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Count John McCormack - The Years Of Triumph album

Count John McCormack - The Years Of Triumph album
Performer: Count John McCormack
Title: The Years Of Triumph
Released: 1979
Style: Romantic, Modern, Religious
Genre: Classical / Country - World
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 483
Formats: VOX ADX MPC APE WMA AIFF FLAC
MP3 size: 1854 mb
FLAC size: 1306 mb

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Donizetti And Rossini
A1 Donizetti* La Favorita - Spirto Gentil Ne'sogni Miei
A2 Donizetti* L' Elisir D'amore - Una Furtiva Lagrima
A3 Donizetti* Lucia di Lammermoor - Fra Poco A Me Ricovero
A4 Donizetti* Lucia di Lammermoor - Tu Che A Dio Spiegasti L'ali
A5 Donizetti* La Figilia Del Reggimento - Per Viver Vicino A Maria
A6 Rossini* Li Marinari (Duet With G. Maria Sommarco, Bar.)
Baritone Vocals – G. Mario Sammarco*
A7 Rossini* Mira Nla Bianca Luna (Duet With Emmy Estinn, Sop.)
Soprano Vocals – Emmy Destinn
A8 Rossini* Il Barbiere - O, Il Meglio Mi Scordavo! (w. Sommarco)
Baritone Vocals – Sammarco*
Verdi
B1 Verdi* Aida - Celeste Aida, Forma Divina
B2 Verdi* Aida - Tutto E Finito O Terra Addio (w. Lucille Marsh, S.)
Soprano Vocals – Lucille Marsh*
B3 Verdi* La Traviata - Lunga de Lei... de Miei Bollenti Spiriti
B4 Verdi* La Traviata - Parigi, O Cara Noi Asceremo (w. Lucrezia Bori, S.)
Soprano Vocals – Lucrezia Bori
B5 Verdi* Rigoletto - Questa O Quella Per Mi Pari Sono
B6 Verdi* Rigoletto - La Donna E è Mobile
B7 Verdi* Rigoletto - Bella Figlia Dell'amore (Quaretet). (with Dame Nellie Melba, Sop./Edna Thornton, Con./G. Sammarco.bar.)
Baritone Vocals – Mario Sammarco*Contralto Vocals – Edna ThorntonSoprano Vocals – Dame Nellie Melba*
B8 Verdi* Rigoletto - Bella Figlia Dell'amore (Quartet). (with Lucrzezia Bori, Sop./Josephine Jacoby, Con./Reinald Werrenrath, Bar.)
Baritone Vocals – Reinald WerrenrathContralto Vocals – Josephine JacobySoprano Vocals – Lucrezia Bori
Miscellaneous Operatic
C1 Puccini* La Bohème - Che Gelida Manina
C2 Puccini* La Bohème - O Soave Fanciulla (w. Lucrezia Bori, Sop.)
Soprano Vocals – Lucrezia Bori
C3 Puccini* La Bohème - A, Mimi Tu Più Non Torni (w. Sammarco)
Baritone Vocals – Sammarco*
C4 Boito* Mefistofele - Dai Campi, Dai Prati
C5 Boito* Mefistofele - Giuntu Sui Passo Estremo (Epilogue)
C6 Ponchielli* La Gioconda - Recit...O Grido di Quett'anima (with G. Mario Sammarco, Bar.)
Baritone Vocals – G. Mario Sammarco*
C7 Benedict* The Lilly Of Killarney - The Moon Hath Raised Her Lamp Above (with Reinald Werrenrath, Bar.)
Baritone Vocals – Reinald Werrenrath
C8 Balfe* The Bohemian Girl - When Other Lips And Other Hearts
C9 Wallace* Maritana - There Is A Flower That Bloometh
French Opera
