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sábado, 18 de octubre de 2008

Cleo Line - Cleo Sings Sondheim - 1998

Cleo Line - Cleo Sings Sondheim - 1998

Cleo Line

Laine is known for
her musical versatility:

Her live recordings of concerts
with Dankworth are pure jazz;
1984's That Old Feeling contains
slow, romantic pop-style ballads;
and the album Woman to Woman features songs by popular female singers and songwriters like
Melissa Manchester
and Joni Mitchell.
In addition, Laine has recorded several musical soundtracks, among them Jerome Kern's Show Boat, in which she performed during a run on London's West End, and The Mystery of Edwin Drood, in which she starred on Broadway.

Many of Laine's projects have scaled the divide between "high art" and "pop culture."

She has recorded sonnets by William Shakespeare set to music by jazz composers like Dankworth and Duke Ellington.

For her album Sometimes When We Touch, a collaboration with classical flutist James Galway, she put words to classical melodies by European composers such as Erik Satie and Johann Pachelbel.

She even recorded a jazz version of George Gershwin's opera
Porgy and Bess with singer-pianist Ray Charles.

Cleo Laine's Awards

Named best female vocalist, 1956 and 1957, Melody Maker; named best European jazz singer, 1958, Gramophone; Moscow Arts Theatre Award, 1958; Golden Feather Award, 1973, Los Angeles Times; named show business personality of the year, 1977, Variety; named singer of the year, 1978, TV Times; named officer of the Order of the British Empire, 1979; honorary doctorate of musical arts, 1982, Berklee College of Music; Grammy Award for best jazz vocalist, 1985; Theater World Award, 1986; several gold and platinum albums.
Stephen Joshua Sondheim
(c 22 de Marzo, 1930),

Compositor y letrista estadounidense.
Es considerado como el principal creador de su generación de obras del escenario musical. Descripto por Frank Rich en el diario The New York Times como "el mas grande y, quizá, el artista mas reconocido del teatro musical estadounidense".

Es uno de los pocos ganadores de los Premios de la Academia (Oscars), de múltiples premios Tony (siete, mas que cualquier otro compositor), múltiples premios Grammy, e, incluso, un premio Pulitzer por su musical Sunday in the Park with George.

Sus obras mas reconocidas (como compositor y letrista) incluyen:
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, -de la que se filmó en España una notable película dirigida por Richard Lester, Golfus de Roma-, Company, A Little Night Music, Sweeney Todd, Into the Woods and Sunday in the Park with George, como también West Side Story y Gypsy, mas en éstas obras solo participó como letrista.

Cleo Laine - Cleo Sings Sondheim - 1988


01 Everybody Says Don't.mp3

02 Losing My Mind.mp3

03 Ah! But Underneath.mp3

04 I Remember.mp3

05 Liaisons.mp3

06 You Could Drive a Person Crazy.mp3

07 Not While I'm Around.mp3

08 The Ladies Who Lunch.mp3

09 Send in the Clowns.mp3

10 The Little Things You Do Together.mp3

11 Anyone Can Whistle.mp3

12 I'm Calm.mp3

13 No One Is Alone.mp3

14 The Miller's Son.mp3

15 Not a Day Goes By.mp3

16 I'm Still Here.mp3



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