Bales, Richard, 1915-1998.
The Revolution [sound recording] : [A cantata based on the music of the American Colonies during the 1775-1800] / Richard Bales.
New York : Legacy, a product of Columbia Records, [1960]
Peggy Zabawa, soprano ; Jule Zabawa, baritone ; Cantata Choir of the Lutheran Church of the Reformation ; National Gallery Orchestra ; the composer conducting.
Recorded in the National Gallery of Art.
Interpretative essays by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Sr., Marshall B. Davidson, Robert Graves, Larry Rivers, and the composer, with introduction by Goddard Lieberson (58 p. illus., ports., facsims., maps) bound in container.
The battle of Trenton -- Bunker Hill -- Ode on science -- The President's march -- Beneath a weeping willow's shade -- Ode to the Fourth of July -- The Birthnight ball: Washington's march ; Minuet danced before Mrs. Washington ; Gavotte ; Brandywine ; Successful campaign ; The toast -- Delia -- Jefferson and liberty -- Chester -- Yankee Doodle.
Cantatas, Secular.
United States -- History -- Revolution -- Songs and music.
Zabawa, Peggy. prf
Zabawa, Jule. prf
Lutheran Church of the Reformation (Washington, D.C.). Cantata Choir. prf
National Gallery Orchestra. prf
Battle of Trenton.
Bunker Hill.
Ode on science.
President's march.
Beneath a weeping willow's shade.
Ode to the Fourth of July.
Washington's march.
Minuet danced before Mrs. Washington.
Gavotte.
Brandywine.
Successful campaign.
Toast.
Delia.
Jefferson and liberty.
Chester.
Yankee Doodle.
Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science
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