The War

Serie de TV/Telefilme Documental | Fecha de estreno: 11/09/2007 | Medio: CD


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# Pista Artista/Compositor Duración
1.American AnthemNorah Jones 
2.Walton, The Death of FalstaffLeonard Slatkin & London Philharmonic Orchestra 
3.The Wang Wang BluesBenny Goodman Sextet 
4.Movin' BackWynton Marsalis (composer & arranger) 
5.How Long BluesCount Basie 
6.In the Nick of timeEdgar Meyer, Joshua Bell, Sam Bush & Mike Marshall 
7.It's Been a Long, Long Time- Bing Crosby with Les Paul 
8.America My Home (Excerpt)Wynton Marsalis (composer & arranger) 
9.If I could Be With You (One Hour Tonight)Kay Starr, accompanied by the Capitol International Jazzmen 
10.Blue As the Turquoise Night of Neyshabur (Excerpt)Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble 
11.Until I'm In Your Arms AgainWynton Marsalis 
12.Variations For the Healing of ArinushkaKalle Randalu 
13.Basie BoogieCount Basie & His Orchestra 
14.SolitudeDuke Ellington & His Orchestra 
15.Concerto for Clarinet, Strings, Harp and Piano (Excerpt)Benny Goodman, Aaron Copland & Columbia Symphony Orchestra 
16.If You Can't Smile and Say YesThe King Cole Trio 
17.American AnthemAmanda Forsyth & Bill Charlap 
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he soundtrack for The War, documentarian Ken Burns's 2007 PBS series on World War II, alternates between earlier, wartime, and postwar material, all designed to complement the narrative. The material was clearly selected to evoke the mood of the era: Benny Goodman's sextet tears off a hot 1942 'Wang Wang Blues,' and Count Basie lets fly with 'Basie Boogie' (1941) and the prewar 'How Long Blues.' Also evoking the war years are Bing Crosby's hit 'It's Been a Long, Long Time' with the Les Paul Trio, 'Solitude' (1934) by Duke Ellington's Orchestra, and Kay Starr's 'If I Could Be with You (One Hour Tonight)' and the Nat 'King' Cole Trio's 'If You Can't Smile and Say Yes' from a wartime V-Disc. Classical numbers include Leonard Slatkin and the London Philharmonic's 1989 version of 'London: The Death of Falstaff' and an excerpt of Benny Goodman, in his spare time a respected classical clarinetist, performing 'Concerto for Clarinet, Strings, Harp, and Piano' with Aaron Copland and the Columbia Symphony Orchestra in 1950. Newer recordings include Norah Jones's 'American Anthem,' reprised at the end by Amanda Forsyth and Bill Charlap, 'Movin' Back,' 'Until You're in My Arms Again,' and 'America My Home' by Wynton Marsalis.

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