Anne Sofie von Otter & Brad Mehldau - Love Songs  Jazz/Vocal | 320Kbps | 190MB
Artist: Anne Sofie von Otter & Brad Mehldau Title Of Album: Love Songs Year Of Release: October 26, 2010 Label: Naive Genre: Classical, Jazz, Vocal Quality: MP3 Bitrate: 320kbps Total Size: 190 mb (+5%rec)
Tracklist CD1: 01. It May Not Always Be So 5'43 02. We Met At The End Of The Party 4'02 03. Child, Child 2'19 04. Twilight 2'51 05. Because 4'39 06. Dreams 5'30 07. Did You Never Know? 5'41
CD2: 01. Léo Ferré Avec le temps 4’14 02. Barbara Pierre 4’03 03. Joni Mitchell Marcie 3’57 04. Richard Rodgers Something Good 3’22 05. Michel Legrand Chanson de Maxence from Les Demoiselles de Rochefort 5’14 06. Jacques Brel Chanson des vieux amants 4’11 07. Fred E. Ahlert Sakta vi gå genom stan (Walking My Baby Back Home) 2’39 08. Lars Färnlöf Att Angöra en Brygga 2’42 09. Barbara Dis quand reviendras-tu? 4’12 10. Michel Legrand What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? 3’12 from The Happy Ending 11. Bob Telson Calling You from Bagdad Café 4’08 12. John Lennon | Paul McCartney Blackbird 2’26 13. Leonard Bernstein Some Other Time from On the Town 4’03
Jazz breaking news: Anne Sofie von Otter and Brad Mehldau To Release 2-CD Album Love Songs By Stephen Graham
Brad Mehldau returns with the release of a new collaboration, for the first time on a recording, with the famed Swedish mezzo soprano Anne Sofie von Otter who has recently been playing the role of Brangäne in Peter Sellars’ production of Tristan and Isolde.
The pair have performed together in concert at Carnegie Hall in New York and at the Wigmore Hall in London.
Released on the French classical and jazz label Naïve, the 2-CD set titled Love Songs features on the first disc a deeply contemplative series of seven duets with music and lyrics by Mehldau based on the poems of Sara Teasdale, who published Love Songs in 1918.
The second disc has 13 songs by a range of writers including Léo Ferré, Joni Mitchell, Michel Legrand, and John Lennon / Paul McCartney. With chanson, show tunes and pop songs the album can be seen as a further development in Mehldau’s work with singers following the album Love Sublime with soprano Renée Fleming released four years ago