New York, N.Y. : Tugboat Story & Song Publishing, p2010
1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 inLanguage:
First in a series of The American Music Educational Television Project
Subtitle from container
At head of title: Flute Sweet & Tickletoon in
Program notes and performer biographical notes printed on container
Barbara Siesel (Green Golly; flute), Keith Torgan (storyteller and guitar); Jessica Krash, piano
Recorded at Millrose Music, New York City
"Rapunzel may have been horrified to spend her days trapped in that big old tower but not Green Golly - she was delighted! So inspired by all that whizzed past her window she couldn't help but make music."--Publisher's description
Green Golly & her golden flute-- the story Spring song / Cavalleria Rusticana. Intermezzo sinfonico / Flight of the bumblebee / Two guitars / Carmen. Habanera / Duo / Trokne Blumen. Introduction ; Variations on a theme / Gavotte / Minute waltz / Salut D'Amour / (29:05) -- (2:33) -- (3:03) -- (1:13) -- (3:22) -- (2:48) -- (1:02) -- (1:30) -- (2:43) -- (2:26) -- (3:29)
(Keith Torgan & Barbara Siesel) Felix Mendelssohn Pietro Mascagni Nicholai Rimsky-Korsakov Anon Bizet/Borne Aaron Copland Franz Schubert Francois Joseph Gossec Frederic Chopin Edward Elgar
Related Searches: Music appreciationRapunzel (Tale) -- AdaptationsChildren's storiesCompact discsAdded--20101217 ysnd
Additional Credits: Siesel, BarbaraKrash, JessicaMendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, 1809-1847.Mascagni, Pietro, 1863-1945.Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay, 1844-1908.Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875.Copland, Aaron, 1900-1990.Schubert, Franz, 1797-1828.Gossec, François Joseph, 1734-1829.Chopin, Frédéric, 1810-1849.Elgar, Edward, 1857-1934.
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