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Scarlatti - Tommasini / Bach - Walton, Robert Irving Conducts The Concert Arts Orchestra - Suite From 'The Good Humoured Ladies' Ballet / Suite From 'The Wise Virgins' Ballet Scarica Album
Classica
Interprete: Scarlatti - Tommasini / Bach - Walton, Robert Irving Conducts The Concert Arts Orchestra
Titolo: Suite From 'The Good Humoured Ladies' Ballet / Suite From 'The Wise Virgins' Ballet
Stile: Baroque, Modern
Anno 1966
Paese UK
Etichetta World Record Club
Numero di Catalogo ST. 569, T569
Genere: Classica
Valutazione: 4.7
Voti: 693
Dimensione Mp3: 2085 mb
Dimensione Flac: 2649 mb
Dimensione Wma: 2139 mb
Registra da: Vinyl, LP, Club Edition, Reissue, Stereo

Scarlatti - Tommasini / Bach - Walton, Robert Irving Conducts The Concert Arts Orchestra - Suite From 'The Good Humoured Ladies' Ballet / Suite From 'The Wise Virgins' Ballet Scarica Album

Tracklist

1Praise Be To God
2Lord, Hear My Longing
3The Wise Virgins Ballet Suite
Arranged By – Sir William WaltonComposed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
4Final Scene
5The Entrance Of Constanza And Mariuccia
6The Disguising Of Niccolo The Waiter
7The Entrance Of Battista
8What God Hath Done Is Rightly Done
9See What His Love Can Do
10Ah, How Ephemeral
11Sheep May Safely Graze
12The Good Humoured Ladies Ballet Suite
Arranged By – Vincenzo TommasiniComposed By – Domenico Scarlatti
13Constanza's Dance Of Sorrow

Versioni

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
P 8583The Concert Arts Orchestra, Robert Irving The Concert Arts Orchestra, Robert Irving - The Good Humored Ladies, The Wise Virgins ‎(LP, Mono)Capitol RecordsP 8583US1962
ST-4082, T/4082Scarlatti - Tommasini / Bach - Walton ; Robert Irving Conducts The Concert Arts Orchestra Scarlatti - Tommasini / Bach - Walton ; Robert Irving Conducts The Concert Arts Orchestra - Suite From 'The Good Humoured Ladies' Ballet / Suite From 'The Wise Virgins' Ballet ‎(LP, Album, Club)World Record Club, World Record ClubST-4082, T/4082Australia1966
CFP 137Scarlatti / Tommasini / Bach / Walton / Concert Arts Orchestra / Robert Irving Scarlatti / Tommasini / Bach / Walton / Concert Arts Orchestra / Robert Irving - The Good Humoured Ladies / The Wise Virgins ‎(LP, RE)Classics For PleasureCFP 137UKUnknown
T-4082, T/4082Scarlatti - Tommasini / Bach - Walton ; Robert Irving Conducts The Concert Arts Orchestra Scarlatti - Tommasini / Bach - Walton ; Robert Irving Conducts The Concert Arts Orchestra - Suite From 'The Good Humoured Ladies' Ballet / Suite From 'The Wise Virgins' Ballet ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Club)World Record Club, World Record ClubT-4082, T/4082Australia1966
SP 8583The Concert Arts Orchestra, Robert Irving The Concert Arts Orchestra, Robert Irving - The Good Humored Ladies, The Wise Virgins ‎(LP)Capitol RecordsSP 8583US1962

Crediti

  • ConductorRobert Irving
  • OrchestraThe Concert Arts Orchestra
  • Sleeve NotesRalph Harvey

Note

Stereo and mono releases have an identical sleeve displaying the (mono) catalog number T569.
On this stereo release, there is a "STEREO" sticker applied to the top of the sleeve back.
The stereo catalog number is only shown on the labels (ST. 569)

ⓒ W.R.C. 1966
Originally issued on Capitol SP 8583 in 1962

Codici a barre

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout): SW 8618-1G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout): SW 8619-1G
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Label): SW.8618
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Label): SW.8619

Codici a barre

  • Record Company – The World Record Club Limited
  • Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse

Album

The Wise Virgins. What God Hath Done is Rightly Done. Walton Scarlatti: The Good-Humoured Ladies Ballet Suite arr. Bach-Walton: The Wise Virgins, suite from the ballet. Franz Litschauer. Vienna State Opera Orchestra. The Good Humoured Ladies The Wise Virgins GlazunovScarlatti-TommasiniBach-Walton. Robert Irving. Concert Arts Symphony Orchestra. Capitol P-8583 EMI Classics 65911 Angel Records. Apr 4-6, 1961. Listen free to Concert Arts Orchestra Scarlatti: The Good Humoured Ladies - Bach: The Wise Virgins The Good Humoured Ladies Ballet Suite: The Entrance of Constanza Mariuccia, The Good Humoured Ladies Ballet Suite: The Entrance of Battista and more. 11 tracks 35:53. Stravinsky: Ballet Suite from The Firebird & Agon - New York City Ballet Orchestra, Robert Irving, Igor Stravinsky. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Albums-FREE Classical Bach - Walton, Scarlatti - Tommasini - The Cleveland Orchestra, Louis Lane - The Wise Virgins Ballet Suite, The Good-Humoured Ladies Ballet Suite. Bach - Walton, Scarlatti - Tommasini - The Cleveland Orchestra, Louis Lane - The Wise Virgins Ballet Suite, The Good-Humoured Ladies Ballet Suite. Bach Baroque Modern 1972 US. Singer: Bach. Vladimir Golschmann, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra - The Red Shoes Ballet, Sylvia Ballet Suite, Coppélia Ballet Suite, Invitation To The Dance. Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky - Russian National Orchestra, Vladimir Jurowski - Tchaikovsky: Suite No. 3 In G, Op. The Good-Humoured Ladies Le donne de buon umore is a ballet with scenery and costumes by Léon Bakst, choreography by Léonide Massine, and music arranged from sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti by Vincenzo Tommasini. Written in 1917, the piece was based on a comedy by Carlo Goldoni its plot concerns the diversions of a count disguised as a woman, at a carnival. It was produced in Rome in April 1917 by Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes. Copland & Bernstein: American Ballet - Concert Arts Orchestra, Robert Irving. The Good-Humored Ladies: Presto from Sonata in G, L. The Good-Humored Ladies: Allegro Sonata in D, L. The Good-Humored Ladies: Andante Sonata in B Minor, L. This performance is hard to resist. Robert Irving had a reputation as a ballet conductor. His mood and tempo in the Seasons is hard to this is a ballet the ballerinas would not have a problem dancing to this music. Irving was one of the ballet podium's greats and it shows to full effect here. The star is the Glazounov, richly, rythmically detailed-you can almost hear all the on-stage hoofing