Ethel Casey - Debussy - Martin Sung By Ethel Casey album flac
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|A Recital of Songs by Claude Debussy|
|A1||Fétes Galante, Book 1 (Paul Verlaine)|
|B1||Trois Chansons de Bilitis|
|B2||Fétes Galantes, Book II (Paul Verlaine)|
|B3||Ballade Des Femmes de Paris|
|Trois Chants de Noel (World Premiere)
Composed By – Frank Martin
|B5||Las Cadeaux (The Gifts)|
|B6||Image de Noel (A Picture Of Christmas)|
|B7||Les Bergers (The Shepherds)|
- Composed By – Claude Debussy (tracks: A1-B4)
- Flute – Don Adcock (tracks: B5-B7)
- Liner Notes – Ethel Casey
- Piano – Bill Siddell (tracks: B5-B7), Paul Ulanowsky (tracks: A1-B4)
- Soprano Vocals – Ethel Casey (tracks: ALL)
NotesRecorded Carnegie Hall (New York) in 1961 and Pullen Hall (North Carolina) in 1963
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Recorded Carnegie Hall (New York) in 1961 and Pullen Hall (North Carolina) in 1963.
Ethel Llewellyn Ennis (November 28, 1932 – February 17, 2019) was an American jazz musician whose career spanned seven decades. Ennis spent the majority of her life in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, where she was affectionately known as the "First Lady of Jazz". Ennis was born in a row house on North Calhoun Street in Baltimore, Maryland, and grew up in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood. She began performing as a church pianist at a young age.
Ethel Marian Sumner "Maie" Casey, Baroness Casey, AC, FRSA (née Ryan; 13 March 1892 – 20 January 1983) was an Australian pioneer aviator, poet, librettist, biographer, memoirist and artist. Richard Casey, Baron Casey was her husband. Robert Menzies famously referred to her as "Lady Macbeth". Ethel Marian Sumner Ryan was born in 1892, younger child of Victorian-born parents, Sir Charles Snodgrass Ryan, a prominent Melbourne surgeon, and his wife, Alice (née Sumner) Lady Ryan
Back to Casey surname. Start your family tree now. Ethel Eva Casey's Geni Profile. Contact profile manager. 91, of River Street, Barre, died June 24 in Central Vermont Hospital shortly after being admitted. Publication: Lewiston, Androscoggin County, ME, USA. Date
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AP) Ethel Casey, a soprano who once sang at New York’s Carnegie Hall, died early Wednesday in a fire at her home. She was 69. Her 1961 appearance at Town Hall in New York brought works by Shoenberg and other contemporary composers to the United States for the first time. She performed at Carnegie Hall in 1962, and was the vocalist for the International Western Festival at the Seattle World’s Fair that year. The fire destroyed Mrs. Casey’s Steinway grand piano tuned for her voice, another grand piano and a lifetime collection of records, tapes and paintings, said her sister, Mary Burnett.
Ethel Casey formerly Prather. Born 14 Feb 1894 in Kentucky, United States. Burial: Find A Grave Ethel Prather Casey Memorial ID 70700313. Census: 1900 Million, Madison, Kentucky, USA Ethel Prather Birth: Feb 1893 Father: George Prather Mother: Becky Prather. 1910 Tevis, Madison, Kentucky, USA Ethel Prather Father: George Prather Mother: Becky Prather Sibling: Minnie Prather. 1920 Poosey, Madison, Kentucky, USA Ethel Casey. 1930 Kirksville, Madison, Kentucky, USA Ethel Casey. More Genealogy Tools. Sponsored by MyHeritage. Ethel is 23 degrees from Yogi Berra, 20 degrees from Carolyn Martin and 21 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. P Prather C Casey Ethel (Prather) Casey.
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