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Wydawnictwo: Signum Classics
Nr katalogowy: SIGCD 393
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2014
EAN: 635212039328
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Postcards

Signum Classics - SIGCD 393
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1. - Feller from Fortune - Trad. Canadian arr. Bob Chilcott - 3.14
2. - Le Baylere - Trad. French song from the Auvergne arr. Goff Richards - 3.05
3. - Arrirang - Trad. Korean arr. Bob Chilcott - 3.00
4. - Pokarekare Ana - Trad. New Zealand arr Keith Roberts - 4.42
5. - The Oak and the Ash - Trad. English arr. Gordon Langford - 3.10
6. - Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare) - Modugno/Milliacci arr. Robert Rice - 4.34
7. - Tuoll on mun kultani - Trad. Finnish arr. Bob Chilcott - 2.53
8. - Botany Bay - Trad. Australian arr. Robert Rice - 3.09
9. - Pasional - Enrique Espin Yepez arr. Miguel Esteban - 3.57
10. - Tico Tico no Fuba - Zequinha de Abreu arr. Miguel Esteban - 2.49
11. - Es dunkelt schon in der Heide - Trad. German arr. Gordon Langford - 3.22
12. - The Star of the County Down - Trad. Irish arr. Howard Goodall - 3.53
13. - My love is like a red, red rose - Trad. Scottish arr. Simon Carrington - 3.41
14. - Jeg gik mig ud en sommerdag - Trad. Danish arr. Robert Rice - 3.43
15. - El Vito - Trad. Andalusion arr. Miguel Estenban - 2.50
16. - Contigo Apprendi - Armando Manznero arr. Miguel Esteban - 3.19
17. - Zai no yao yuan de di fang - Trad. Chinese Arr. Philip Lawson - 2.10
18. - Suo Gan - Trad. Welsh arr. Robert Rice - 3.47
19. - Egoli - Stanley Glasser (words by Lewis Nkosi) - 3.12
20. - Little David play on your harp - Trad. American spiritual arr. Keith Roberts - 1.48
21. - Esti Dal - Zoltan Kodaly - 2.56
22. - Mein kleiner gr?uner Kaktus - Bert Reisfeld arr. Daryl Runswick - 2.32
The King’s Singers explore the folk songs and melodies of the world in a new programme entitled Postcards. In their own words:

“In our travels we have amassed a wonderful collection of folksongs and popular songs from numerous countries, many of which we use as encores when we visit. The influences and sources are extraordinarily far-ranging, and each song has its own local characteristics. To celebrate the diversity of music that we perform and the numerous countries we visit each concert season, we have recorded an album of some of our favourite folksongs from around the world.” The King’s Singers

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