Kurt Weill - Lost In The Stars album FLAC
Introduction from – Steve Weisberg - 00:00 "The Ballad of Mac The Knife" (from The Threepenny Opera) – Sting and Dominic Muldowney - . .
It was executive-produced by Hal Willner and John Telfer, and produced by Hal Willner and Paul M. Young. Introduction from – Steve Weisberg. The Ballad of Mack The Knife" (from The Threepenny Opera) – Sting and Dominic Muldowney. The Cannon Song" (from The Threepenny Opera) – The Fowler Brothers and Stan Ridgway.
Zorn, Lou Reed, Carla Bley, Tom Waits, Charlie Haden, and more. Interesting to note that in 1998, Marianne Faithfull would release a disc, The Seven Deadly Sins, featuring her performing music by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill. For that great artist, this type of material is a perfect fit.
So the Lord God hunted through the white night air For the little dark star on the wind down there And he stated and promised To take special care So it wouldn't get lost again
B the Star – Lose Yourself. Tarja – Lost Northern Star.
Vocal with Orchestra; Deccalite. Digitized from a shellac record, at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. is the equalized version recorded with the . mil truncated conical stylus, and has been copied to have the more friendly filename. Matrix number: L3665AA Catalog number: DU 40001.
The film was produced and released as part of the American Film Theatre, which adapted theatrical works for a subscription-driven cinema series.
24 Songs, 1 Hour 24 Minutes. Lotte Lenya Sings Kurt Weill - The Seven Deadly Sins, Berlin Theatre Songs. Weill: The Three Penny Opera, Mahagonny (Selections). Rise And Fall Of The City Of Mahagonny. Sings Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht. Weill: The Threepenny Opera.
|1||The Hills Of Ixopo|
|2||Thousands Of Miles|
|3||Train To Johannesburg - Reprise: Thousands Of Miles - The Search|
|4||The Little Gray House|
|5||Who'll Buy? - Trouble Man|
|6||Murder In Parkwold - Fear|
|1||Lost In The Stars|
|2||O Tixo, Tixo, Help Me|
|4||Cry, The Beloved Country|
|5||Big Mole - Chapel Scene|
|6||A Bird Of Passage - Reprise: Thousands Of Miles|
NotesA Musical Play based on Alan Paton's novel "Cry, the beloved Country".
Words by Maxwell Anderson
Music by Kurt Weill
Production directed by RoubenMamoulian
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