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David Agler - Ned Rorem: Miss Julie flac mp3
Performer:
David Agler
Album:
Ned Rorem: Miss Julie
Style:
Opera
Date of release:
2005
Duration:
01:51:12
FLAC vers. size:
1142 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1411 mb
WMA vers. size:
1688 mb
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Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
471

Ned Rorem: Miss Julie. Ned Rorem: Miss Julie. CD - Albany Music Distribution. Act 1. Miss Julie's Taken Leave. 5. Dance with Me, John. 6. John is Your Sweetheart. 7. How Strange You Are. David Agler. 8. Sometimes I Dream.

Ned Rorem: Miss Julie.

Miss Julie has been added to your Cart. What a coup it is to have this significant live performance from 2003 performed by the music department at Curtis Institute where Ned Rorem first studied in the 1940’s and has been a faculty member for over 20 years! As a major addition to the opera, we have a new work, Aftermath, where Rorem, as have so many other composers over the past four years, responds to the tragic events of September 11, 2001.

Miss Julie: Act 1: Miss Julie's Taken Leave. Miss Julie: Act 1: Dance With Me, John. Miss Julie: Act 1: John Is Your Sweetheart. Miss Julie: Act 1: How Strange You Are. 3:43. Miss Julie: Act 1: Sometimes I Dream.

Rorem: Miss Julie (Complete), Aftermath. Released on: 2000-01-01. Artist: Brenden Patrick Gunnell Artist: Charles Unice Choir: Curtis Opera Theatre Orchestra: Curtis Symphony Orchestra Conductor: David Agler Artist: Fiona Murphy Artist: Howard Reddy Artist: Jacqueline Bolier Artist: Joslin Romphf Composer: Kenward Elmslie Artist: Lishir Inbar Composer: Ned Rorem. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Highlights from The New York Lyric Opera Company Production of Ned Rorem's 'Miss Julie', An Opera Based on the play by August Strindberg. A detailed synopsis and the complete text of HIGHLIGHTS FROM MISS JULIE are enclosed inside this album.

John Miss Julie s taken leave by David Gilbert Manhattan School of Music Opera Theater. Julie Dance with me John by David Gilbert Manhattan School of Music Opera Theater.

Ned Rorem (born October 23, 1923) is an American composer and diarist. He won a Pulitzer Prize for Music in 1976 for his Air Music: Ten Etudes for Orchestra. Rorem was born in Richmond, Indiana in 1923 as the son and second child of C. (Clarence) Rufus Rorem (1894-1988) and his wife, the former Gladys W. Miller, born in Illinois. They met and married in South Dakota in 1920, where Rufus Rorem was working for Goodyear Rubber. Ned Rorem had an older sister Rosemary.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
Miss Julie, opera
1 Act 1. Introduction and Chorus David Agler 2:47
2 Act 1. Sleep on Seven Flowers David Agler 3:34
3 Act 1. Wind Around Me David Agler 4:40
4 Act 1. Miss Julie's Taken Leave David Agler 3:52
5 Act 1. Dance with Me, John David Agler 4:39
6 Act 1. John is Your Sweetheart David Agler 4:39
7 Act 1. How Strange You Are David Agler 3:43
8 Act 1. Sometimes I Dream David Agler 3:19
9 Act 1. Christopher, Pass the Warm Wine David Agler 2:05
10 Act 1. Put that Down David Agler 2:07
11 Act 1. I've Never Seen the Back David Agler 6:24
12 Act 1. Be My Love David Agler 2:01
13 Act 1. Promise David Agler 1:43
14 Act 2. Introduction David Agler 1:27
15 Act 2. Each Sin Brings David Agler 3:55
16 Act 2. We Have to Go Away David Agler 2:43
17 Act 2. If We Catch the Next Train David Agler 2:17
18 Act 2. You Gave Your Word of Honor David Agler 4:46
19 Act 2. Sweet Jesus What a Mess David Agler 3:04
20 Act 2. I'm Ready, I Have Money David Agler 2:51
21 Act 2. How Much Money David Agler 0:53

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
Miss Julie, opera
1 Act 2. Butcher, Why Didn't You Kill Me? David Agler 1:56
2 Act 2. Protect Me from Him David Agler 1:31
3 Act 2. In a Pretty New Dress David Agler 0:42
4 Act 2. It's a Sound Idea David Agler 0:58
5 Act 2. I'll Tell Stable David Agler 1:07
6 Act 2. A Carriage. You Hear It? David Agler 1:58
7 Act 2. Pretend You're Him David Agler 2:10
8 Act 2. You're Tired of the Dancing David Agler 5:22
Aftermath, song cycle for medium voice, violin, cello & piano
9 The Drum David Agler 2:27
10 Tygers of Wrath David Agler 1:56
11 The Fury of the Aerial Bombardment David Agler 3:37
12 The Park David Agler 2:13
13 Sonnet LXIV David Agler 2:22
14 On His Seventy-Fifth Birthday David Agler 1:20
15 Grief David Agler 3:46
16 Remorse for Any Death David Agler 2:23
17 Losses David Agler 4:33
18 Then David Agler 3:22

Credits

David Agler - Conductor, Primary Artist
Alfred Edward Housman - Text
Matthew Arnold - Text
Edith Blackman - Lighting Assistant
William Blake - Text
George Blood - Digital Mastering
José Blumenschein - Violin
Jacqueline Boyer - Vocals
Elizabeth Barrett Browning - Text
Nicholas Canellakis - Cello
Jon Carter - Make-Up, Wigs
Curtis Institute of Music Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra
Curtis Opera Theatre Chorus - Choir/Chorus
Lenore Doxsee - Lighting Design, Photography
Richard Eberhart - Text
Mikael Eliasen - Piano
Kenward Elmslie - Librettist
Brenden Gunnell - Vocals
John Hollander - Text
Lishir Inbar - Vocals
Randall Jarrell - Text
John Scott of Amwell - Text
James Kee - Baritone (Vocal)
Lisa Keller - Rehearsal Accompanist
Eunae Koh - Rehearsal Accompanist
Kathryn LaBouff - Dialect Coach
Walter Savage Landor - Text
John Marston - Text
Fiona Murphy - Vocals
Susan Nowicki - Preparation
Danielle Orlando - Preparation
Donald St Pierre - Preparation, Rehearsal Accompanist
Chas Rader-Shieber - Stage Director
Howard Reddy - Vocals
Joslin Romphf - Vocals
Ned Rorem - Liner Notes
Muriel Rukeyser - Text
William Shakespeare - Text
Charles Unice - Vocals
Tricia Wenglar - Wardrobe Coordinator
David Zinn - Costume Design, Set Design