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Author/creator Marsh, Natasha performer.
Format Electronic, Audio (Streaming), and Musical Sound Recording
Publication Info[Place of publication not identified] : EMI UK, [2007]
Description1 online resource.
Supplemental Content Access restricted to subscribers
Other author/creatorBacalov, Luis composer.
Other author/creatorCanteloube, Joseph, 1879-1957, composer.
Other author/creatorCatalani, Alfredo, 1854-1893 composer.
Other author/creatorDelibes, Léo, 1836-1891 composer.
Other author/creatorFauré, Gabriel, 1845-1924 composer.
Other author/creatorKosma, Joseph, 1905-1969 composer.
Other author/creatorLeon, Craig, 1952- composer.
Other author/creatorMacColl, Ewan composer.
Other author/creatorMercer, Johnny, 1909-1976 composer.
Other author/creatorMomont, Frédéric, composer.
Other author/creatorMonteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643 composer.
Other author/creatorPrévert, Jacques, 1900-1977, composer.
Other author/creatorRutter, John, 1945- composer.
Other author/creatorSatie, Erik, 1866-1925 composer.
Series Classical music library
Contents Si un jour (theme from "Jean de Florette") / Petit -- Gymnopedia No. 1 / Satie -- La Wally (Ebben? Ne andro lontano) / Catalani -- Ai giochi addio (love theme from "Romeo & Juliet") / Nino ; Morante -- Autumn leaves / Kosma -- Mi mancherai (theme from "Il Postimo") / Bacalov -- Chanson d'amour / Faure -- He moves, and eyes follow / Webb -- The First time ever I saw your face / MacColl -- Et misericordia (Magnificat) / Rutter -- La Delaissado (Songs of the Auvergne) / Canteloube (de Calaret) -- Pur ti miro / Monteverdi ; (featuring Fernando Lima) -- Les Filles de Cadiz / Delibes -- Vocalise / Rachmaninov.
General notePreviously released as a compact disc.
General noteTitle from resource description page (viewed May 1, 2012).
Performer Composers include: Jacques Prévert ; Léo Delibes ; Frédéric Momont ; Luis Bacalov ; Gabriel Fauré ; Craig Leon ; Ewan MacColl ; John Rutter ; Erik Satie ; Alfredo Catalani ; Joseph Kosma ; Joseph Canteloube ; Johnny Mercer ; Claudio Monteverdi.
Performer Natasha Marsh, soprano ; and various artists.
Reproduction noteElectronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2012. (Classical music library). Available via World Wide Web.
LanguageSung in French, Italian or Latin.
Genre/formSound recordings.

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