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音樂之外的人權鬥士 Beyond the Music
音樂之外的人權鬥士 Beyond the Music / 瑪麗安安德森 Marian Anderson
唱片編號:19439836492
唱片公司SONY MUSIC
發行日期:2021-09-24
商品規格:15CD
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詳細資料
美國著名黑人歌手瑪麗安·安德森誕生125週年紀念專輯。
指揮大師托斯卡尼尼的讚譽她是「百年難得一遇的歌聲」。
收錄RCA Victor唱片錄製的所有專輯。
精彩的演唱紀錄與大量珍貴的照片與資料,是研究安德森傳奇一生最珍貴的典藏史料。
 
美國著名的黑人歌手瑪麗安·安德森(Marian Anderson),是其同世代中最優秀的女低音(contralto)。1897年2月27出生於費城,1993年4月8日逝世於波特蘭,享年96歲。2022年是她誕生125週年,為此Sony唱片公司特別企劃這套錄音全集。
 
她的演唱曲目廣泛包含民謠、藝術歌曲、聖歌與歌劇選曲。音樂評論家艾倫·布萊思(Alan Blyth)指:「她的聲音是一種豐富、充滿活力的內在美的女低音。」曾有許多歐洲重要歌劇團邀約演出,但她自認沒有接受過表演訓練,只願在演唱會或音樂會上演出。
 
活躍於1925年至1965年期間,獲得指揮大師托斯卡尼尼的讚譽:稱她是「百年難得一遇的歌聲」。儘管是美國和整個歐洲20 世紀初最著名的聲音之一,但仍不免遭受種族歧視。作為一名黑人女性,在巡迴演出期間,許多酒店仍拒絕她進入。大科學家愛因斯坦是曾經親自接待安德森的人之一。
 
1939年,她因為黑人身份,不被允許在美國憲法大廳演唱,結果引發國際社會關注。1955年,大都會歌劇院邀請她登台,成為第一個在此演出的黑人。而這也是她唯一一次的歌劇表演,演唱的角色是威爾第《化妝舞會》中的奧里卡(Ulrica)。
 
安德森曾擔任聯合國人權事務委員會的代表多年,並擔任美國國務院的「親善大使」。20世紀60年代參加多項民權運動,1963年獲得總統自由勳章,1977年獲得國會金質獎章,1978年獲得甘迺迪中心榮譽獎,1986年獲得國家藝術獎章,1991年獲得葛萊美終身成就獎。
 
這套專輯收錄了她為RCA Victor唱片錄製的所有專輯。錄音均以24 bit / 96 kHz技術處理,音源取自從早年的漆盤(lacquer disc)與類比母帶,集錄為15張CD。從最早於1923-24年為勝利留聲機公司所做的錄音,到1966年為RCA紅標所做的立體聲錄音,這些錄音首度完整呈現在一套專輯中。
 
最特別的是1964年「告別演唱會」修護版專輯的首度發行,增補了原本刪除的數首歌曲。以及1957年「亞洲訪問行程」紀錄片之訪談錄音。專輯中共有57首度以CD格式發行的錄音,以及43首第一次自原始母帶轉換而來的錄音。專輯不僅有其精彩的演唱紀錄,更包含解說冊中大量珍貴的照片與資料,是研究安德森傳奇一生最珍貴的典藏史料。
 
專輯曲目
CD1
Spirituals 1923–1946
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Deep River [1923], with Rosario Bouron
Traditional arr. Burleigh: My way’s cloudy [1923], with Rosario Bouron
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Go Down, Moses (Let my people go) [1924], with Mr. Prince
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Heav’n, Heav’n [1924], with Mr. Prince
Traditional arr. Brown: Nobody knows de trouble I’ve seen [1924], with Josef Pasternack
Traditional arr. Burleigh: My Lord, what a mornin’ [1924], with Joseph Pasternach
Traditional arr. Johnson: City Called Heaven [1936]
Traditional arr. Hayes: Lord, I Can’t Stay Away [1936]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Heav’n, Heav’n [1936]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Go Down, Moses (Let my people go) [1936]
Traditional arr. Price: My Soul’s Been Anchored in the Lord [1936]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Sinner Please Doan Let Dis Harves’ Pass [1939]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Honor, Honor [1939]
Traditional arr. Payne: Crucifixion [1941]
Traditional arr. Boatner: Trampin’ [1941]
Traditional arr. Lawrence: Let Us Break Bread Together [1941]
Traditional arr. Price: My Soul’s Been Anchored in the Lord [1941]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Hard Trials [1941]
Traditional arr. Brown: Dere’s No Hidin’ Place Down Dere [1941]
Traditional Scottish: Comin’ through the Rye [1941]
Traditional arr. Boatner: O What a Beautiful City! [1941]
Traditional arr. Dett: Poor Me [1946]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Hold On! [1945]
 
CD2
Lieder, Songs and Mélodies 1936–1951
Brahms: Alto Rhapsody, op. 53 [1939], with Eugene Ormandy
Brahms (orch. Hertz): Von ewiger Liebe, op. 43/1 [1939], with Eugene Ormandy
Schubert: Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang III), D 839 [1936]
Schubert: Schwanengesang: Aufenthalt, D 957/5 [1936]
Schubert: Die Forelle (In einem Bächlein helle), D 550 [1941]
Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin: Wohin?, D 795/2 [1945]
Sibelius: Säv, säv, susa, op. 36/4 [1936]
Sibelius: Flickan kom ifran sin älsklings möte, op. 37/5 [1936]
Massenet: Élégie (Song of Mourning) [1941]
Rachmaninoff: In the Silence of the Secret Night, op. 4/3 [1941]
Spross: Will O’ The Wisp [1941]
Lehmann: The Cuckoo [1941]
Scott: Lullaby, op. 57/2 [1946]
Bucky: Hear the wind whispering [1945]
Thomas: O men from the fields [1946]
Hook: Bright Phoebus [1945]
Bland (orch. Black): Carry Me Back to Old Virginny [1941], with Charles O’Connell
Foster orch. Black: My Old Kentucky Home [1941], with Charles O’Connell
Bland: Carry Me Back to Old Virginny [1951], with Gregor Piatigorsky
Foster: My Old Kentucky Home [1951], with Gregor Piatigorsky
“Mr. President and Mrs. Roosevelt” [1940]
“Your Majesties” [1940]
 
CD3
Baroque Arias
Bach, J.S.: Cantata No. 12: Kreuz und Krone (Pain and Sorrow) [1946], with Robert Shaw
Bach, J.S.: Cantata No. 81: Jesus schläft, was soll ich hoffen? (Jesus Sleeps, What Hope Remaineth) [1946], with Robert Shaw
Bach, J.S.: Cantata No. 112: Zum reinen Wasser er mich weist (To Living Waters Bright And Clear) [1946], with Robert Shaw
Bach, J.S.: Weihnachtsoratorium: Bereite dich, Zion (Prepare Thyself, Zion) [1946], with Robert Shaw
Bach, J.S.: Matthäuspassion: Erbarme dich, mein Gott (Have Mercy, Lord on Me) [1946], with Robert Shaw
Handel: Messiah: He Shall Feed His Flock [1941], with Charles O’Connell
Mendelssohn: St. Paul, op. 36: But the Lord Is Mindful of His Own [1941], with Charles O’Connell
Handel: Messiah: He Was Despised and Rejected [1941], with Charles O’Connell
Mendelssohn: Elijah, op. 70: O Rest in The Lord [1941], with Charles O’Connell
Bach, J.S.: Johannespassion, BWV 245: All Is Fulfilled (Es ist vollbracht) [1941], with Charles O’Connell
Handel: Ottone, re di Germania: Come to me, soothing sleep (Lo sperai trovar riposo) [1950]
Handel: Floridante: Oh, what pleasure (Vanne, segu’il mio desio) [1950]
Handel: Floridante: The trumpet is calling (Un ombra di pace) [1950]
Handel: Die Flöte weich Gefühl (The soft complaining flute) from Ode for Saint Cecilia’s Day [1939]
Handel: Deborah: Tears such as tender fathers shed [1939]
Purcell: Dido and Aeneas: When I am laid in Earth [1939]
Scarlatti: Se Florinda è fedele [1939]
 
