Mona Paulee Sings Cole Porter And Gershwin. Written-By – Cole Porter. Twilight Concert No. 5. B1. Carmen. Preludes to Act I And Act IV. Conductor – George SingerWritten-By – Bizet.
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Conway Twitty recorded a version of "Mona Lisa" in February 1959, but planned to release it only as an album cut (on an EP and an LP, Conway Twitty Sings by MGM Records). Nevertheless, it peaked at number 5 in the UK Singles Chart in that year and in the top 30 in the United States. Sam Phillips signed Carl Mann to record his version of the song after the Twitty version began getting radio play in early 1959. This was the most successful single in Mann's career. Phil Ochs, known for his protest songs in the 1960s, performed the song in 1970 at his infamous Carnegie Hall concert. The cover appears on the 1974 concert album Gunfight at Carnegie Hall.
Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Song Book is a 1956 studio album by American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by a studio orchestra conducted and arranged by Buddy Bregman, focusing on the songs of Cole Porter. This was Fitzgerald's first album for the newly created Verve Records (and the first album to be released by the label. Granz decided to have Fitzgerald record well-established popular works because.
Set of three Remington recordings with mezzo-soprano Mona Paulee, with works by George Gershwin and others. Despite all the info he had to fit on there, his hierarchical treatment - with varying typefaces, colors, weights-still made it feel jaunty and alive. That’s the sign of a good designer - making the less-than-ideal copy or photos work together as a cohesive whole.
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In this instance, the combination of Cole Porter's words and Fitzgerald's interpretation of them created one of the most sought after sessions in vocal history - embraced by jazz and pop fans alike, transcending boundaries often associated with those genres. The success of these early Porter (and previous Gershwin) sessions brought about numerous interpretations of other songbooks throughout the next several years including those of Rodgers and Hart, Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen, and Irving Berlin. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.
Sings The Cole Porter So. .has been added to your Cart. It is also no wonder that during the course of her career Ella recorded various "Song Books" in which she took the work of a great composer/lyricist and dedicated an album or two to their work. Ella did Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen, Rodgers & Hart, the Gershwins', and Jerome Kern song books among others. The pairing of Fitzgerald and Porter then is the equivalent of the perfect storm: A lyricist whose lyrics are funny, witty, charming and, yes, poetic; and a singer capable of doing justice to those great lyrics makes for a memorable CD. This is a 2-CD set. It contains an awful lot of Porter's great songs. These songs "do something to me" and I can say nothing more than this CD is the tops, it's the Tower of Pisa, it's the smile on the Mona Lisa.
Artists Cesare Siepi Sings Cole Porter and Italian Songs. Sings Cole Porter and Italian Songs Cesare Siepi. Sings Cole Porter and Italian Songs. This album has an average beat per minute of 92 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 68/167 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Sings Cole Porter and Italian Songs. Album starts at 165BPM, ends at 75BPM (-90), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing).
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|Mona Paulee Sings Cole Porter And Gershwin|
|A1||Love For Sale
Written-By – Cole Porter
|A2||Lady Be Good
Written-By – George Gershwin
|A3||Night And Day
Written-By – Cole Porter
|Twilight Concert No. 5|
|B1||Carmen. Preludes to Act I And Act IV
Conductor – George SingerWritten-By – Bizet*
|B2||Musseta's Waltz from La Boheme
Conductor – Wilhelm LoibnerSoprano Vocals – Ruthilde BoeschWritten-By – Puccini*
|B3||Alborada, Scene E Canto Gitano, Fandango Asturiano From Capriccio Espagnol
Conductor – Ernst MehlichOrchestra – Austrian Symphony Orchestra Written-By – Rimsky-Korsakov*
- Cover – Steinweiss*