Tracklist

CD 1
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1When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: Prelude
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: Prelude (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith4:01
2When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: I. When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
baritone vocals:
William Stone (american baritone) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
choir vocals:
Atlanta Symphony Chorus (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: I. When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith4:34
3When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: II. Arioso. In the Swamp
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Jan DeGaetani (mezzo-soprano) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: II. Arioso. In the Swamp (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith2:22
4When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: III. March. Over the Breast of Spring
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
baritone vocals:
William Stone (american baritone) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
choir vocals:
Atlanta Symphony Chorus (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: III. March. Over the Breast of Spring (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith6:16
5When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: IV. O Western Orb
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
baritone vocals:
William Stone (american baritone) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
choir vocals:
Atlanta Symphony Chorus (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: IV. O Western Orb (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith2:06
6When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: V. Arioso. Sing On, There in the Swamp
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Jan DeGaetani (mezzo-soprano) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: V. Arioso. Sing On, There in the Swamp (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith1:51
7When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: VI. Song. O How Shall I Warble
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
baritone vocals:
William Stone (american baritone) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
choir vocals:
Atlanta Symphony Chorus (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: VI. Song. O How Shall I Warble (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith3:32
8When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: VII. Introduction and Fugue. Lo! Body and Soul
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
choir vocals:
Atlanta Symphony Chorus (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: VII. Introduction and Fugue. Lo! Body and Soul (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith5:23
9When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: VIII. Sing On! You Gray-Brown Bird
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
baritone vocals:
William Stone (american baritone) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Jan DeGaetani (mezzo-soprano) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: VIII. Sing On! You Gray-Brown Bird (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith10:02
10When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: IX. Death Carol. Come, Lovely and Soothing Death
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
choir vocals:
Atlanta Symphony Chorus (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: IX. Death Carol. Come, Lovely and Soothing Death (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith7:30
11When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: X. To the Tally of My Soul
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
baritone vocals:
William Stone (american baritone) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
choir vocals:
Atlanta Symphony Chorus (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: X. To the Tally of My Soul (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith6:27
12When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: XI. Finale. Passing the Visions
recording engineer:
Jack Renner (engineer for Telarc)
producer:
Robert Woods (classical producer)
baritone vocals:
William Stone (american baritone) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
choir vocals:
Atlanta Symphony Chorus (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
orchestra:
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
conductor:
Robert Shaw (conductor) (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recorded at:
Atlanta Symphony Hall in Atlanta, Georgia, United States (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
recording of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd: XI. Finale. Passing the Visions (from 1986-03-31 until 1986-04-01)
lyricist:
Walt Whitman (19th c. American poet, essayist, and journalist)
composer:
Paul Hindemith (German composer, 1895-1963) (in 1946)
part of:
When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd
Paul Hindemith8:24