D1 Gounod* Faust - Salve Dimora, Castae Pura
D2 Gounod* Faust - Alerta! Alerta! (trio) (w. Dame Nellie Melba, S./G. Mario Sammarco, Bar.)
Baritone Vocals – G. Mario Sammarco*Soprano Vocals – Dame Nellie Melba*
D3 Bizet* I Pescatori di Perle - Del Tempio Al Limitar (w. Sammarco)
Baritone Vocals – Sammarco*
D4 Bizet* I Pescatori di Perle - Mi Par D'udir Ancora
D5 Massenet* Manon - Chiudo Gli Occhi
D6 Delibes* Lakmé - Vieni Al Contento Profondo
D7 Bizet* Carmen - Parle-moi de Ma Mére (w. Lucille Marsh, Sop.)
Soprano Vocals – Lucille Marsh*
D8 Bizet* Carmen - Il Fior Che Avevi A Me Tu Dato (Flower Song)
D9 Mehul* Joseph In Egypt - Champs Paternels! Hébron Douce Valée
D10 Messager* Fortunio - J'aimais la Vieille Maison Grise
D11 Bizet* I Pescatori de Perle - Del'tempio Al Limitar (w. Sammarco)
Baritone Vocals – Sammarco*
McCormack and Kreisler I
E1 Braga* Angel's Serenade
E2 Laroux* Le Nil (The Nile)
E3 Godard* Jocelyn - Beneath The Quivering Leaves
E4 Schubert* Ave Maria, Op. 52, No. 6
E5 Bach* Ave Maria
Arranged By – Gounod*
E6 Schubert* Serenade (Softly Through The Night Calling)
E7 Mascagni* Cavalleria Rusticana - Ave Maria
E8 Moszkowski* Serenata
E9 De Curtis* Carmé (Canto Sorrentino)
McCormack And Kreisler (II)
F1 Bohm* Still As The Night, Deep As The Sea (Op. 326, No. 27)
F2 Raff* Serenade
F3 Offenbach* Tales Of Hoffmann - Beauteous Night, Oh Night Of Love
F4 Kramer* The Last Hour
F5 Rachmaninoff* When Night Descends, Op. 4 No. 3
F6 Rachmaninoff* O Cease The Singing Maiden Fair, Op. 4, No. 4
F7 Rachmaninoff* Before My Window Stands A Flowering Cherry Tree, Op. 26, No. 10
F8 Rachmaninoff* To The Children, Op. 26, No. 7
F9 Richard Strauss Morgen ! (tomorrow !) Op. 27, No. 4
F10 Larchet* Padraic The Fiddiler
F11 Trad. Irish Melody* I Saw From The Beach
Lieder And Arias
G1 Mozart* Don Giovanni - Il Mio Tesoro Intanto Andante A Consolar !
G2 Mozart* Ridente la Calma (Concert Aria, K. 152)
G3 Brahms* Die Mainacht, Op. 42, No. 2 (The May Night)
G4 Brahms* In Waldeseinsamkeit, Op. 85, No. 6 (In Forest Solitude)
G5 Brahms* Komm Bald, Op. 97, No. 5 (Come Soon)
G6 Brahms* Feldeinsamkeit, Op. 86, No. 2 (Alone In The Fields)
G7 Wolf* Mörike Lieder - Wo Find Ich Trost? (Where Shall I Find)
G8 Wolf* Mörike Lider - Schlafendes Jesuskind (Sleeping Christchild)
G9 Rachmaninoff* How Fair This Spot, Op. 21, No. 7
G10 Rachmaninoff* To The Children, Op. 24, No. 7
G11 Tchaikowsky* None But A Lonely Heart, Op. 6, No. 6
Schubert And Richard Strauss
H1 Strauss* Du Meines Herzens Kronelein, Op. 21, No. 2 (My Heart Is Crowned)
H2 Strauss* Allerseelen, Op. 10, No. 8 (All Soul's Day)
H3 Schubert* Die Liebe Hat Gelogen, Op. 23/1 (I Love Has Lied)
H4 Schubert* Du Bist Die Ruh, D. 776 (You Are At Rest)
H5 Schubert* Who Is Sylvia ? Op. 106, No. 4
