Florence Foster Jenkins / Jenny Williams And Thomas Burns ‎– The Glory (????) Of The Human Voice

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RCA ‎– LM 2597-C
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Mozart* The Magic Flute - Die Zauberföte: Queen Of The Night Aria - Der Hölle Rache
Composed By – Mozart*
A2 Liadoff* The Musical Snuff-Box
Composed By – Liadoff*Lyrics By [English Version] – Adele Epstein
A3 McMoon* Like A Bird
Composed By – McMoon*Lyrics By [Words By] – Mme. Jenkins*
A4 Delibes* Lakmé: Bell Song - Glöckchenarie
Composed By – Delibes*
A5 David* The Pearl Of Brazil: Charmant Oiseau
Composed By – David*
A6 Bach* - Pavlovich* Biassy
Composed By – Pavlovich*, Bach*Lyrics By – Pushkin*
A7 Johann Strauss, Jr.* Die Fledermaus: Adele's Laughing Song - Mein Herr Marquis
Composed By – Johann Strauss, Jr.*Lyrics By [English] – Lorraine Noël Finley
A Faust Travesty - "Faust" In English
B1 Gounod* Valentine's Aria (Ere I Leave My Native Land)
Composed By – Gounod*
B2 Gounod* Jewel Song (O Heavenly Jewels)
Composed By – Gounod*
B3 Gounod* Salut, Demeure (Emotions Strange)
Composed By – Gounod*
B4 Gounod* Final Trio (My Heart Is Overcome With Terror)
Composed By – Gounod*

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A1: (In German) | A2: (English version) | A4: (In French) | A5: (with flute and piano) (In French) | A6: (based on Bach Prelude XVI) (In Russian) | A7: (Englisch version)
B1 to B4: with Piano Accompaniment | B4: (sung as a duet)

© 1962, Radio Corporation of America
Made in Germany by TELDEC »Telefunken-Decca« Schallpl.-Ges.mbH., from Master Recordings of RCA

A: Contr. Copyr. GEMA BIEM
B: Contr. Copyr.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): M 2 RP-1669
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): M 2 RP-1670
  • Rights Society (Side A): GEMA BIEM

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Bradx

Bradx

March 31, 2015
Great fun. She did it because she could (and presumably had the funds to carry it off). Kudos to RCA for putting it out.
On another forum (which will go unmentioned) there was a thread about 'what record would you take to a desert island'. Most suggestions were of the Dark Side Of the Moon variety... unimaginative to say the least.... so I proclaimed this album as my desert island listening of choice. Cue astonished outcry from the Pink Floyders. It's true though - I would rather listen to this than any of their terrible dirges. FFJ was a class act.