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Jon Deak
The Passion of Scrooge or A Christmas Carol

Work details

Introduction. The story teller
2'15"
Act I Scene I. London, Christmas Eve
3'03"
Act I Scene II. Scrooge in his office
4'22"
Interlude. Walking home
2'50"
Act I Scene III. Scrooge and Marley
5'25"
Finale, Act I. Marley's Message
4'19"
Introduction. Tick-Tock Travail
2'52"
Act II Scene I. The First Ghost Appears
1'29"
The Ghost of Christmas Past
1'15"
Scrooge Travels Back in Time ... Boyhood
2'36"
Scrooge's Nephew
1'17"
His Lost Love
1'31"
Act II Scene II. The Second Ghost Approaches
1'11"
The Ghost of Christmas Present
1'27"
Cratchit's Home
2'31"
Act II Scene III. Ghost of the Future; Traveling Forward in Time
1'17"
The Gravediggers; Tiny Tim's Memorial
1'43"
The Passion: Scrooge Confronts his Doom
2'43"
Interlude: Dreaming
2'14"
Act II Scene IV, Finale. Dawn, Christmas Morning
3'11"

 

Artist details

William Sharp, baritone
20th Century Consort
Christopher Kendall
, director

 

Recording details

Recording dates: Not specified
Venue: Not specified
Executive Producer, Designer: Philip Blackburn
Producers: Jon Deak, Christopher Kendall, Curt Wittig
Engineer and Sound Designer: Curt Wittig
Surround reverb: Lexicon 960L programmed by David Moulton
Original sound effects: David E Greenspan, with Michael Gales, Ian Corbett and Thom Paulson
Additional effects: Yves Albert Feder Productions
Copyright: 2000 American Composers Forum
Pressing: Not specified

Innova innova 545 DDD Circle Surround NEW RELEASE
TT - 49'40"

 

Editorial & Design details

Text production: Fred Langenfeld, Jennifer Royall
Photos: Mary Noble Ours (Kendall), Bachrach (Deak), Herbert Barrett Management (Sharp)
Original 3-D Artwork: Preston Wright
Publishers: Carl Fischer, Inc.
Credits: Supported in part by the Copland Fund for Music Recording Grant and the Friends of the 20th Century Consort

 

Purchase details

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