron Copland) 1:39
23 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 5. Heart, we will forget him (Aaron Copland) 2:05
24 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 6. Dear March, come in! (Aaron Copland) 2:01
25 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 7. Sleep is supposed to be (Aaron Copland) 2:21
26 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 8. When they come back (Aaron Copland) 1:40
27 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 9. I felt a funeral in my brain (Aaron Copland) 1:58
28 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 10. I've heard an organ talk sometimes (Aaron Copland) 2:09
29 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 11. Going to Heaven! (Aaron Copland) 2:37
30 Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson: 12. The Chariot (Aaron Copland) 3:12

Beloved That Pilgrimage: Songs of Copland, Barber, Chanler

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    Baritone Sanford Sylvan performs songs by American composers Theodore Chanler, Samuel Barber, and Aaron Copland. The Boston Globe praised the performances' "intelligence, musicianship, [and] sensitivity to poetry and to the sound of words,” adding that Sylvan “is one of America's master singers.”

    Credits

    MUSICIANS
    Sanford Sylvan, baritone
    David Breitman, piano

    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    Recorded June 1990 at Methuen Hall, Methuen, Massachusetts
    Engineered by Everett Porter

    Texts by Walter de la Mare (1-8), anon. Irish texts (9-18), Emily Dickinson (19-30)

    Design: John Heiden
    Cover photograph: Joel Meyerowitz

    Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz

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Release Date: 
Friday, May 17, 1991 (All day)
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Nonesuch Selection Number: 

79259

Number of Discs in Set: 
1disc
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Wednesday, May 1, 1991 (All day)
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Artist Name: 
Sanford Sylvan
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UPC/Price: 
UPC: 
075597925920BUN
Price: 
13.00
Label: 
CD+MP3
UPC: 
603497132966
Price: 
12.00
Label: 
MP3
Description: 

Baritone Sanford Sylvan performs songs by American composers Theodore Chanler, Samuel Barber, and Aaron Copland. The Boston Globe praised the performances' "intelligence, musicianship, [and] sensitivity to poetry and to the sound of words,” adding that Sylvan “is one of America's master singers.”

DescriptionExcerpt: 

Baritone Sanford Sylvan performs songs by American composers Theodore Chanler, Samuel Barber, and Aaron Copland. The Boston Globe praised the performances' "intelligence, musicianship, [and] sensitivity to poetry and to the sound of words,” adding that Sylvan “is one of America's master singers.”

ProductionCredits: 

MUSICIANS
Sanford Sylvan, baritone
David Breitman, piano

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Recorded June 1990 at Methuen Hall, Methuen, Massachusetts
Engineered by Everett Porter

Texts by Walter de la Mare (1-8), anon. Irish texts (9-18), Emily Dickinson (19-30)

Design: John Heiden
Cover photograph: Joel Meyerowitz

Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz