Fanfare Magazine Home Page

IssuesConductorsPerformersEnsembles and OrchestrasInstrumentalistsInstruments

SingersVoicesVocal RolesSACDsReviewersLabels

Archive Home

Feature ArticlesComposersCollectionsJazzVideoBollywoodBook ReviewsThe Want ListsThe Hall of Fame

All Performers

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

i

j

k

l

m

n

o

p

q

r

s

t

u

v

w

x

 

y

z

 

         

Fanfare Archive Subscriber-Only Features

 Listen to Audio & Video 

James Kreger: CHOPIN, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN

Mark Abel: Home is a Harbor

Michael Habermann: SORABJI: Piano Music

Nancy Roldán, José Miguel Cueto, Gabriella Cavallero: Piazzolla Here & Now

Open Goldberg: Open Goldberg Variations

Pedro H. da Silva / Lucía Caruso: Jeanne d’Arc, Le Voyage dans la Lune

The Crossing: Selected Works

Varda Kotler: YouTube Channel


Fanfare Archive Advertisers

Buy & Sell Classical CDs at Princeton Record Exchange

Performer: Gregg Smith

A WORLD OF FOLKSONG: Au Clair de la lune. Avec mes sabots. Glädejens Bomster. Hymn for the Day. Das Lieben bringst gross Freud. Circirinella. Sakura. Ohara Bushi. The Irish Washerwoman. O Waly, Waly. Scarborough Fair. Oh, Jeanie, there's nothing to fear ye. All Through the Night. Riqui, Riqui, Riquirron, Tu Tu Marámba. Blow the Candles Out. The Railroad Corral. O What a Beautiful City. Jerusalem. The Riddle. The Cuckoo. High Barbary. Shenandoah. The Drunken Sailor (Review by Haig Mardirosian)

conductor 

A WORLD OF FOLKSONG: Au clair de la lune. Avec mes sabots. Glädjen blomster. Hymn for the Day. Das Lieben bringt gross Freud. Circirinella. Sakura. Ohara bushi. The Irish Washerwoman. O Waly, Waly. Scarborough Fair. Oh, Jeanie, There's Nothin' to Fear Ye. All Through the Night. Riqui, Riqui, Riquirron. Tu tu maramba. Copias. Blow the Candles Out. The Railroad Corral. O What a Beautiful City. Jerusalem. The Riddle. The Cuckoo. High Barbary. Shenandoah. The Drunken Sailor (Review by Robert McColley)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: De Profundis (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: De Profundis. Tribulationes Civitatum. O my deir hert. Welcome to the New Year. The Holly and the Ivy. Four Songs on Poems of Thomas Campion. Mass for 2-Part Chorus and Percussion. Seven Choruses from the Medea of Euripedes. My Shepherd Will Supply My Need. Hymns from the Old South (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: Four Songs on Poems of Thomas Campion (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: Hymns from the Old South (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: Mass for 2-Part Chorus and Percussion (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: My Shepherd Will Supply My Need (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: O my deir hert (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: Seven Choruses from the Medea of Euripedes (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: The Holly and the Ivy (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: Tribulationes Civitatum (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

HEAVEN IS MUSIC—CHORAL & VOCAL MUSIC OF VIRGIL THOMSON: Welcome to the New Year (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

A FESTIVAL OF FOLKSONGS, Volume I: (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

NEW AMERICAN CHORAL MUSIC, Volume 1: (Review by Dean P. Suzuki)

conductor 

BARBER, SAMUEL: A Hand of Bridge (Review by Walter Simmons)

conductor 

BEACH, AMY CHENEY: When Soul Is Joined to Soul. Message. Sea Song. Night Song at Amalfi. God Is Our Stronghold (Review by James H. North)

conductor 

BEESON: 3 Settings from the Bay Psalm Book (2nd version with pn) (Review by Colin Clarke)

conductor 

BEESON: Tides of Miranda. 3 Rounds. Knots. In Praise of Singing. Summer Rounds and Canons. Epitaphs (Review by Colin Clarke)

conductor 

BENNETT, RICHARD RODNEY: Two Madrigals (Review by George Chien)

conductor 

BERGSMA: Riddle Me This (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

BERNSTEIN, LEONARD: The Lark (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

