- Performer:Gregg Smith Singers
- Title:Madrigals & All That Jazz!
- Style:Choral,Doo Wop,Classical Crossover
- Date of release:February 8, 1993
- Size FLAC version1309 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1866 megabytes
- Size WMA version1759 megabytes
- Formats:WMA MIDI MP1 VOX ASF AU
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Blue Monday - Chamber Opera. Orchestrated By – Edmund Najera (tracks: A), Gregg Smith (2) (tracks: A). Painting – Ernest Fiene. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
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Best songs and music of artist Gregg Smith Singers. Download mp3, listen online for free, on your phone or computer. The group, which comprises 16 singers, was founded at an all-Japanese Methodist church in West Los Angeles, California in 1955, while Smith was studying for his master's degree in music at the University of California, Los Angeles. The group moved to New York in 1970. Gregg Smith Singers - Deck the Halls (01:18, 320Kb/s). Gregg Smith Singers - O Santissima (02:38, 320Kb/s). Gregg Smith Singers - N'ia Gaire Quei Auvit (02:49, 320Kb/s). Gregg Smith Singers - Allons Gay, Gay, Gay Bergères (01:47, 320Kb/s). Gregg Smith Singers - Coventry Carol (02:59, 320Kb/s). Gregg Smith Singers - The.
Rags and All that Jazz is the third album by the London-based Swingle II singers released in 1975 on the CBS label. All tracks from this album were also included in the 2009 Sony Classical compilation, Swing Sing. The original Paris-based The Swingle Singers recorded regularly for Philips in the 1960s and early 1970s and the successor London-based group (Swingle II) continued to record, for Columbia/CBS, Virgin Classics and other record labels from 1974 to the present. All lyrics by Tony Vincent Isaacs.
Gregg Smith : Doo-Wop Madrigals. The whole Doo-Wop Madrigal project started with Garrison Keillor who called to invite the Gregg Smith Singers to appear on his American Radio Company program. Birthday Madrigals was written at the invitation of Brian Kay, conductor of the Cheltenham Bach Choir, to celebrate the seventy-fifth birthday of the great jazz pianist George Shearing. The first performance was given, in his presence, in Cheltenham Town Hall on June 3, 1995 by the Cheltenham Bach Choir with Neil Swainson (double bass), John Rutter conducting. Ideal for madrigal groups, pop/jazz groups and concert choirs, your singers will welcome the challenge! With piano or opt. a cappella.
The Gregg Smith Singers: 20th Century American Choral Treasures. On the Beach at Night. by Gregg Smith Singers. On the Beach at Night by Gregg Smith Singers. Four Madrigals by Rosalind Rees.
CreditsGregg Smith - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Gregg Smith - Conductor
Gregg Smith Singers - Primary Artist
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