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Discography

Recordings - Moore

Moore, Douglas The Ballad of Baby Doe. Text by Latouche, John. Buckley, Emerson, conductor MGM, 1958. MGM3GC-1, Heliodor, 1963. H/HS 25035-3, Deutsche Grammophon, 1976. DG 2709 061.


-------------- The Ballad of Baby Doe. Text by Latouche, John. Moriarty, John, conductor. Newport Classics, 1997. LC 8554.


-------------- "Always Through the Changes" The Ballad of Baby Doe. The New York Theatre Company Original Cast Recording Taking a Chance on Love: The Lyrics and Life of John Latouche. Original Cast Records, 2000.

-------------- "The Willow Song," The Ballad of Baby Doe. Eberley, Helen-Kay, soprano. American Girl. Private pressing, EB-SKO 1007, 1983.


-------------- "The Willow Song," The Ballad of Baby Doe. Ward, B.J., soprano. Queen of the Night Dorchester Classic, 1994. DORC 1001.


-------------- "The Willow Song," The Ballad of Baby Doe. Upshaw, Dawn, soprano. The World So Wide: Scenes from American Opera. Nonesuch Records, 1998.


-------------- Ballads. Yaddo Records, 1937. 126A-B (78s).


-------------- Carry Nation. Text by Jayme, William North. Krachmalnick, Samuel, conductor. Desto, 1968. DC 6463/65.


-------------- Come Away Death. Gramm, Donald, bass-baritone & Cumming, Richard, pianist. Desto, 1962. DST-6411-12.


-------------- Cotillion. Antonini, Alfredo, conductor. Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, CRI Records, 1957. CRI-107, 1996. CD 714.


-------------- "Waltz" from Cotillion. Antonini, Alfredo, conductor. Oslo Philharmonic Orhcestra, CRI Records, 1957. CRI-E.


-------------- "Death Be Not Proud," Steber, Eleanor, soprano & Biltcliffe, Edwin, pianist. VoxBox, 1996, CDX 5129.


-------------- Decoration Day. Bennet, Bob, pianist. Educo Records.


-------------- The Devil and Daniel Webster. Text by Benet, Stephen Vincent. Aliberti, Armando, conductor. Phoenix Records, 1988. PHCD 103.


-------------- The Devil and Daniel Webster. Text by Benet, Stephen Vincent. Patterson, Russell, conductor. Newport Classics, 1996. NPD 85585.


-------------- "I've Got a Ram, Goliath," The Devil and Daniel Webster. Milnes, Sherrill, baritone. A Salute to American Music RCA Victor Red Seal. 09026-61508-2.

-------------- The Emperor's New Clothes. Text by Abrashkin, Raymond. Goberman, Max, conductor. Young People's Records, Inc., 1948. YPR 1007-8.

-------------- Farm Journal. Antonini, Alfredo, conductor. Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, CRI Records, 1956. CRI 101, 1996. CD 714.

-------------- Fiddlin' Joe. Martin, Charlotte, pianist. Educo Records, 1968. 3021.

-------------- Grieven Annie. Martin, Charlotte, pianist. Educo Records, 1968. 3021.

-------------- Gallantry, a soap opera. Text by Sundgaard, Arnold. Radcliffe, Stephen Rogers, conductor, The New York Chamber Ensemble. Albany Records, 1995, TROY 173.

-------------- In memoriam. Strickland, William, conductor. Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, CRI Records, 1960. CRI 127.

---------------- Licorice Stick: The Clarinet’s Story. (children’s recording) By Douglas Moore. Told by David Allen. Young People’s Records YPR-420.

-------------- The Lonesome House . By Henry Brant. Text by Douglas Moore. The Children's Record Guild, CRG-5013.

-------------- Mississippi. Bennett, Bob, pianist. Educo Records. 3109.

-------------- Pageant of P.T. Barnum. Hanson, Howard, conductor. Mercury Living Presence, 1992. 434-319-2.

-------------- The People's Choice. Goldman Band. Decca, 1960. DL 78931.