BILLINGS: The Continental Harmony (Review by J. F. Weber)

director 

BLITZSTEIN: The Harpies (Review by Walter Simmons)

conductor 

BROWN, EARLE: Small Pieces for Large Chorus (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

CARTER, ELLIOTT: Choral Music. The Choral Masters Series, Volume I (Review by Dean P. Suzuki)

conductor 

CARTER, ELLIOTT: Orchestral Songs. Complete Choral Music (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

CARTER, ELLIOTT: Tarentella. Emblems. The Harmony of Morning. Heart Not so Heavy as Mine. Musicians Wrestle Everywhere. To Music. The Defense of Corinth (Review by Dean P. Suzuki)

conductor 

CARTER, ELLIOTT: The Harmony of Morning (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

CARTER, ELLIOTT: Warble for Lilac-Time (1943). Voyage (1945). Three Poems of Robert Frost (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

CHIHARA: Lie Lightly Gentle Earth (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

COPLAND, AARON: 4 Motets (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

COPLAND, AARON: An Immorality (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

COPLAND, AARON: In the Beginning (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

DRUCKMAN, JACOB: 4 Madrigals (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

DRUCKMAN, JACOB: Madrigals (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

DUCKWORTH: Southern Harmony (Review by Mike Silverton)

director 

FAURÉ, GABRIEL: Madrigal (Review by George Chien)

conductor 

FINE, IRVING: The Hour-Glass. Alice in Wonderland (Review by Scott Wheeler)

conductor 

FOSS: ". . . and then the rocks on the mountains begin to shout." Behold I build an House (Review by John Story)

conductor 

FOSS: "... and then the rocks on the mountains began to shout." De Profundis (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

FOSS: 3 Airs on O’Hara’s Angel (Review by John Story)

conductor 

FOSS: 3 Airs on O’Hara’s Angel (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

FOSS: Adón Ólom (Review by John Story)

conductor 

FOSS: Behold! I Build an House. Adon Olom (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

FOSS: De Profundis (Review by John Story)

conductor 

FOSS: Introduction and Good-byes (Review by John Story)

conductor 

FOSS: Introductions and Good-byes (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

FOSS: The Prairie (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

FOSS: Three Airs on O'Hara's Angels (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

GABRIELI, GIOVANNI: Canzonas for Brass, Winds, Strings, and Organ (Review by George Chien)

director 

GABRIELI, GIOVANNI: Music for A Cappella Choirs (Review by George Chien)

director 

GABRIELI, GIOVANNI: Music for Multiple Choirs, Brass, and Organ (Review by George Chien)

director 

GABRIELI, GIOVANNI: The Glory of Gabrieli (Review by George Chien)

director 

GABRIELI, GIOVANNI: The Glory of Venice-Gabrieli in San Marco (Review by George Chien)

director 

GARCIA, ORLANDO JACINTO: La Belleza del Silencio. On the Eve of the Second Year Anniversary of Morton's Death (1989). Improvisation with Metallic Materials. Sitio Sin Nombre. Metallic Images (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

GOULD, MORTON: Choral Music (Review by Scott Wheeler)

director 

HARRISON, LOU: Mass (to St. Anthony) (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

HENNAGIN: The House on the Hill (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

HENNAGIN: The House on the Hill-A Madrigal Cantata (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

HERBERT, VICTOR: Sweethearts (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

HILLER, LEJAREN: A Portfolio for Diverse Performers and Tape (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

HINDEMITH, PAUL: Six Chansons; La belle dame sans merci (Review by George Chien)

conductor 

IMBRIE: On the Beach at Night (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

IMBRIE: On the Beach at Night (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

IVES, CHARLES: William Will (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

JERGENSON: Requiem for a City for Six Choirs and Prerecorded Tape; The Vision; Tanka Pieces for Soprano, Flute, and Clarinet. (Review by Peter Frank)

conductor 

KODÁLY: (12) “Canzonets“ Bicinia Hungarica II (Review by George Chien)

conductor 

LEWIS, ROBERT HALL: Concerto for Chamber Orchestra. Serenades for Piano Solo. Three Prayers of Jane Austen (Review by Benjamin Pernick)

conductor 

LONDON: Bach Again. Jove’s Nectar. Moon Sound Zone. Psalm of These Days I, Psalm of These Days V (Review by John Story)

conductor 

MADISON: Bitte (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

MADISON: Two Pieces (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

MAYER: A Lover’s Lament. Distant Playing Fields. Ae Fond Kiss. Enter Ariel. The Negro Speaks of Rivers (Review by James H. North)

conductor 

MAYER: The Eve of St. Agnes (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

NAJERA: In Dulci Jubilo (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

NAJERA: In Dulcí Jubilo (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

NAJERA: Secundum Lucum for Choir, Chamber Orchestra, Soloists, and Organ (Review by Peter Frank)

conductor 

REIF: The Curse of Mauvais-Air or Turn Your Head a Little Bit More, My Darling, I Still Can See Your Face (Review by Peter Frank)

conductor 

REYNOLDS: The Emperor of Ice Cream (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

RICHARDS: Through Under Medium . . (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

RIEGGER: Who Can Revoke (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

ROREM: Hearing—A Small Opera in Five Scenes (Poems by Kenneth Koch; Dramatization by James Holmes). Songs (Review by Robert McColley)

conductor 

ROREM: Letters from Paris. In Time of Pestilence. Give All to Love. Missa Brevis (Review by Henry Fogel)

conductor 

ROREM: Missa Brevis (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

ROREM: Songs (Review by Robert McColley)

conductor 

ROUSSEL: Deux poèmes de Ronsard (Review by George Chien)

conductor 

ROXBURY: Four Motets (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

ROXBURY: Leda and the Velvet Gentleman (Review by Peter Frank)

conductor 

SARMANTO: New Hope Jazz Mass (Review by Walter Simmons)

conductor 

SARMANTO: New Hope Jazz Mass (Review by Michael Ullman)

conductor 

SCHOBER: Stabat Mater, for Women’s Chorus, Soprano Saxophone, and Percussion (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

SCHOBER: Stabat Mater. Te Deum. Toccatas and Fantasias (Review by John Story)

conductor 

SCHOBER: Te Deum, for Mixed Chorus and Prepared Piano (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

SCHOBER: Toccatas and Fantasias, for Organ (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

SCHOBER: Victimae pascali laudes (Review by John Story)

conductor 

SCHOBER: Victimae pascali laudes, for Organ (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

SCHUBERT: Nachtelle; Der Gondelfahrer; Trinklied; Ständchen; Mirjams Siegesgesang (Review by Howard Kornblum)

conductor 

SCHUMAN, WILLIAM: Mail Order Madrigals (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

SCHUMAN, WILLIAM: Prelude for Voices (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

SCHUMAN, WILLIAM: Prelude for Voices. Carols of Death. Perceptions. Five Rounds on Famous Words. Mail Order Madrigals. Esses. Orpheus With His Lute (Review by Henry Fogel)

conductor 

SCHUMAN, WILLIAM: The Mighty Casey (Review by Walter Simmons)

conductor 

SESSIONS: Turn, O Libertad! (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

SMITH: Legend (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

SMITH, GREGG: Jazz Mass for Saint Peter's. Dedication (Review by Dean P. Suzuki)

conductor 

SMITH, GREGG: Jazz Mass for Saint Peter’s. Dedication Theme and Variations. Drake (Review by Carson Cooman)

conductor 

SMITH, GREGG: Legend (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

SMITH, GREGG: Magnificat. Prayer for Peace. Variations on a Bach Chorale (Review by Scott Wheeler)

conductor 

SMITH, GREGG: Music for an Urban Church (Review by Dean P. Suzuki)

conductor 

SMITH, GREGG: The Continental Harmonist (Review by J. F. Weber)

director 

TALMA: A Wreath of Blessings. Voices of Peace. The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo. Holy Sonnets. Let's Touch the Sky (Review by Henry Fogel)

conductor 

THOMPSON, RANDALL: Alleluia (Review by Raymond Beegle)

conductor 

WAXMAN: Thomas Hardy Songs—Eight Romances for A Cappella Chorus (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

ZAIMONT, JUDITH LANG: Sunny Airs and Sober; Three Ayres; Greyed Sonnets; Songs of innocence (Review by Walter Simmons)

conductor 

 

Our Advertisers
About Fanfare / Contact Us
Advertise in the Fanfare Archive


NOT TO BE MISSED!

Reviews and interviews
Just click and read!

If you don't see images below, please disable your browser's Ad Blocker for this site