Night and day
|Format:||Music CD 1991|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsJubilee. Begin the beguine (6:51)
Rosalie. In the still of the night (4:12)
Born to dance. Easy to love (5:26)
Greenwich Village follies : sixth yearly edition. Two little babes in the wood (5:49)
Something for the boys. When my baby goes to town (4:39)
Hitchy-koo 1919. When I had a uniform on (3:32)
Born to dance. I've got you under my skin (5:14)
Hitchy-koo 1919. Bring me back my butterfly (2:35)
Can-can : unused. Who said gay Paree? (3:54)
Rosalie : unused. A fool there was (2:01)
Gay divorce. How's your romance? (3:36)
Hitchy-koo 1919. My cozy little corner in the Ritz (2:31)
Hollywood canteen. Don't fence me in (4:00)
Seven lively arts. Drink (5:00)
Gay divorce. Night and day (5:53)
Du Barry was a lady. It was written in the stars (2:53)
Broadway melody of 1940. I concentrate on you (4:36)
Bull dog : Yale College (2:05).
Motion picture music -- Excerpts.
|Publisher|| Hayes, Middlesex, England :EMI,1991
|Other Titles|| Songs.
Thomas Hampson sings Cole Porter
McGlinn, John, conductor.
Ambrosian Chorus, performer.
London Symphony Orchestra, performer.
Thomas Hampson, baritone ; Ambrosian Chorus ; London Symphony Orchestra ; John McGlinn, conductor.
Principally songs from musicals and motion pictures.
Program notes by Miles Kreuger, in English with German and French translations, and lyrics (27 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
1 audio disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.