CD4
Lieder by Brahms – Mahler – Strauss
Brahms: Alto Rhapsody, op. 53 [1950], with Fritz Reiner
Mahler: Kindertotenlieder [1950], with Pierre Monteux
Strauss, R.: Befreit, op. 39/4 [1947]
Brahms: Vier ernste Gesänge, op. 121 [1952]
Brahms: Alto Rhapsody, op. 53 [1945], with Pierre Monteux
 
CD5
Lieder by Schubert and Schumann
Schubert: Schwanengesang: Liebesbotschaft, D 957/1 [1950]
Schubert: Erlkönig (Wer reitet so spät durch Nacht und Wind), D 328 [1951]
Schubert: Schwanengesang: Ständchen, D 957/4 [1951]
Schubert: Gretchen am Spinnrade (Meine Ruh ist hin), D 118 [1950]
Schubert: Der Tod und das Mädchen (Vorüber, ach vorüber), D 531 [1946]
Schubert: Die Forelle (In einem Bächlein helle) D 550 [1951]
Schubert: Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang III), D 839 [1946]
Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin: Wohin?, D 795/2 [1951]
Schubert: Schwanengesang: Aufenthalt, D 957/5 [1946]
Schubert: Thekla. Eine Geisterstimme (Wo ich sei, und wo mich hingewendet), D 595 [1950]
Schubert: Dem Unendlichen (Wie erhebt sich das Herz) D 291 [1950]
Schumann: Frauenliebe und -leben, op. 42 [1950]
 
CD6
Spirituals
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Deep River [1952]
Traditional arr. Forrest: He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands [1952]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Roll, Jerd’n, Roll! [1952]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Go Down, Moses (Let my people go) [1952]
Traditional arr. Payne: Crucifixion [1952]
Traditional arr. Brown: Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child [1952]
Traditional arr. Lawrence: Let Us Break Bread Together [1952]
Traditional arr. Boatner: Plenty Good Room [1952]
Traditional arr. Brown: Every Time I Feel de Spirit [1952]
Traditional arr. Gimsey: If He Change My Name [1952]
Traditional arr. Boatner: O What a Beautiful City! [1952]
Traditional arr. Brown: Nobody knows de trouble I’ve seen [1947]
Traditional arr. Brown: Hear de Lam’s A-Cryin’ [1947]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: My Lord, what a mornin’ [1947]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Were You There? [1947]
Traditional arr. Boatner: On Ma Journey [1947]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: De Gospel Train [1947]
Traditional arr. Boatner: Soon-a Will Be Done [1947]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Sinner Please Doan Let Dis Harves’ Pass [1947]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Honor, Honor [1947]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Ride On, King Jesus [1947]
 
CD7
Verdi: A Masked Ball – Highlights
Verdi: A Masked Ball (abridged) [1955], with Dimitri Mitropoulos
Verdi: II Trovatore: Ai nostri monti, [1950], with Erich Leinsdorf
 
CD8
He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands
Traditional arr. Forrest: He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands [1961]
Traditional arr. Brown: Dere’s No Hidin’ Place Down Dere [1961]
Traditional arr. Boatner: I Want Jesus to Walk, with Me [1961]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Oh, Didn’t It Rain [1961]
Traditional arr. Price: I Am Bound for de Kingdom [1961]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Oh, Wasn’t Dat a Wide Ribber [1961]
Traditional arr. Price: My Soul’s Been Anchored in the Lord [1961]
Traditional arr. Hayes: Lord, I Can’t Stay Away [1961]
Traditional arr. Brown: Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child [1961]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Hold On! [1961]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Scandalize My Name [1961]
Traditional arr. Brown: Great Gittin’ Up Mornin’ [1961]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Done Foun’ My Los’ Sheep [1961]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: I stood on de Ribber ob Jerdon [1961]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Behold That Star [1961]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Heav’n, Heav’n [1961]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Oh, Peter, Go Ring Dem Bells [1961]
Traditional arr. Boatner: Trampin’ [1961]
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Hard Trials [1961]
Traditional arr. Dett: Poor Me [1961] – previously unreleased
 