---------------Power and the Land (documentary short movie). United State Film Service, 1940.  (Available on YouTube here)

-------------- Puss in Boots: A Musical Play in 4 Acts. Text by Abrashkin, Raymond. Lowell, Eugene, conductor. The Children's Record Guild, (a division of the American Recording Society), 1952. 8003/4.

-------------- Quartet for Strings. Walden String Quartet. Yaddo Records, 1937. 124A-B (78s).

--------------  Quintet for Clarinet and Strings. Kireilis, Ramon & the Da Vinci Quartet. 1997. "American Clarinet"

-------------- Quintet for Clarinet and Strings. Oppenheim, David & the New Music String Quartet. Desto, 1966. DST 6425.

-------------- "Death Be Not Proud," (Three) Sonnets of John Donne. Steber, Eleanor & Bittcliffe, Edwin. Desto, 1964. DST 6411-12.

-------------- Suite: "Prelude, Dancing, School and Air." Carpenter, Richard, pianist. Educo Records. 3102.

-------------- Symphony in A. Jomelli, conductor. Californian Symphony, Music Library Records, c 1956. MLR 7037.

-------------- Symphony in A. Strickland, William, conductor. Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, CRI Records, 1960. CRI 133. 1996. CD 714.

-------------- Symphony in A. Dixon, Dean, conductor. Vienna Symphony Orchestra, American Recording Society Records, 1951. ARS 45.

-------------- Vay 'khulla. Joseph Cullen, conductor, Christopher Bowers-Broadbent, organist, Elaine Close, soprano, Patrick Mason, baritone, Chorus of the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Milken Archive of American Jewish Music, Naxos Records, 2004. 8.559412


Recordings - Latouche


Latouche, John, Ballad for Americans. Music by Robinson, Earl. Robeson, Paul, basso, Shilkret, Nathaniel, conductor. RCA Records, c. 1940 P20-1-4, 26516,7.


------------- Taking a Chance on Love: The Lyrics and Life of John Latouche. The New York Theatre Company. Original Cast Records, 2000.


------------- Cabin in the Sky. Music by Duke, Vernon. 1963 New York revival cast. Broadway Angel Records, 1993. ZDM 0777 7 64892 2 3.


------------- Cabin in the Sky. Music by Duke, Vernon. 1949 Soundtrack. RHINO Movie Music (Turner Classic Movies), 1996. R2 72245.


-------------- Candide. Music by Bernstein, Leonard. Bernstein, Leonard, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon, 1991. DG 437 328-2 GH.


-------------- Candide. Music by Bernstein, Leonard. Krachmalnick, Samuel, conductor. Columbia Masterworks, c. 1960. OS 2350.


-------------- Candide. Music by Bernstein, Leonard. Mauceri, John, conductor. Columbia Masterworks, 1974. S2X 32923.


-------------- Candide. Music by Bernstein, Leonard. Mauceri, John, condutor. New World Records, 1982. NW 340/341.


-------------- Golden Apple, The. Music by Moross, Jerome. (original 1954 cast) RCA Records, 1998. RCA 68934.


Recordings -- General

Mollicone, Henry The Face on the Barroom Floor. Text by Bowman, John S. Composers Recordings, Inc., 1981. CD 822. (Mollicone's opera takes its theme from an actual painting-- done in 1936, the year after Baby Doe Tabor died in Leadville--that adorns the floor of the bar in the historic Teller House in Central City, Colorado. Built in 1872, the Teller House is located next door to the fabled Opera House, which was built in 1878, in Central City. Baby Doe is said to have been present at the Opera House inaugural ceremonies. The opera about her, The Ballad of Baby Doe, was first performed there on July 7th, 1956.)

Wallace, William Vincent Maritana. Text by Fitzball, Edward and Bunn, Alfred. Marco Polo Records, 1996. 8.223406-7. (Maritana was performed at the gala 1881 opening of the Tabor Grand Opera House in Denver.)

 

Video

Liebmann, Robert, Vollmoller, Karl and Zuckmayer, Carl screenplay, The Blue Angel (Der blaue Engel). KINO International Video, 2001. Reprint of UFA Paramount Pictures, 1930.