Old Folks At Home - Arrangement Of A Song By Stephen Collins Foster For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra. The American Flag, Op 102 - Cantata For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra. 11. I. The Colors Of The Flag. Composed By – Antonín Dvořák (tracks: 1 to 9, 11 to 16), Stephen Collins Foster (tracks: 10). Conductor – Vladimír Válek. Orchestra – Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Antonín Dvořák: Collected Works. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. The American Flag (. 77). Sacred Choral Works: Psalm 149, O. 9. Te Deum, O. 03 (. 76). x, 73 p. Plate H 4522. The Old Folks at Home (S. Foster), arr. (. 05).
for soprano, bass, chorus and orchestra. sacred cantata after the Latin hymn attributed to Nicetas of Remesiana. for contralto, tenor, bass, chorus and orchestra. secular cantata after a poem by Joseph Rodman Drake. Suite in A major "American". for soprano, bass-baritone, chorus and orchestra. arrangement of Stephen Foster's song.
Antonín Dvořák's Humoresque No. 7, written in the 1890s, is musically similar and is sometimes played along with "Old Folks at Home. The Library of Congress's National Jukebox presents a version with soprano Alma Gluck and violinist Efrem Zimbalist, S. .20/20 is the 15th studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released on February 10, 1969. The LP was named for being their 20th overall album release. Much of it consists of outtakes from earlier albums. The song "Old Folks at Home" was written in 1851 by Stephen Foster. It was the biggest hit song of the 19th Century. It became known by the single word name "Swanee".
State song of Florida.
The music includes Dvorak's American 'calling card' - his Scherzo capriccioso, his carnival-like Te Deum and a particular oddity - his cantata The American Flag, written to a fiercely patriotic text and rarely heard since its composition. Scherzo capriccioso, Op 66 Los Angeles Philharmonic Andre Previn (conductor) TELARC CD80206 - Tr 5. Te Deum, Op 103 Marina Meshcheriakova (soprano) Sergei Miasnikov (bass) Russian State Symphonic Cappella Russian State Symphony Orchestra Valery Poliansky (conductor) CHANDOS CHAN9505 - Trs 7-10.
The Te Deum (from its incipit, Te deum laudamus "Thee, O God, we praise") is a Latin Christian hymn composed in the 4th century. It is one of the core hymns of the Ambrosian hymnal, which spread throughout the Latin Church with the Milanese Rite in the 6th to 8th centuries, and is sometimes known as "the Ambrosian Hymn", even though authorship by Saint Ambrose is unlikely. The term Te Deum can also refer to a short religious service, held to bless an event or give thanks, which is based upon the hymn.
Te Deum for Soli, Choir and Orchestra, Op. 103 (. 76), II. Lento maestoso (Tu Rex gloriae). 7. Te Deum for Soli, Choir and Orchestra, Op. 76), III. Vivace. 8. 76), IV. Lento. 1. String Quartet No. 12 in F major American, Op. 96 (. 79), I. Allegro ma non troppo. 2. 79), II. 3. 79), III. Molto vivace.
|Te Deum, Op 103 - Cantata For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra||(18:21)|
|1||I. Allegro Moderato, Maestoso||5:36|
|2||II. Lento Maestoso||5:00|
|Suite In A Major, "American", Op 98b||(19:54)|
|6||II. Molto Vivace||4:26|
|10||Old Folks At Home - Arrangement Of A Song By Stephen Collins Foster For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra||5:10|
|The American Flag, Op 102 - Cantata For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra||(19:31)|
|11||I. The Colors Of The Flag||5:15|
|12||II. Apostrophe To The Eagle||3:36|
|13||III. First Apostrophe To The Flag||3:41|
|14||IV. Second Apostrophe To The Flag||2:04|
|15||V. Third Apostrophe To The Flag||2:30|
|16||VI. Finale - Prophetic||2:25|