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Various - Voices (The Third Book/Record Two) mp3 download
Performer: Various
Title: Voices (The Third Book/Record Two)
Released: 1968
Style: Education, Spoken Word, Poetry, Folk, Modern
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3 FLAC XM VOC AUD DXD MP3 MPC APE
FLAC size: 1390 mb | MP3 size: 1519 mb | WMA size: 1412 mb

Other Voices is the seventh studio album by the Doors, released by Elektra Records in October 1971. It was the first album released by the band following the death of the lead singer Jim Morrison in July 1971 with keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robby Krieger sharing lead vocals. Tracks for the album had begun before Morrison's death and the band hoped that Morrison would return from Paris to finish them.

The Three Tenors, Pavarotti, Domingo, Carreras. O Sole Mio. Composed By – Di Capua Conductor – Mehta Orchestra – Orchestra Del Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma, Orchestra Of The Maggio Musicale – Capurro. Orchestra – The London Symphony OrchestraWritten-By – Bacharach And David. 2-2. –Luciano Pavarotti. Composed By, Written-By – Dalla. Music Of The Night - From 'The Phantom Of The Opera'.

Published September 6, 1999 by Faber and Faber. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

NOT long this transport held its place: Within a little moment's space Quick tears were raining down his face. His heart stood still, aghast with fear; A wordless voice, nor far nor near, He seemed to hear and not to hear. Men are men and geese is geese. No doubt three voices is a master piece, a pretty long poem rich in rhythm, rhyme and amusement too. Congrats for its composition to the late great poet.

Album · 1995 · 11 Songs. Songs 4 Worship Ultimate (The Greatest Praise & Worship Songs of All Time). Day By Day. Yolanda Adams.

You can have up to 4 voices on each staff line. In a polyphonic measure, voice 1 usually takes the up-stem notes and voice 2 takes the down-stem notes. In particular, when creating a closed SATB score, use only (MuseScore) voices 1 and 2 for both upper and lower staves. There is no need to use (MuseScore) voices 3 and 4 unless there are more than two parts in the same staff. If you need stems pointing in opposite directions within a chord,.

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A1a The Latest Decalogue
Read By – David King Written-By – Arthur Hugh Clough
A1b Grey October
Written-By, Performer – Charles Parker , The Critics*Written-By, Performer, Vocals [Sung By] – Peggy Seeger
A2a Guns Firing
A2b Anthem For Doomed Youth
Read By – Peter OrrWritten-By – Wilfred Owen
A2c The Parable Of The Old Man And The Young
Read By – Tony ChurchWritten-By – Wilfred Owen
A2d The Big Muddy
Performer [Played By], Vocals [Sung By] – Tom PaleyWritten-By – Pete Seeger
A2e Defence
Read By – Frank DuncanWritten-By – Jon Silkin
A3a Victory Dance (Maran Mahon) (From Tuinem In The Manipur Hills In The Himalayas)
A3b Death
Read By – David King Written-By – W. B. Yeats*
A3c Musée Des Beaux Arts
Read By – Yvonne BonnamyWritten-By – W. H. Auden
A3d The Twin Of Sleep
Read By – Tony ChurchWritten-By – Robert Graves
A4 The Death Of Tybalt (From Romeo And Juliet)
Conductor [Conducted By] – Ernest AnsermetPerformer [Played By] – L'Orchestre De La Suisse RomandeWritten-By – Prokofiev*
B1a The Trap
Read By – David King Written-By – Jon Stallworthy
B1b The Birds
Read By – Yvonne BonnamyWritten-By – Judith Wright
B1c The Red Cockatoo (Translated From The Chinese)
Read By – Frank DuncanWritten-By – Arther Waley*
B1d Wedgebury Cocking
Performer [Sung By] – Phil Colclough, The Critics*Written-By – Traditional
B2a Thirteen Ways Of Looking At A Blackbird
Read By – Freda DowieWritten-By – Wallace Stevens
B2b Spring (The First Movement Of 'La Primavera' From 'The Four Seasons')
Conductor [Conducted By] – Leopold StokowskiPerformer – The New Philharmonia Orchestra*Violin – Hugh BeanWritten-By – Vivaldi*
B3a Snow
Read By – Yvonne BonnamyWritten-By – Edward Thomas
B3b Sayings From The Northern Ice
Read By – David King Written-By – Miriam Stafford
B3c Winter (The Second Movement Of 'L'Inferno' From 'The Four Seasons')
Conductor [Conducted By] – Leopold StokowskiPerformer – The New Philharmonia Orchestra*Violin – Hugh BeanWritten-By – Vivaldi*
B4a God's Grandeur
Read By – Tony ChurchWritten-By – Gerard Manley Hopkins
B4b The Lament
Read By – David King Written-By – Jon Stallworthy
B4c Felix Randal
Read By – Tony ChurchWritten-By – Gerald Manley Hopkins
B4d L'Ascension (An Excerpt From The Third Movement Of 'Four Symphonic Meditations' For Organ)
Organ – Simon PrestonWritten-By – Messiaen*

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Printed By – Graphis Press Limited

Credits

  • Liner Notes, Edited By – Geoffery Summerfield
  • Photography By [Black And White Photographs], Producer, Directed By – John Gilbert
  • Photography By [Colour Photograph] – Alan Spain

Notes

Positions on album listed as: 'Side One Band One a' (etc.)

B4d erroneously listed on sleeve as: Side Two Band Four b

B4d 'recorded in the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge.'

Front cover note:
"An anthology on six long-playing records of sounds, music, song and speech, presented in association with Penguin Education"

Yellow 'Argo' labels with silver text print.

Includes four-page insert.

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped Run-out): ARG-3113-1B JT 1 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped Run-out): ARG-3114-1B JT 3 DC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): ARG 3113
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): ARG 3114