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Kurt Weill, Paul Green (3), The Otaré Pit Band, Joel Cohen (3) - Music For Johnny Johnson (CD, Album, 20-).
В альбом вошло 20 треков.
Peter Fischer K. Dorothée Uhrmacher Johnny Johnson: Guntbert Warns Bürgermeister, Corporal George: Heinz-Werner Kraehkamp Captain Valentine: Thomas Hodina Minnie Bell Tomkins: Anna Bolk Aggie Tompkins, ihre Mutter: Monica Solem Anguish Howington, Limonadenfabrikant: Joachim Schweizzer.
Conductor, Liner Notes, Primary Artist.
Music historians tend to divide the works of composer Kurt Weill into his early Berlin period, which was more political and avant-garde, and his later Broadway period, which was largely apolitical and more conventional. But 20 years later, MGM Records released a studio cast recording, and 40 years after that comes this, only the second recording of the score, undertaken by the Otaré Pit Band conducted by Joel Cohen, and featuring Donald Wilkinson in the title role, with Ellen Santaniello playing Minny Belle, his fiancé, who convinces him to enlist.
Kurt Weill's "Johnny Johnson". Battle And Arrest, Johnny's Homecoming. Valentine's Tango, Song Of The Goddess. Cowboy Song, Mon Ami, My Friend, Johnny's Dream. Asylum Chorus, Dr. Mahodan's Song. Song Of The Wounded Frenchman. Johnny's Melody, Aggie's Song, O Heart Of Love. Music Of The Stricken Redeemer, The Allied High Command. Charleston, In Times Of Tumult And War.
Johnny Johnson is a musical with a book and lyrics by Paul Green and music by Kurt Weill. Based on Jaroslav Hašek's satiric novel The Good Soldier Švejk, the musical focuses on a naive and idealistic young man who, despite his pacifist views, leaves his sweetheart Minny Belle Tompkins to fight in Europe in World War I. He first tries to stop the war after meeting a young German sniper of the same name, who believes that the soldiers must.
Live in Concert 2015 Philip Lima, baritone William Merrill, piano From 'Johnny Johnson,' Weill's first work for Broadway. Following imprisonment in a mental hospital for the insanity of attempting the stop the Great War (by releasing laughing gas on the high command!) poor Johnny has finally returned home. He sells his handmade toys on the street corner; any toy you'd want except a toy soldier.
Don Johnson Big Band - Johnny's Going Home 05:02. Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon - Breakin' Down the Walls of Heartache 02:37. Johnny Johnson and the Bandwagon - Breakin' Down The Walls Of Heartache 02:36. Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon - Sweet Inspiration 03:03. Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon - Gasoline Alley Bred 03:04. Chuck Berry/Fred Below/Bo Diddley/Willie Dixon/Jerome Green/Ebbie Hardy/Johnnie Johnson/Lafayette Leake/The Moonglows/George Smith/Jaspar Thomas - Johnny B. Goode 02:37. Pony Poindexter (as) Flip Nunez (p) Johnny Allen (b) Tony Johnson (d) Bev Kelly (vo) (In Person, Riverside) - Body And Soul 04:24. Bubber Miley - Move Over (feat.
Johnny Johnson and the Bandwagon were an American vocal soul group, prominent in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Originally known simply as The Bandwagon, they were formed in 1967 and featured Artie Fullilove, Billy Bradley, Terry Lewis and lead singer Johnny Johnson (born Johnny Mathis, 20 July 1942, Florida, raised in Rochester, New York)
|2||Over In Europe||1:40|
|4||Up Chickamauga Hill||3:33|
|7||Oh Heart Of Love||3:41|
|9||The West-Pointer Song||2:37|
|10||The Sergeant's Chant||1:45|
|11||Captain Valentine's Song||3:49|
|13||Farewell, Goodbye (Interlude)||5:03|
|14||Song Of The Goddess||2:49|
|15||Song Of The Wounded Frenchman||2:55|
|16||The Tea Song||2:58|
|17||Cowboy Song--Oh, The Rio Grande||2:30|
|19||Song Of The Guns||2:23|
|20||Music Of The Stricken Redeemer||1:42|
|21||Mon Ami, My Friend||2:07|
|22||The Allied High Command||2:25|
|23||The Laughing Generals||2:27|
|25||In Times Of Tumult And War||2:21|
|26||In No Man's Land||0:48|
|28||The Psychiatry Song||2:51|
|30||Hymn To Peace||0:39|
|31||Asylum Chorus (Instrumental)||1:17|
- Copyright (c) – Erato Disques S.A.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Erato Disques S.A.
