Pages: | 1 |

Charles Cyril Hendrickson and Hendrickson Frances
Minuets for Dancing (Book + CD) B 894
Minuets for Dancing (Book + CD)
The music comes from two colonial American sources: the manuscript collection of minuets made by John Ormsby, a dancing master active in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland in the 1750s, and a group of printed English minuet collections from about the same time that belonged to Thomas Jefferson. For this publication, each of the dances was interpreted and reconstructed using period sources. Several pages are devoted to the technique of 18th-century deportment, figures (or "geography") of the minuet, honors for both the woman and the man, the English minuet step, a complete bibliography of period sources, and there is a first-hand account of the terror induced by a gentleman's first performance of the minuet at a public ball. Chords are indicated on the music and the figures have been matched with each piece of music.
2002, 24 pgs.

TRACK LISTING:
1. Corelli's Minuet
2. Countess of Eglington's Minuet
3. The Dutchess of Ancaster's Minuet
4. The Dutchess of Richmond's Minuet
5. Lord Cathcart's Minuet
6. A Minuet
7. A Dances: Minuet by Captain Read
8. A Minuet by S. Philpot
9. A Minuet by Reverd. Mr. Bacon
10. Miss Webster's Minuet and Mrs. Hedges Her Minuet

Price: € 14.00

David Hildebrand
Music of the War of 1812- 2 CD Set CD 27908
Music of the War of 1812- 2 CD Set
Rigorously researched, the music and lyrics herein bring life to the issues, thoughts, and stories of this critical period of American history—authentically with drama and humor. THE WAR OF 1812 in America spawned a huge variety of songs and instrumental music. From the stirrings of party politics under President Adams, the traumatic effect of Jefferson’s Embargo in 1807, through the triumphal defense of Fort McHenry and last major battle at New Orleans, Americans sang about their thoughts, feelings and unfolding history. Fresh lyrics lashed out at political opponents, while military heroes like Hull, Perry and Jackson inspired ballads of praise which detail their great battles on land and sea.

GUEST ARTISTS
° Ginger Hildebrand (voice, guitar, violin, hammered dulcimer)
° Laura Hildebrand (violin)
° John Burkhalter (recorder)
° Jonathan Palmer Lakeland (piano & choral conductor)
The United States Naval Academy Glee Club - directed by Dr. Aaron Smith
The Sons of Harmony, St. John’s College - directed by Peter Kalkavage
Singers from the Westminster Choir College

Book - € 27.50

TRACK LISTING:
DISC A (57:31) Broadside to Anthem: Music of the War of 1812 is a one-hour public radio program written, produced, narrated and performed by David Hildebrand and guest musicians; it was creatively conceived by Peter Fretwell, General Manager, WWFM—The Classical Network.

DISC B (46:32) Twenty American Songs, Marches and Dances includes most of the recorded pieces within the radio show, plus additional selections, but without the spoken commentary.
1. Madison’s March (1:30)
2. Perry’s Victory (2:26)
3. James Madison my Jo (3:35)
4. Jackson’s Welcome Home (0:36)
5. The Anacreontick Song, harmonized by the author (1:59)
6. Yankee Tars (4:00)
7. The Battle of Baltimore (3:03)
8. Decatur and the Navy (2:03)
9. Sacket’s Harbor (1:26)
10. The Embargo (3:23) Listen to SAMPLE Audio track
11. The American Star (3:39)
12. Hull’s Victory (1:46)
13. Before the Lord We Bow (1:36)
14. Fort Niagara Quick Step by Carroll (0:42)
15. An Old “War Song of ’76” new vamped (2:26)
16. Lilli-bull-ero (4:41)
17. Jockey to the Fair (1:12)
18. The Death of the Embargo (2:07)
19. The Anacreontic Song (with choruses) (1:55)
20. The Star-Spangled Banner (1:31)

Price: € 21.00

Pages: | 1 |

Select



Or


  You can order material by phone or by E-mail. We garantee a quick delivery. Payment should be done after delivery (in €, US $, GBP)
AADS vzw - Resedastraat 8 - B9920 Lovendegem - tel.: +32 (0)9 372 96 35
© AADS - info: aads.vzw@telenet.be