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Alfred Drake, Kurt Weill - Down In The Valley (The Musical Folk Drama)

  • Performer: Alfred Drake, Kurt Weill
  • Title: Down In The Valley (The Musical Folk Drama)
  • Genre: Classical / SoundTracks
  • Country: US
  • Record source: Vinyl, LP, Reissue, Mono
  • Released: 1962
  • Style: Musical, Contemporary
  • Label: Decca
  • Cat#: DL 4239
  • MP3 album: 1958 mb
  • FLAC album: 2630 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 448
Alfred Drake, Kurt Weill - Down In The Valley (The Musical Folk Drama)

Tracklist

1Down In The Valley
2Down In The Valley


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DL 6017Alfred Drake Down In The Valley ‎(10", Mono)DeccaDL 6017US1950
DL 74239Alfred Drake, Kurt Weill Alfred Drake, Kurt Weill - Down In The Valley (The Musical Folk Drama) ‎(LP, RE)DeccaDL 74239USUnknown


Credits

  • Directed By [Chorus And Orchestra Under Direction Of]Maurice Levine
  • Libretto ByArnold Sundgaard
  • Liner NotesLouis Untermeyer
  • Music ByKurt Weill
  • Recording Supervisor [Entire Production Under Supervision Of]Kurt Weill
  • Vocals [Brack Weaver]Alfred Drake


Album

The Broadway Cast Collection, Vol. 7: Alfred Drake in Sing Out, Sweet Land & Down in the Valley - Alfred Drake, Burl Ives, Juanita Hall, Jane Wilson, Norman Atkins, Jack McCauley. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Libretto By Arnold Sundgaard. Liner Notes Louis Untermeyer. Music By Kurt Weill. Recording Supervisor Kurt Weill. Vocals Alfred Drake. Altre versioni 2 di 2 Visualizza tutto. Down in the Valley, also known as Birmingham Jail, is a traditional American folk song. It has been recorded by many artists and is included in the Songs of Expanding America recordings in Burl Ives' six-album set Historical America in Song. The verses mentioning Birmingham Jail refer to the Birmingham, Alabama, City Jail which was well-known in the mid-1920s, although the reference was often omitted in later versions. Guitarist Jimmie Tarlton claimed to have written the lyrics in 1925 while he. Album 2010 2 Songs. Down in the Valley - Part 2. 2 Songs, 29 Minutes. Released: Jun 3, 2010. 2010 Smith & Co. More By Alfred Drake. And other albums from Alfred Drake are available on sale at Recordsale. Kurt Weill. Liner Notes. Louis Untermeyer. Libretto By. Arnold Sundgaard. Directed By. Maurice Levine. More music by Alfred Drake. KismetAlfred Drake. Alfred Drake. feat: Burl Ives. Blue Tail Fly. Arnold Sundgaard, Traditional, Kurt Weill. Down in the Valley, Pt. Arnold Sundgaard, Kurt Weill. Performer: ALFRED DRAKEWriter: Kurt Weill Arnold SundgaardStory with Songs, Dialogue, Chorus and Orchestra With Supporting Cast. Chorus and Orchestra Under. Other IDs from the record include: 76238 Album No. DAU-768 8 sides-1. The recording on the other side of this disc: DOWN IN THE VALLEY. Decca Records. Release info. Musical Released: 1962 Format: Vinyl. CD ad. Down In The Valley Part Two. Submit your review. Log on. This content is exclusive to members. If you are not a member yet, please subscribe now: Subscribe for free. Forgot your password Forgot your password . Genre: Classical, Stage & Screen Album: Down In The Valley The Musical Folk Drama Country: US Style: Contemporary, Musical MP3 version RAR size: 1554 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1539 mb WMA version RAR size: 1217 mb Rating: 4. 9 Votes: 848 Other Formats: XM MP2 AIFF AAC VOX AU RA. A Down In The Valley B Down In The Valley. Other versions. DL 6017 Alfred Drake. DL 4239. Alfred Drake, Kurt Weill. Title Format. Label Category Country Year. Down In The Valley 10, Mono. Decca DL 6017 US. Alfred Drake, Kurt Weill - Down In The Valley The Musical Folk Drama LP, Decca DL 4239 US Mono, RE. Donnerstag, 29. November 2018. Kurt Weill - Down In The Valley 1950. Down in the Valley is a folk-opera in one act by composer Kurt Weill and librettist Arnold Sundgaard, initially composed and conceived for the radio in 1945 then rewritten and produced in 1948. Weill expanded and simplified Down in the Valley to a 40-minute version, and the revised version had its world premiere at that university in Bloomington, Indiana in 1948, directed by Hans Busch son of Fritz Busch and conducted by Ernst Hoffmann. Alan Jay Lerner's wife, Marion Bell, played Jennie. The piece was soon broadcast on NBC radio. In 1950, it was broadcast on NBC television



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