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Povla Frijsh With Celius Dougherty - Povla Frijsh Presents Art Songs Volume II FLAC album

Performer: Povla Frijsh
Genre: Classical music
Title: Povla Frijsh Presents Art Songs Volume II
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Povla Frijsh With Celius Dougherty - Povla Frijsh Presents Art Songs Volume II ‎(4x10").

He toured as an accompanist to several important singers, such as Maggie Teyte, Eva Gauthier, Povla Frijsh, Jennie Tourel, Marian Anderson, and Alexander Kipnis. These performers often included Dougherty's songs on their programs Beginning in 1939, he also toured with Vincenz Ruzicika in duo-piano recitals. During the next 16 years, they gave the first performances of duets by Igor Stravinsky, Arnold Schoenberg, Alban Berg, Paul Hindemith, Darius Milhaud, and others. They performed with the Vienna Symphony.

Povla Frijsh, Dane soprano? Welcome to Magle International Music Forums! A community covering a wide array of musical genre. Show Printable Version. I have this old LP, the second record ever produced by Town Mall Records, New York, titled "Art Songs Povla Frijsh, soprano, Celius Dougherty at the piano" and the front cover picture of this Dane soprano is absolutely. From what is written on the back cover, Frijsh made her New York debut in 1915.

Povla Frijsh (soprano). Release Date: 28th Feb 1995. Catalogue No: GEMM9095. Povla Frijsh: The Complete Recordings.

Celius Dougherty (May 27, 1902, Glenwood, Minnesota – December 22, 1986, Effort, Pennsylvania) was an American pianist and composer of art songs and other music. Celius Hudson Dougherty was born in Minnesota. He was born to William Francis Dougherty and Louise Martha Dougherty. Celius was interested in music and poetry from childhood

The second program, Celius Dougherty, the American thematically grouped Dougherty's songs alongside works by his famous contemporaries (Copland, Floyd, Argento, Bernstein and Ives). This arrangement of repertoire was intended to further the argument that Dougherty's songs can stand up to more widely recognized works within the rich canon of American Art Song. The final program Dougherty and Copland, presented two song cycles, Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson (Copland) and Eglantine and Ivy, Dougherty's unpublished cycle of sonnets by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Rarities Volume I & Volume II is a two-album series collecting songs by The Who, released in 1983 on Polydor in the United Kingdom. The very first release in this series was a single LP titled Join Together - Rarities issued by Polydor in Australia and New Zealand in 1982. It had the same contents as the later released Rarities Volume II with the exception of a shorter version of "I Don't Even Know Myself".


A1 Shy One
A2 The Pasture
B1 Velvet Shoes
C1 Mein Lied Ertönt (I Sing My Song)
D1 In Dem Weiten Breiten, Luft'gen Leinenkleide (In His Wide And Ample Airy Linen Vesture)
D2 Darf Des Falken Schwinge (Cloudy Heights Of Tatra)
E1 Infidelite
E2 Mandoline-Melodie
F1 Le Manoir de Rosemonde (The Manor Of Rosemonde)
F2 Dans la Foret Du Charme (In The Enchanted Forest)
G1 Automne (Autumn)
H1 Voici Que Le Printemps (Spring Is Here)
H2 Le Paon (The Peacock)


Sung in German and French.