- Copyright (c) – Chappell & Co.
- Copyright (c) – The Richmond Organization
- Copyright (c) – Archives Taillandler
- Copyright (c) – Weill-Lenya Research Center
- Copyright (c) – Kurt Weill Foundation For Music
- Made By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
- Recorded At – Ellsworth Theater, Pine Manor College
- Cello – Reinmar Seidler*
- Clarinet [Clarinets], Accordion – Katherine Matasy
- Conductor – Joel Cohen
- Coordinator [Production Coordinator] – Fran Imhoff
- Design – Bettina Huchteman*
- Engineer [Assistant] – Mark Donahue
- Engineer [Sound Engineer] – Jaques Doll
- Guitar, Banjo – Robert Paul Sullivan
- Liner Notes – Joel Cohen , Larry L. Lash
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Dennis Collins
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – I. Trautmann*
- Lyrics By – Paul Green
- Music By – Kurt Weill
- Orchestra – The Otaré Pit Band
- Organ [Hammond Organ], Piano – Terry Halco
- Percussion – Jeffrey Fischer
- Performer [Villagers, West Point Cadets, Wounded Frenchmen, Allied Soldiers, Cannons, Laughing Generals, Inmates of the Forensic Society in a House of Balm] – Betsy Green Moyer, Elizabeth Anker, Henry Lussier, Jean Danton, John Fleagle, Margaret Swanson, Megan Henderson , Stephen Falbel
- Photography By [Back Cover: Joel Cohen] – Pierre Dufour
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Archives Taillandler
- Photography By [Kurt Weill & Paul Green] – Weill-Lenya Research Center*
- Photography By [Pp. 2, 35] – Kurt Weill Foundation For Music
- Piano – Megan Henderson
- Producer – Ysabelle Van Wersch-Cot
- Producer [Produced in Cooperation With] – Boston Camerata, Inc.*
- Saxophone [Saxophones], Clarinet – Diane Heffner
- Score Editor [Performing Edition By] – Lys Symonette
- Trombone – Robert Couture
- Trumpet – Dana Oakes, Joseph Foley
- Violin – Mimi Rabson, Robert Mealy
- Vocals [Aggie] – Lynn Torgove
- Vocals [British Commander in Chief] – Paul Cummings
- Vocals [Captain Valentine / German Priest] – Richard Lalli
- Vocals [Dr Mahadan] – Paul Guttry
- Vocals [English Sergeant / American Priest] – Bruce Fithian
- Vocals [French Nurse] – Anne Azéma
- Vocals [Grandpa Joe] – John Delorey
- Vocals [Johnny Johnson] – Donald Wilkinson
- Vocals [Mayor / Private Harwood] – René de la Garza
- Vocals [Minnie] – Ellen Santaniello
- Vocals [The Goddess] – D'Anna Fortunato
- Vocals [The West-Pointer] – Mark McSweeney
Recording: 10-15/11/1996, Pine Manor College, Ellsworth Theatre, Chestnut Hill, Mass. USA
Hammond Organ: Boston B-3 services
Thanks to the Kurt Weill Foundation for Music, the Paul Green Foundation, Lys Symonette, Betsy Green Moyer, Marsha Warren, Professor Wayne Schneider, and Gunther Schuller
© 1936, 1968 Chappell & Co. © assigned to the Richmond Organization and Chappell & Co.
Front cover: © Archives Taillandler
© Erato Disques S.A., Paris, France 1997
℗ Erato Disques S.A., Paris, France 1997
Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
CD comes packaged in a standard plastic jewel case, and includes a 52-page booklet with libretto and notes in English, French and German.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 706301787021
- Barcode (Text): 7 0630-17870-2 1
- Label Code: LC 0200
- Matrix / Runout: [Warner logo] 063017870-2 09/97
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L011
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0591
- Distribution Code: WE 810
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM
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