JoAnn Ottley: Retrospective [CD] - JoAnn Ottley

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JoAnn Ottley: Retrospective [CD] - JoAnn Ottley


JoAnn Ottley, with the Utah Symphony, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and pianist Reid Nibley.

Perhaps no singer in modern times has thrilled more Utah audiences than JoAnn Ottley. Trained on the Continent, she reached a career crossroads in Europe and decided to return home to the Mountain West to share her talent. Mrs. Ottley has assisted producer Robert Cundick in identifying and collecting favorite examples from the decades of her stunning career and has also cooperated with her friend, music professor Thomas Durham of BYU, to provide accurate background information and a marvelous wide-ranging interview. This career collection is a must for all Utah music aficionados. Part of Tantara's Heritage Series.

Other recordings featuring JoAnn Ottley:
Arthur Shepherd: Selected Works
Leroy Robertson: A Treasury of Chamber Music



TRACKS

1. Lusinghe piu Care
George Frideric Handel

2. Laudate Dominum
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

3. Ye Now Are Sorrowful
Johannes Brahms

4. Merce, dilette Amiche
Giuseppe Verdi

5. Wiegenlied
Richard Strauss

6. Habanera
Maurice Ravel

7. Lia's Aria
Claude Debussy

8. Die Nachtigall
Alban Berg

9. Sommertage
Alban Berg

10. Vilia
Franz Lehár

11. Vocalise
Wilbur Chenoweth

12. Pie Jesu
Andrew Lloyd Webber

13. The Bird
John Duke

14. Oh to Be in England
Michael Head

15. Deborah
Gene Bone and Howard Fenton

16. Et Misericordia
John Rutter

17. Into the Night
Clara Edwards

18. The Lord Has Given Me a Song
Jessie Moore Wise and Bill Livingston



CREDITS

Executive Producer: David M. Randall, Administrator Heritage Endowment

Producer: Robert Cundick

Digital Editing and Premastering: Glen Glancy and Bill Lightner, Omni Recording

Project Coordinator: Ron Simpson, Tantara

Tantara Records is an enterprise center in the School of Music at Brigham Young University, and part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.

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  • 5
    Marvelous voice and choice of pieces

    Posted by Stephen T. Case on 11th Sep 2013

    I bought the 8 CDs as gifts to friends. I have owned this CD for several years. I was not aware that they were for sale commercially, or I would have bought them some time ago. I love the voice and the music choice.