H6 Schubert* Die Liebe Hat Gelogen, Op. 23/1 (Love Has Lied)
H7 Schubert* Ave Maria, Op. 52, No. 6
H8 Schubert* Schwanengesang, No. 4 - Serenade
H9 Schubert* Hola Night And To The Lyre
H10 Schubert* Hark! Hark! The Lark! And Who Is Sylvia?
H11 Schubert* The Hurdy-gurdy Man And Farewell
Sacred Music
I1 J. -B. Faure* The Crucifix (Duet) (w. Reinald Werrenrath, Bar.)
Baritone Vocals – Reinald Werrenrath
I2 Allitsen* The Lord Is My Light And My Salvation (Psalm 27)
I3 Sullivan* The Lost Chord
I4 Martin* The Holy Child (Away In A Manger)
I5 Seaver* Just For Today
I6 J. -B. Faure* The Palms (Les Rameaux)
I7 Hageman* Christ Went Up Into The Hills Alone
I8 Franck* La Procession (Dieu S'avance à Travers Les Champs!)
I9 Franck* Panis Angelicus (fr. Messe Solonelle, Op. 12)
I10 Portugal* Adeste Fidelis
Collected Rarities
J1 Handel* Semel - O Sleep! Why Dost Thou Leave Me?
J2 Handel* Atalanta - Come, My Beloved (Care Selve)
J3 Wolf-Ferrari* I Gioielli Della Madonna - T'eri Un Giorno Ammalato (with Louise Kikby Lunn, Contralto)
Contralto Vocals – Louise Kirkby Lunn*
J4 Donaudy* Luoghi Sereni E Cari (The Dearest Place)
J5 Donaudy* Luoghi Sereni E Cari (the Dearest Place)
J6 Trad. German* All Mein Gedanken (All My Thanks)
Arranged By – Karg-Elert*
J7 Bantock* Love's Secret
J8 Bantock* Songs From The Chinese Poets, 2/2 - A Dream Of Spring
J9 Bantock* Songs From Chinese Poets, 2/3 - Desolation
J10 Ford* Musick Of Sundrie Kindes - Since First I Saw Your Face (O.E. 1607)
J11 Donaudy* O Del Mio Amato Ben (Oh, Of My Lost Beloved I Sing)
Personal Favourites Of McCormack
K1 Lotti* Pur Dicesti, O Bocca, Bocca, Bella (Your Beautiful Lips)
K2 Kramer* Swans (Creator Record)
K3 Sterndale Bennett* Take, Oh Take Those Lips Away
K4 Trad. Old English* Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
K5 Marshall* When Shadows Gather (Creator Record)
K6 Marshall* I Hear You Calling Me (Creator Record)
K7 Judge* / Williams* It's A Long Way To Tipperary
K8 Novello* Keep The Home Fires Burning
K9 Herbert* Natoma - No Country Can My Own Outvie (Cr. Rec.)
K10 Wagner* Die Meistersinger: Morning Was Gleaming (Prize Song)
Songs Of Sentiment
L1 Buzzi-Peccia* Lolita (Serenata Espagnol)
L2 Stephen Adams Thora
L3 Traditional Moore
Written-By – Moore*
L4 Sullivan* Onward! Christian Soldiers
L5 Robert Franz Widmung, Op. 14, No. 1 (O Thank Me Not)
L6 Schumann* Sangers Trost Op. 127/1 (The Singer's Consolation)
L7 Aitken* Marie, My Girl
L8 Trotere* Asthore (Darling)
L9 Molloy* The Kerry Dance
L10 Merikanto* A Fairy Story By The Fire
L11 Chaminade* The Little Silver Ring
L12 Quilter* Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal, Op. 3, No. 2
L13 Traditional Kitty Me Love Will You Marry Me?
Arranged By – Herbert Hughes