CD9
Christmas Carols
Traditional arr. Bennett: We Wish You a Merry Christmas [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Gruber: Silent Night [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Traditional arr. Bennett: Deck the Halls [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Bucky: Angel’s Song [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
French Traditional: The First Noel [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Schubert: Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang III), D 839 [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Traditonal : God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Sears-Willia: It Came Upon a Midnight Clear [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Mason-Watts: Joy to the World [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Traditional: O Sanctissima [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Pierpont: Jingle Bells [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Spilman: Away In A Manger [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Traditional: The Twelve Days of Christmas [1962], with Robert Russell Bennett
Redner: O Little Town of Bethlehem [1951]
Gruber: Silent Night [1951]
French Traditional: The First Noel [1951]
Wesley: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing [1951]
Portuguese Traditional arr. Oakeley: Adeste Fideles (O Come All Ye Faithful) [1951]
Adam: Cantique de Noel (Oh Holy Night) [1951]
Bucky: Angel’s Song [1951]
Bucky: Hallelujah [1951]
 
CD10
Lieder by Schubert – Schumann – Brahms – Strauss – Haydn
Haydn: My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair [1945], with Eugene Ormandy
Haydn: She Never Told Her Love [1945], with Eugene Ormandy
Schubert: Schwanengesang: Der Doppelgänger, D 957/13 [1947], with Eugene Ormandy
Schubert: Der Jüngling und der Tod (Die Sonne sinkt, o könnt ich mit ihr scheiden), D 545 [1947], with Eugene Ormandy
Schumann: Myrthen: Der Nussbaum, op. 25/3 [1945], with Eugene Ormandy
Schumann: 12 Gedichte: Stille Tränen, op. 35/10 [1945], with Eugene Ormandy
Strauss, R.: Morgen, op. 27/4 [1947], with Eugene Ormandy
Brahms (orch. Hertz): Dein blaues Auge hält so still, op. 59/8 [1939], with Eugene Ormandy
Brahms (orch. Hertz): Der Schmied, op. 19/4 [1939], with Eugene Ormandy
Brahms (orch. Hertz): Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer, op. 105/2 [1939], with Eugene Ormandy
Brahms: Gestillte Sehnsucht, op. 91/1 [1941], with Eugene Ormandy
Brahms: Geistliches Wiegenlied, op. 91/2 [1941], with Eugene Ormandy
Brahms: Die Schnur, die Perl an Perle, op. 57/7 [1941], with Eugene Ormandy
 
CD11
Songs at Eventide
Dvorák (arr. Bennett): Songs My Mother Taught Me [1964]
Traditional arr. Bennett: Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms [1964]
Traditional arr. Bennett: All through the Night [1964]
Kjerulf (arr. Bennett): Last Night [1964]
Burns-Spilman (arr. Bennett): Flow Gently, Sweet Afton [1964]
Humperdinck (arr. Bennett): Hänsel und Gretel: Evening Prayer [1964]
Traditional arr. Bennett: Comin’ Through the Rye [1964]
Mellish (arr. Bennett): Drink to Me Only, with Thine Eyes [1964]
Traditional arr. Bennett: Loch Lomond [1964]
Bingham-Molloy (arr. Bennett): Love’s Old Sweet Song (Just A Song at Twilight) [1964]
Douglass-Scott (arr. Bennett): Annie Laurie [1964]
Brahms (arr. Bennett): Wiegenlied, op. 49/4 [1964]
 
CD12
Farewell Recital at Constitution Hall
Handel: Hear Me Ye Winds and Waves (From “Scipio”) [1964] – previously unreleased
Handel: Siroe, re di Persia: Ch’io Mai Vi Possa [1964]
Haydn: The Spirit’s Song [1964]
Haydn: My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair (Pastoral Song) [1964]
Schubert: Suleikas Gesang I (Was bedeutet die Bewegung), D 720 [1964]
Schubert: Schwanengesang: Liebesbotschaft, D 957/1 [1964]
Schubert: Schwanengesang: Der Doppelgänger, D 957/13 [1964]
Schubert: Erlkönig (Wer reitet so spät durch Nacht und Wind), D 328 [1964]
Barber: Nocturne, op. 13/4 [1964] – previously unreleased
Swanson-Huges: I’ve Known Rivers [1964] – previously unreleased
Quilter: Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind [1964]
Traditional arr. Britten: The Plough Boy [1964]
Traditional arr. Lawrence: Let Us Break Bread Together [1964]
Traditional arr. Boatner: Oh! What a Beautiful City [1964]
Traditional arr. Brown: Hear de Lam’s A-Cryin’ 1964] – previously unreleased
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Ride On, King Jesus [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Done Foun’ My Los’ Sheep [1964]
Traditional arr. Hayes: Lord, I Can’t Stay Away [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Let’s Have a Union [1964] - previously unreleased
Traditional arr. Forrest: He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands [1964]
Encore Speech (abridged)
Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin: Ungeduld, D 795/7 [1965]
Speech
Traditional arr. Burleigh: Heav’n, Heav’n [1964] – previously unreleased
Schubert: Ave Maria (Ellens Gesang III), D 839 [1964] – previously unreleased
 
