A Carnegie Hall Christmas, 1991

A Carnegie Hall Christmas, 1991

Filmed live at Carnegie Hall on December 8, 1991, and featured on Public Television, this Christmas extravaganza is conducted by André Previn and features opera divas Kathleen Battle and Frederica von Stade with jazz legend Wynton Marsalis.
Featured composers include Engelbert Humperdinck, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Mel Torme, and Franz Xaver Gruber.



Track Length
Traditional: The Twelve Days of Christmas – Ensemble 5:28
Jester Harrison: Mary’s Little Boy Chile – Miss Battle, Miss von Stade, Wynton Marsalis, Boychoir, Chorus, Orchestra Crusher Bennett and Victor See Yuen, Calypso Percussion 4:09
Pietro A. Yon: Gesu Bambino – Miss Battle, Miss von Stade, Boychoir, Orchestra 3:50
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: “Alleluja” – Miss Battle, Orchestra 2.33
Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein: My Favorite Things – Miss von Stade, Orchestra 2:26
Felix Bernard/Dick Smith: Winter Wonderland – The Wynton Marsalis Septet 2:45
John H. Hopkins, Jr.: We Three Kings Of Orient Are – The Wynton Marsalis Septet 5:03
American Songs: John Jacob Niles: I Wonder As I Wander Traditional: Mary Had a Baby Traditional: Oh Mary, What You Gonna Name That Pretty Little Baby? Traditional: Who Was Mary? Mary Was Queen of Galilee Traditional: Sister Mary Had-A But One Child Traditional: Go Tell It On The Mountain – Ensemble 16:14
Mel Torme/Robert Wells: The Christmas Song – Miss Battle, Mr. Previn Tony Falanga, Bass; James Saporito, Drums Hugh Martin/Ralph Blane: Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas Miss von Stade, Mr. Previn 4:44
Franz Gruber/Joseph Mohr: Silent Night – Miss Battle, The Wynton Marsalis Septet 4:58
George Frideric Handel/Israel Watts: Joy To The World! – The Wynton Marsalis Septet 2:38
Engelbert Humperdinck: Abendsegen (Evening Prayer) – Miss Battle, Miss von Stade, Orchestra 3:39
Engelbert Humperdinck: Abendsegen (Evening Prayer) – Miss von Stade, Boychoir, Chorus 4:01
Max Reger: Maria Wiegenlied, Op. 76, No. 52 – Miss Battle, Miss von Stade, Orchestra 2:02
Christmas Songs: Traditional English (XV Century): I Saw Three Ships Traditional: The First Nöel Traditional American: Away in a Manger Traditional English: Away In A Manger Traditional Welsh: Deck The Halls Traditional English: The Holly And The Ivy Adolphe Adam: O Holy Night (Cantique de Nöel) Traditional French: Angels We Have Heard On High – Ensemble 10:56


 

 
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