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Anna Russell - The Anna Russell Album? flac album

Performer: Anna Russell
Title: The Anna Russell Album?
Style: Opera,Vocal Music
Duration: 01:17:01
Relesed: 1972
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 707
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Anna Russell (born Anna Claudia Russell-Brown; 27 December 1911 – 18 October 2006) was an English–Canadian singer and comedian. She gave many concerts in which she sang and played comic musical sketches on the piano. Among her best-known works are her concert performances and famous recordings of The Ring of the Nibelungs (An Analysis) – a humorous 22-minute synopsis of Richard Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen – and (on the same album) her parody How to Write Your Own Gilbert and Sullivan Opera.

Anna Russell is one of the latter, gifted with an amazing classically trained voice and a wicked sense of humor, which she uses to good effect on two albums, Anna Russell Sings? and Anna Russell Sings! Again?; those two albums were later compiled into this two-album set, The Anna Russell Album?.

Anna Russell - The Anna Russell Album, Disc EX, Case EX, Format: Music CD, Sony Records. Classical music CD release from Anna Russell with the album The Anna Russell Album. Released on the label Sony Records. Anna Russell was brilliant in cutting to the heart of lofty music. Although some of the references are a bit dated the essence of her humor transcended and continues to transcend to timelessness. This is the fourth time I have purchased this particular CD - I loan it to people and they steal it!

Anna Russell & John Coveart. 2. How to Write Your Own Gilbert and Sullivan Opera (Live). Anna Russell & John Coveart. 3. Coloratura Aria: Canto Dolciamente Pipo from the Opera la Cantatrice Squelante (Live). Anna Russell & Harry Dworkin. 4. British - Pure But Dull: I Love the Spring (Live). 5. Russian Folk Song: Da, Nyet, Da, Nyet (Live). 6. For Loud Singers With No Brains: Ah Lover! from the Operetta the Prince of Philadelphia (Live).

Студийный альбом от Anna Russell. В альбом вошло 11 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:23:47. For Loud Singers With no Brains: ''Ah, Lover!'' From the Operetta "The Prince of Philadelphia". Coloratura Aria ''Canto Dolciamente Pipo'' from the opera La Cantatrice Squelante. British - Pure but Dull: ''I Love the Spring''. Russian Folk Song: ''Da, Nyet, Da, Nyet''.

Artwork By – Edward Sorel. Artwork By – Howard Fritzson. Composed By – Anna Russell. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Introduction To A Concert (By A Women's Club President) Anna Russell 8:09
2 How To Write Your Own Gilbert and Sullivan opera Anna Russell 16:06
La Canto Dolciamente, Pipo
3 Coloratura Aria: Canto Dolciamente Pipo Anna Russell 8:16
4 I Love the Spring for voice & piano Anna Russell 3:43
5 Da, Nyet, Da, Nyet Anna Russell 2:54
The Prince of Philadelphia, operetta
6 For Loud Singers with No Brains: Ah Lover Anna Russell 3:40
7 Je n'ai pas la plume de ma tante Anna Russell 5:47
8 Schreechenrauf for voice & piano Anna Russell 6:46
9 Ring of Nibelungs, comic analysis Richard Wagner Anna Russell 21:40


Floriana Bivona-Lockner - Translation
John Coveart - Piano
Michael Danner - Translation
Mike Danner - Translation
Harry Dworkin - Piano
Howard Fritzson - Cover Design
Anna Russell - Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
Barrymore Laurence Scherer - Liner Notes
Edward Sorel - Cover Art, Unknown Contributor Role
Richard Wagner - Composer
Reviews (1)
Hysterically funny comedy album for classical music (and particularly opera) fans. Even those who aren't into classical music will laugh at such wonderful sketches as "How to Write Your Own Gilbert and Sullivan Opera," "Introduction to the Concert by the Women's Club President," and the piece for which she was best-known, "The Ring of the Niebelungs (an Analysis)." This collection is actually a reissue of her first two LPs for Columbia Records, ANNA RUSSELL SINGS? (ML 4594) and ANNA RUSSELL SINGS! AGAIN? (ML 4733), both issued in 1953 and neither has dated one bit since first released. Due to the age of the material, these are mono recordings, but with a comedy album, does stereo really matter?. Put this on and prepare yourself for almost an hour and a half of chuckles, guffaws and belly laughs. Highly recommended for listeners on Zoloft and Prozac!NOTE: These recordings were originally made to lacquer discs as opposed to magnetic tape. All copies of "The Ring of the Niebelungs" appear to have a skip in it at 1:49 into the recording. This skip apparently occurred when the lacquer disc master was dubbed to tape and never corrected, as it is in every LP and CD copy ever issued.

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