CD13
Jus’ Keep on Singin’
Introduction
Traditional arr. Johnson: Oh, Heaven is One Beautiful Place, I Know [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Lord, How Come Me Here? [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Prayer Is de Key [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: He’ll Bring It to Pass [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: You Go! [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Jus’ Keep on Singin’ [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Ain’t Got Time to Die [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: I Been in de Storm So Long [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: I’ve Been ’Buked [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Let’s Have a Union [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Oh, glory [1964]
Traditional arr. Johnson: Jus’ Keep On Singin’ / Ride On, King Jesus! [1964]
 
CD14
Schubert and Brahms Lieder
Schubert: Schwanengesang: Liebesbotschaft, D 957/1 [1966]
Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin: Ungeduld, D 795/7 [1966]
Schubert: Der Tod und das Mädchen (Vorüber, ach vorüber), D 531 [1966]
Schubert: Die Forelle (In einem Bächlein helle), D 550 [1966]
Schubert: An die Musik (Du holde Kunst), D 547 [1966]
Schubert: Suleikas Gesang 1 (Was bedeutet die Bewegung), D 720 [1966]
Schubert: Gretchen am Spinnrade (Meine Ruh ist hin), D 118 [1966]
Schubert: Wiegenlied (Schlafe, holder süßer Knabe), D 498 [1966]
Schubert: Erlkönig (Wer reitet so spät durch Nacht und Wind), D 328 [1966]
Schubert: Heidenröslein (Sah ein Knab ein Röslein stehn), D 257 [1966]
Brahms: Von ewiger Liebe, op. 43/1 [1966]
Brahms: Botschaft, op. 47/1 [1966]
Brahms: Vergebliches Ständchen, op. 84/4 [1966]
Brahms: Der Schmied, op. 19/4 [1966]
Brahms: Dein blaues Auge hält so still, op. 59/8 [1966]
 
CD15
The Lady from Philadelphia
Soundtrack to the “See It Now” television program, narrated by Edward R. Murrow, first broadcast on 30 December 1957. It documented Marian Anderson’s tour of Asia September to November 1957.
Introduction
Marian Anderson visits the 24th Infantry Division
Marian Anderson with the 8th Army Choir – There’s No Place Like Home
Marian Anderson receives an honorary degree in Seoul
“He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands” in Seoul
Traveling to Saigon – “Getting to Know You”
Traveling to Bangkok – Marian Anderson speaks about her favorite songs and emancipation
“Trampin’”
Marian Anderson meets the king of Thailand
“Comin’ Through the Rye” in Thailand
“Ständchen” in the Philippines
“Ave Maria” in India
“Heav’n Heav’n”
“Let My People Go” in Vietnam
“The Plough Boy”
Marian Anderson speaks with Buddhist scholars
“There’s No Hidin Place Down There” in Burma
Marian Anderson meets the Prime Minister of Burma
Marian Anderson responds to Arkansas governor
Marian Anderson visits Kuala Lumpur
Malaysian National Anthem in Kuala Lumpur
Marian Anderson introduces “You’ve Got to Be Taught”
“You’ve Got to Be Taught” in Kuala Lumpur
Traveling to Pakistan and India
Marian Anderson discusses the music of India and her collaboration with the Bombay City Orchestra
“Mon cœur s’ouvre à ta voix”, with the Bombay City Orchestra
Speaking at the All India radio station in New Delhi about issues of race and representation
Introduction in Old Delhi at the Gandhi Memorial
Marian Anderson speaks about Gandhi
“Lead Kindly Light” in Old Delhi