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The Jerome Kern treasury [sound recording].
Kern, Jerome, 1885-1945.
imprint
[s.l.] : EMI Classics, p1993.
description
1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
format(s)
CD
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uniform title
imprint
[s.l.] : EMI Classics, p1993.
publisher #
0777 7 54883 2 6
CDC 7 54883 2
contents note
The ragtime restaurant : (The red petticoat, 1912) (Panaro, Luker, chorus) -- Babes in the wood : (Very good Eddie, 1915) (Panaro, Luker) -- Drift with me : (Love o' Mike, 1917) (Lehman, women's chorus) -- I'm so busy : (Have a heart, 1917) (Luker, Dvorsky) -- Till the clouds roll by : (Oh, boy!, 1917) (Luker, Panaro) -- Whip-poor-will : (Zip goes a million, 1919) (Lehman, Dvorsky) -- The bullfrog patrol : (She's a good fellow, 1919) (Lehman, Luker, women's chorus) -- I want to be there : (Dear sir, 1924) (Dvorsky, Luker) -- Wishing well scene : (Dear sir, 1924) (Luker, Dvorsky) -- She didn't say "yes" : (The cat and the fiddle, 1931) (Lehman) -- Every little while : (Men of the sky, 1930) (Dvorsky, Lehman) -- In Egern on the Tegern See : (Music in the air, 1932) (Lehman) -- The song is you : (Music in the air, 1932) (Hampson) -- Smoke gets in your eyes : (Roberta, 1933) (Lehman) -- The folks who live on the hill : (High, wide and handsome, 1937) (Hampson) -- Heaven in my arms : (Very warm for May, 1939) (Dvorsky, Panaro, Luker, Mil,̀ chorus) --; (cont.): The last time I saw Paris (1940) (Hampson) -- Harlem boogie-woogie : (Very warm for May, 1939) (orchestra).
general note
EMI Classics: 0777 7 54883 2 6 (on container: Angel: CDC 7 54883 2).
Orchestrations by Frank Saddler and Robert Russell Bennett.
Program notes by John McGlinn and Miles Kreuger, and lyrics (39 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Songs from musicals (principally) and films.
performer
George Dvorsky, Thomas Hampson, Jeanne Lehman, Rebecca Luker, Lydia Milá, Hugh Panaro, vocals ; London Sinfonietta Chorus ; London Sinfonietta ; John McGlinn, conductor.
catalogue key
358586
date/place of event
Recorded Nov. 1992, No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London.

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