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 Offer The McCormack Edition Volume 9

1920-1923 Victor Talking Machine Company Recordings

John McCormack (tenor)

Contents:

Marion Phelps: The Barefoot Trail

2:44
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • John McCormack (tenor), Joseph Rattay (violin)
  • Recorded: 1 April 1920
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

 Excerpt  Handel: Semele

3:20
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 1 April 1920
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Semele, HWV 58, Act II: O sleep, why dost thou leave me?

3:20

Justinus Kerner: 5 Lieder und Gesange, Op. 127: No. 1. Sangers Trost (Sung in English as The Singer's Consolation)

2:14
  • John McCormack (tenor), Edwin Schneider (piano)
  • Recorded: 2 April 1920
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

trad.: The Next Market Day (arr. H. Hughes for voice and piano)

1:03
  • John McCormack (tenor), Edwin Schneider (piano)
  • Recorded: 2 April 1920
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Hughes, H: A Ballynure Ballad (arr. H. Hughes for voice and piano)

1:30
  • John McCormack (tenor), Edwin Schneider (piano)
  • Recorded: 2 April 1920
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Rachmaninov: 6 Songs, Op. 4: No. 3. V molchan'i nochi taynoy (arr. for voice, violin and piano) (Sung in English as When Night Descends)

2:55
  • Edwin Schneider (piano), Fritz Kreisler (violin), John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 2 April 1920
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Rachmaninov: 6 Songs, Op. 4: No. 4. Ne poy, krasavitsa, pri mne (arr. for voice, violin and piano) (Sung in English as O Cease Thy Singing, Maiden Fair)

3:32
  • Edwin Schneider (piano), Fritz Kreisler (violin), John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 2 April 1920
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

A. Walter Kramer: The Last Hour

2:39
  • Edwin Schneider (piano), Fritz Kreisler (violin), John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 5 May 1920
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

J. Rosamond Johnson: Since You Went Away

2:46
  • Edwin Schneider (piano), Fritz Kreisler (violin), John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 5 May 1920
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Marshall, Charles: I Hear You Calling Me

3:36
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 16 June 1921
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA
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Otto Harbach: The O'Brien Girl: Learn to Smile

3:16
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 17 June 1921
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Monte Carlo: Little Town in the Old County Down

3:22
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 17 June 1921
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Julian Robledo: Three O'Clock in the Morning (arr. for voice and orchestra)

2:50
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • Rosario Bourdon (celesta), John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 17 October 1922
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Herman kahn: Mother in Ireland

3:05
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 17 October 1922
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Seymour Simons: Her Family Tree: Remember the Rose

2:44
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • John McCormack (tenor), Alfred Lennartz (cello)
  • Recorded: 17 October 1922
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Adelaide Proctor: The Lost Chord

4:12
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 20 October 1922
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Barnby: Jesus, My Lord, My God, My All

3:04
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 20 October 1922
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Worton David: The Kingdom Within Your Eyes

2:35
  • Studio orchestra
  • Rosario Bourdon
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 20 October 1922
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Edouard Schneider: A Fairy Story By The Fire

2:07
  • John McCormack (tenor), Edwin Schneider (piano)
  • Recorded: 20 October 1922
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Rachmaninov: 15 Songs, Op. 26: No. 7. K detyam (arr. for voice and orchestra) (Sung in English as To the Children)

3:08
  • Studio orchestra
  • Josef A. Pasternack
  • Francis Lapitino (harp), John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 20 November 1922
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Paul Whiteman: Wonderful One

2:30
  • Studio orchestra
  • Rosario Bourdon
  • John McCormack (tenor), Charles Linton (celesta)
  • Recorded: 24 September 1923
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Leslie Cooke: Love Sends A Little Gift of Roses

2:39
  • Studio orchestra
  • Rosario Bourdon
  • John McCormack (tenor), Charles Linton (celesta)
  • Recorded: 24 September 1923
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Nat D. Ayer: Where the Rainbow Ends

3:04
  • Studio orchestra
  • Rosario Bourdon
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 24 September 1923
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Nat D. Ayer: Somewhere in the World

2:55
  • Studio orchestra
  • Rosario Bourdon
  • Alexander Schmidt (violin), John McCormack (tenor), Charles Linton (piano)
  • Recorded: 24 September 1923
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Lee W. Lookwood: Take a Look at Molly

2:38
  • Studio orchestra
  • Rosario Bourdon
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 25 September 1923
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

P.J. O'Reilly: Dream Once again

2:44
  • Studio orchestra
  • Rosario Bourdon
  • John McCormack (tenor)
  • Recorded: 25 September 1923
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA

Brahe: Thanks be to God

2:21
  • Studio orchestra
  • Rosario Bourdon
  • John McCormack (tenor), Francis Lapitino (harp)
  • Recorded: 25 September 1923
  • Recording Venue: Camden, NJ, USA
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