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Thomas Heywood - Let's Go to the Opera: Thomas Heywood Plays Operatic Blockbusters on the Schantz Organ flac album

Thomas Heywood - Let's Go to the Opera: Thomas Heywood Plays Operatic Blockbusters on the Schantz Organ flac album

Performer: Thomas Heywood
Title: Let's Go to the Opera: Thomas Heywood Plays Operatic Blockbusters on the Schantz Organ
Style: Keyboard
Duration: 01:15:13
Relesed: 2003
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 100
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Thomas Heywood (early 1570s – 16 August 1641) was an English playwright, actor, and author. His main contributions were to late Elizabethan and early Jacobean theatre. He is best known for his masterpiece A Woman Killed with Kindness, a domestic tragedy, which was first performed in 1603 at the Rose Theatre by the Worcester's Men company

Let's Go to the Opera! Thomas Heywood. Operatic Blockbusters! The Schantz Organ Company Grand Organ Moody Memorial First United Methodist Church Galveston - Texas, USA. Thomas Heywood’s back in action with a stellar programme of operatic masterpieces on the immense Grand Organ at Moody Church in Galveston, Texas.

Thomas Heywood (born 1974) is an Australian concert organist. He is the first Australian musician in history to live as a professional concert organist. Heywood was born in Melbourne, Australia. He began playing the pipe organ at a very young age, and gave his first public performance at age five. He then performed in the Sydney Opera House at age 17. Heywood tours widely, and has played a large range of organs in concert halls, town halls, cathedrals, festivals and churches around the world

The Schantz Organ Company was founded in 1873 by . Tschantz (later changed to Schantz). Combining his inventive skills with a love of music, Schantz began building pipe organs after a brief venture into the construction of reed (parlor) organs. In the early part of the twentieth century, . s sons joined him in his organ building shop. Under their leadership, the growing company developed a strong reputation as a regional builder. The firm's magnum opus (of 154 ranks) stands in the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Newark, New Jersey. Representation in the Midwest by Paul Lohman.

The Phantom of the Opera's origins came from Leroux's curiosity with the Phantom being real. He also makes the Persian promise that afterward he will go to the newspaper and report his death, as he will die soon and will die "of love". Indeed, sometime later Christine returns to Erik's lair, buries him somewhere where he will never be found (by Erik's request) and returns the gold ring. Leroux uses the operatic setting in The Phantom of the Opera to use music as a device for foreshadowing. Ribière makes note that Leroux was once a theatre critic and his brother was a musician, so he was knowledgeable about music and how to use it as a framing device.

The Thomas Heywood Study Pack contains: Biographies (2). Thomas Heywood. The English playwright Thomas Heywood (c. 573-1641) worked successfully in a wide range of dramatic forms. Thomas Heywood's life and work were judiciously described about a quarter of a century ago by A. M. Clark.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Aida, opera
1 Grand March Thomas Heywood 6:20
Tannhäuser, opera, WWV 70
2 O Star of Eve Thomas Heywood 2:39
3 Overture to La gazza ladra (The Thieving Magpie) Thomas Heywood 10:10
4 Paraphrase on Gounod's 'Faust', for organ Thomas Heywood 16:25
Nabucco, opera (Nabucodonosor)
5 Overture Thomas Heywood 7:16
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), opera, K. 620
6 Suite for organ: I. Marsch der priester Thomas Heywood 2:20
7 Suite for organ: II. Aria: Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja Thomas Heywood 1:53
8 Suite for organ: III. Aria: Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen wünsch Papageno sich Thomas Heywood 3:50
9 Suite for organ: IV. Aria: Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen Thomas Heywood 2:52
Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville), opera
10 Act 1. Figaro's Cavatina "Largo al factotum" Thomas Heywood 4:59
Nabucco, opera (Nabucodonosor)
11 Act 3. Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves Thomas Heywood 4:10
12 Concert Fantasia on Bizet's 'Carmen', for organ Thomas Heywood 11:02
The Tale of Tsar Saltan (Skazka o Tsare Saltane), opera in 4 acts with a prologue
13 The Flight of the Bumble-Bee Thomas Heywood 1:17

Credits

Simone Heywood - Music Assistant
Thomas Heywood - Liner Notes, Organ, Primary Artist
Frederic Hohman - Engineer, Mastering, Post Production, Producer
Fritz vanderMaden - Booklet Design
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