Although many Strings albums are simply orchestrated versions of pop hits and show tunes, the early Somerset material contains many examples of the exotica and lounge genres. The Alshire catalog was sold to Madacy , Inc. Few Strings LPs have been re-released in their original form.
If one goes to the Madacy site to view their Strings collection, the exact same description that was used on the Bel Canto's ST- 76 two track stereo release about the Strings sound is reprinted. That annoying 50 Hz hum heard on many of those tape recordings was due to the Ampex 's filtering which was not well suited for European 50Hz power. The "My Fair Lady" and "King and I" releases have what appears to be the sound of dirty mixing pots used on the fly during those sessions.
There were a number of tape releases that sounded like tape copies of pristine Stereo Fidelity vinyl which actually, were not all that pristine.
As the selections played closer to the label, pinch distortion was evident due to the conical styli of those days. The same distortions exist on many of the small brand pre-recorded tapes of those days. Ebay during any year has an almost complete Madacy catalog in one form or another from these early tapes made from in Germany by D.
Instead she lets Mr. Morton, the young clergyman, help her off the carriage. Colville tries to control the horse and crashes. Colville wakes up later in a bed. He had a bad crash and has broken bones and his head has been hit. As he drifts in and out of sleep he notices Mrs.
Her mother is in town and Imogene is staying with her at the hotel until Colville is well and they can come talk to him. Graham informs Colville that her daughter Imogene has realized after the accident that she isn't really in love with him.
He understands perfectly because he too realizes he isn't really in love with her either. It is a peaceful break up. Colville is getting used to the comfort of Palazzo Pinti but he knows he must leave before he gets too accustomed to the hospitality.
He loves being at the Palazzo Pinti with Mrs. Bowen and Effie, but he knows he must go back to the hotel. While talking to Mr. Waters he realizes that he is in love with Mrs. Bowen and has been since he first arrived in Florence that winter. He goes to see Mrs. Bowen and confesses his love to her. She says she loves him also but refuses his marriage proposal.
He suggests that it might be better if he leaves Florence, and she agrees. But before he leaves, Effie arrives, and when she finds out he is leaving, she bursts into tears, so Mrs. Bowen tells him not to go. In June, Mrs. Bowen becomes Mrs. Effie is happy to have Colville as a stepfather. The family moves to Rome. The story mainly takes place in Florence. Palazzo Pinti is the Bowens' home in Florence. Fiesole , a town in the province of Florence, is also mentioned.
This is where they have the wreck that makes Miss Graham realize she's not in love with Colville, because he cares more for Mrs. Des Vaches, Indiana is where Colville went to forget his broken heart by focusing on the newspaper business. Bowen for the winter. Bowen is acting as Miss Graham's surrogate mother abroad. When Miss Graham and Colville begin to develop a romance Mrs. Bowen starts acting coldly toward Miss Graham. Colville unconsciously is always trying to satisfy Mrs. Bowen and Imogene notices this and begins to hate Mrs.
Bowen in what seems like an Electra complex. The seasons play an important symbolic role in the novel. When Colville was young and in love with Jenny Wheelwright it was fall.
But his love begins to die like the trees transitioning from fall to winter. The winter in between was the time spent in Des Vaches where his only interest was the newspaper business. The romantic part of his life was as dead as the foliage in winter. But in his return to Florence, the women in his life start melting the coldness in his heart, and love begins to blossom again in his life. At the peak of spring, when the flora have matured to full blossom, Colville recognizes his love for Mrs.
Bowen and she confesses her love for him. Not sure how you kept it up so long, but I'm appreciative that you did! See you in November. Thanks for all the good music! I really appreciate all the work you have done.
And I speak for thousands of the quiet downloaders who didn't say thanks! Not many people do this anymore just for fun, everyone wants to make a buck. Its refreshing to see someone who does it for the love of it.
Most of the Christmas music sites have closed up, I'm glad you came back! Thanks a million, G. Oh Ernie, Thank you so much for all the hard work done in sharing these gems, and thanks for sending me out on the hunt for the original album covers - that is always fun and a real joy when you find a good clear image Some favorites?
The airmen of note, C. And, your encore bonus is a bang! Thank you for the full season. This is wonderful, and truly appreciated. Rest up, and merry Christmas, no matter the time of year. All I can say is, "that song" 10 is my least favorite song with "Christmas" in the title. I dislike it as much as "My Favorite Things", and I don't care who recorded either one--except for Trane. Christmas in November, I am absolutely overwhelmed by this extremely beautiful collection for the coming days! And this great effort has certainly paid off, because I will listen to the music very attentively!
All the best to you and thanks for that! Post a Comment. Cluttering up the Inter-web since Did you buy this item? Become a Member! Send a Reminder. Check out the contents below Mp3 MIDI. About "Indian Summer" Digital sheet music for voice and other instruments in C , real book - melody and chords NOTE: chords and lead sheet indications included bass flute, flute, guitar, harp, harpsichord, mandolin, oboe, organ, piano, piccolo, recorder, violin.P Strings - The Romantic Sparkle of Victor Herbert High-Fidelity Ah, Sweet Mystery Of Life/Kiss Me Again/March Of The Toys And ToyLand/Indian Summer/A Gypsy Sweetheart// RedMill Overture/Because You're You/Moonbeams/Everyday Is Ladies Day With Me/In Old New York/ Isle Of Our DreamsRedMill Overture/Because You're You/Moonbeams/Everyday.