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Pavilion Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – Δ 3391
  • Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – Δ 3392
  • Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – Δ 3393
  • Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – Δ 3394
  • Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – Δ 3395
  • Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – Δ 3396

Credits

  • Directed By – Sir Landon Ronald* (tracks: B7), Nathaniel Shilkret (tracks: G7 to G11), Victor Herbert (tracks: K9)
  • Grand Piano [Begleitung] – Edwin Schneider (tracks: D10, E8, E9, F1 to F11, G 2 to G7, G9 to G11, G1 to G6, I8, I9, J3 to J5, J8 to J10, K1, K2, L1, L 5, L6, L13), Ludwig Schwab (tracks: E10), Vincent O'Brien (tracks: E1 to E7)
  • Liner Notes [Booklet] – Brian Fawcett-Johnston
  • Orchestra – New Symphony Orchestra* (tracks: B7), Victor Salon Group* (tracks: G7 to G11)
  • Organ – Reginald Goss-Custard (tracks: I9)
  • Production Manager [co-ordinated] – Charles Haynes
  • Tenor Vocals – Count John McCormack*
  • Violin – Fritz Kreisler (tracks: E1 to E9, F1 to F11)

Notes

Historic recordings from 1904 - 1928 (Shellac)
Booklet 11 pages

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): GEMM 155 A-1 Δ 3391
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): GEMM 155 B-1 Δ 3391
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): GEMM 156 A-1 Δ 3392
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): GEMM 156 B-1 Δ 3392
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): GEMM 157 A-1 Δ 3393
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): GEMM 157 B-1 Δ 3393
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): GEMM 158 A-1 Δ 3394
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): GEMM 158 B-1 Δ 3394
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): GEMM 159 A-1 Δ 3395
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): GEMM 159 B-1 Δ 3395
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): GEMM 160 A-1 Δ 3396
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): GEMM 160 B-1 Δ 3396

Tenor Vocals – Count John McCormack. Violin – Fritz Kreisler (tracks: E1 to E9, F1 to F11).

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Triumph is the fourteenth studio album by the Jacksons, released in 1980 on Epic Records. It was certified platinum in the . and peaked at No. 10 on the Billboard 200. The Triumph album sold three million copies in its original run. Hit singles from the album were "Lovely One", "Heartbreak Hotel" (which was renamed "This Place Hotel" to avoid confusion with the Elvis Presley song of the same name) and "Can You Feel It".

John McCormack may refer to: John MacCormac (1791–1865), Irish timber merchant. John McCormack (tenor) (1884–1945), Irish tenor. John W. McCormack (1891–1980), politician from Massachusetts, Speaker of the House of Representatives, 1962–1971. John Edward McCormack (1917–1953), lawyer and political figure in Saskatchewan. Cec McCormack or John Cecil McCormack (1922–1995), English footballer. John McCormack (ice hockey) (1925–2017), Canadian ice hockey player.

John Francis McCormack, KSG, KSS, KHS (14 June 1884 – 16 September 1945) was an Irish tenor, celebrated for his performances of the operatic and popular song repertoires, and renowned for his diction and breath control. He was also a Papal Count. He became a naturalised American citizen before returning to live in Ireland

Count John McCormack, who died in September 1945, gave his farewell recital at the Royal Albert Hall, London in 1938, but the war brought him out of retirement to sing to the troops, broadcast to the nation and make records that would help cheer the dark days. The year 1941, when the majority of these songs were recorded, had its full quota. Brian Fawcett-Johnston’s insert-notes recall that November 6th, on which McCormack made his recording of Parry’s Jerusalem, was nominated by A. J. P. Taylor the worst day of the Second World War. At the mid hour of night. Charles Villiers Stanford Composer. John McCormack (ten). A) Cycle of Love Songs, When I awake. Ellen Wright Composer. Down by the Salley Gardens.

Count John McCormack and my grandfather, Michael Coyle, lived close to each other as young children. Their modest homes were on the Connacht side of Athlone town, in the center of Ireland, along the banks of the beautiful river Shannon. They lived as young boys in a country that had just survived a dreadful famine-a famine which resulted in a great many Irish people having to emigrate to America. Even by today’s standards, Count John McCormack was a true superstar. His wonderful voice and great charisma captivated his audiences worldwide, and particularly at his concerts in America. Hopefully, there will be jobs here for them in the coming years, should they wish to return to Ireland.

Count McCormack was born in Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland, the fourth of eleven children of Andrew McCormack and Hannah Watson on 14 June 1884, and was baptised in St. Mary's Church, Athlone, on 23 June 1884. His parents were employed at the Athlone Woollen Mills. McCormack received his early education from the Marist Brothers in Athlone, and he later attended Summerhill College, Sligo. He sang in the choir of the old St. Peters church in Athlone under his choirmaster Michael Kilkelly. When the family moved to Dublin, he sang in the choir of St Mary's Pro-Cathedral where he was.

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