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The Swingle Singers - Anyone for Mozart? album download

The Swingle Singers
Anyone for Mozart?
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The album was a 1965 Grammy award winner for "Best Performance by a Chorus. Track listing all compositions by (.

Anyone for Mozart? (released as Swinging Mozart in France) is the third album released by the Swingle Singers. The album was a 1965 Grammy award winner for "Best Performance by a Chorus. All tracks from this album are also included on the CD re-issue, compilation, Anyone for Mozart, Bach, Handel, Vivaldi? and on the 11 disk Philips boxed set, Swingle Singers. all compositions by (. Variations (12) on Ah, vous dirai-je maman for piano in C major" K. 265 (K. 300e) – 5:49.

The Swingle Singers are a mostly a cappella vocal group formed in 1962 in Paris, France with Ward Swingle, Anne Germain, Jeanette Baucomont and Jean Cussac. Christiane Legrand, the sister of composer Michel Legrand, was the lead soprano in the original French group. There are a total of eight members in the group: two sopranos, two altos, two tenors and two basses. In 1973, the original French group disbanded and Ward Swingle moved to London and re-formed the group with new members as Swingle II. They would later perform and record under the name The Swingles and then, The New Swingle Singers.

This 16-track, 63-minute CD is compiled from the best material off of the Swingle Singers' classic mid-'60s LPs. The sound is excellent (and offers a serious edge over the original LPs which, unlike later Philips classical releases, were pressed here in America and were usually fairly noisy), and the repertory is chosen perfectly. Among the highlights is the group's version of "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik," featuring their version of the closing "Rondo," which became the closing theme of The Clay Cole Show (a cooler version of American Bandstand, out of New York).

This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/150 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Here is the BPM profile of Anyone for Mozart, Bach, Händel, Vivaldi?. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Swingle Singers. Weather to Fly. 2013.

Discography: The Swingle Singers. Swingling Telemann (1966). Best Of The Classic Years (2003).

Anyone For Mozart? Studio album by The Swingle Singers. Sonata for violin & piano No. 29 in A major" (fragment), K. 402 (K. 385) – 2:54. Piano Sonata No. 15 in C major" ("Sonata semplice") K. 545 ~ Allegro – 2:11. 15 in C major" ("Sonata semplice") . .