A Radical In A Suit And Tie - Charles Ives

A Radical In A Suit And Tie
The music of Charles Ives is a cultural sourcebook of America at the beginning of the twentieth century. He took the evangelical hymns, the college songs, melodies of the dance hall, the tunes of small town bands and the sounds of village life and shaped them into musical works that are at one familiar and of startling originality. Long considered to be unplayable, his musical juxtapositions would prove to be enormously influential inform such kaleidoscopic inventions as Van Dyke Parks' Song Cycle and the Beach Boys' Smile. Ives today is regarded as a greatly original, immensely creative composer, who gave new dimensions to the vast and varied heritage of America’s music. A true American Original who marched to a different beat. Ives audience stretches beyond classical into the modern avant-garde fields of Cage, Varese and Stockhausen. He is very collectable and none of the pieces that comprise our edition have ever been re-released or restored digitally.
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Three Places In New England (1903-1914) - The "Saint Gaudens" in Boston Common (Col. Shaw and His Colored Regiment) / General Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut / The Housatonic at Stockbridge The American Recording Society Orchestra Walter Hendl, Conductor / SYMPHONY No. 3: The Camp Meeting (1904-1911) -Old Folks Gatherin' (Andante maestoso) / Children's Day (Allegro) / Communion (Largo) - National Gallery Orchestra Richard Bales, Conductor / Piano Sonata No. 1 (1902-1909) / Adagio con moto / Allegro moderato / Largo; Allegro / Allegro / Andante Maestoso William Masselos, Piano
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The World Of Sabu
Released 18/08/08. Selar Shaik Sabu made his first film appearance in 1937 as a 12-year-old orphan, having landed the title role in Elephant Boy purely by chance after being plucked from Indian obscurity by a British location crew. His rise to international stardom was swift and dramatic with leading roles in Alexander Korda’s productions The Thief of Bagdad and Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book. But by the time he appeared in Powell & Pressburger’s Black Narcissus in 1947 that stardom was already guttering, and during the remaining 16 years of his tragically short life he was obliged to accept increasingly minor roles that mostly traded on former glories.

Yet during those ten extraordinary years Sabu illuminated the screen in a way that remains without precedent. The renowned Hungarian film composer Miklos Rozsa wrote the scores for The Thief of Bagdad and Kipling’s Jungle Book. Our edition restores them to the catalogue for the first time in decades. Sabu narrates the Jungle book to Rozsa’s music in character as Mowgli. The result is charming.

The recordings were originally released as a set of four 78 rpm discs in 1940. The first ever film soundtrack album Black Narcissus is classic Powell and Pressburger; The Archers at the height of their powers. A triumph of artistry in cinema to which Sabu contributes the memorable role of the young general.
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