Soprano Vocals – Alma Gluck.
Alma Gluck (May 11, 1884 – October 27, 1938) was a Romanian-born American soprano. Gluck was born as Reba Feinsohn to a Jewish family in Iași, Romania, the daughter of Zara and Leon Feinsohn. Gluck moved to the United States at a young age. Although her initial success came at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, Gluck later concertized widely in America and became an early recording artist.
23. The Bird of the Wilderness. 25. Long Ago, Sweetheart Mine. 26. A Maid Sings Light. 27. From the Land of the Sky Blue Water. Audio CD (October 14, 1997). Number of Discs: 2. Label: Marston.
Alma Gluck (Reba Fiersohn) (1884–1938) was a Romanian-born soprano who, after working seven seasons for the Metropolitan Opera, devoted the remainder of her career to recording and concertizing. She recorded the first of over 150 titles for Victor in 1911. Her best-known disc was "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny. She was married to violinist Efrem Zimbalist, who often accompanied her on records. Soprano vocal solo, with violin and piano. Vocalist - Soprano vocal. One sweetly solemn thought. Vocal duet (soprano and contralto), with orchestra. Alma Gluck; Louise Homer. The song of the chimes. Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra.
Album Songs of Experience. A Cradle Song Lyrics. Sweet dreams form a shade, O'er my lovely infants head. Sweet dreams of pleasant streams, By happy silent moony beams. About A Cradle Song. From Blake’s Songs of Innocence. published in 1794, this was one of the series of poems which present an idealised world, in contrast to the harsh realities of late 18th and early 19th Century life during the time of King George III, known - ironically given the terrible social conditions of the time - as the Romantic Era. Each poem in the Songs of Innocence category is matched by a grim portrayal in Songs of Experience. The contrast is Blake’s method of social protest. The song is essentially a lullaby in praise of the mother-child bond. Children were viewed by Blake.
This song was playing whilst I was being born (literally I'm 14) and think I will forever be a cradle of filth fan for the rest of my life thanks to this, one of the most amazing songs ever. This song is pure poetry. Very underrated song. People think this is scream but this is full of magic, excellent literature and this is 6 minutes full of madness. 5 From the Cradle to Enslave. This song perfectly bridges CoF's earlier gothic splendour and later experimental stage. Cradle should be ashamed of this song, especially to be put on such a great album. I think this should be more higher on the list. 33 Principle of Evil Made Flesh. This song doesn't get enough love. The middle of the composition is unrivaled in its intensity "
Alma Gluck Sings "Le Bonheur Est Chose Légère," From The Silver Bell 1914. on Mar 03, 2013 by Edmund StAustell. Alma Gluck Sings "Liuba's Aria" from Rimsky Korsakov's "Tsar's Bride" 1913. on Jun 17, 2011 by Edmund StAustell. Alma Gluck sings "Perfect Prayer". on Jan 16, 2011 by mabuo16. Alma Gluck - Nightingale Song (1916). on Jul 14, 2016 by CatsPjamas1. Soprano Alma Gluck ~ My Old Kentucky Home (1916). on Jan 19, 2010 by CurzonRoad. The Best of soprano Alma Gluck (1911-1918) vo. sari gelin wav format yeni hayat album. henrik olsson stay near.
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Written By – Worrell
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
- Soprano Vocals – Alma Gluck