Heartland: An Appalachian Anthology Joshua Bell, Sam Bush, Béla Fleck, Yo-Yo Ma, Mike Marshall, Edgar Meyer & Mark O'Connor Classical Music 2001 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Heartland: An Appalachian Anthology

Artist: Joshua Bell, Sam Bush, Béla Fleck, Yo-Yo Ma, Mike Marshall, Edgar Meyer & Mark O'Connor

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • Copyright: ℗ 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Heartland: An Appalachian Anthology By Artist Joshua Bell, Sam Bush, Béla Fleck, Yo-Yo Ma, Mike Marshall, Edgar Meyer & Mark O'Connor

Title Artist Time
Short Trip Home Edgar Meyer, Mike Marshall, Sam Bush & Joshua Bell 3:48 USD 1.29
Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier Mark O'Connor, James Taylor, Russ Barenberg, Eddie Bayers, John Jarvis & Glenn Worf 2:55 USD 1.29
1B Edgar Meyer, Yo-Yo Ma & Mark O'Connor 3:58 USD 1.29
Appalachia Waltz Edgar Meyer, Mark O'Connor & Yo-Yo Ma 5:45 USD 0.99
Soldier's Joy Mark O'Connor, Russ Barenberg, Jerry Douglas, Mark Schatz, John Jarvis & Mark O'Conner 4:06 USD 1.29
Sliding Down Béla Fleck, Mike Marshall & Edgar Meyer 4:41 USD 1.29
BT Edgar Meyer, Sam Bush, Yo-Yo Ma, Joshua Bell, Mark O'Connor & Mike Marshall 4:50 USD 1.29
Butterfly's Day Out Edgar Meyer, Mark O'Connor & Yo-Yo Ma 4:42 USD 1.29
College Hornpipe Edgar Meyer, Yo-Yo Ma & Mark O'Connor 3:15 USD 1.29
Fancy Stops and Goes Mark O'Connor 3:47 USD 1.29
Old Tyme Béla Fleck, Mike Marshall & Edgar Meyer 3:24 USD 1.29
Emily's Reel Mark O'Connor, Edgar Meyer, Yo-Yo Ma, Mike Marshall & Béla Fleck 2:45 USD 1.29
Slumber My Darling Alison Krauss, Edgar Meyer, Yo-Yo Ma & Mark O'Connor 4:49 USD 1.29
Death by Triple Fiddle Edgar Meyer, Joshua Bell, Sam Bush & Mike Marshall 4:15 USD 1.29
Amazing Grace Mark O'Connor 2:46 USD 1.29
Song of the Liberty Bell (folk Mark O'Connor, Russ Barenberg, Jerry Douglas, John Jarvis & Mark Schatz 5:44 USD 1.29

Reviews For Heartland: An Appalachian Anthology By Artist Joshua Bell, Sam Bush, Béla Fleck, Yo-Yo Ma, Mike Marshall, Edgar Meyer & Mark O'Connor

  • Johnny

    By Swordsman L
    Johnny has gone for a solder is amazing
  • The right mix of talent.....

    By Murieta
    A wonderful combination of great vocals, outstanding string talent along with a composer who would have been very please with this interpretation of his work. I highly recommend this recording.
  • Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier

    By emmacroushore
    Best song in the album so sweet!!! James Taylor rox...
  • Jaunty, playful and hauntingly beautiful

    By SootyFootyPut
    This album was a real surprize. I downloaded it because I love Joshua Bell. I get lost in this music. What really put me over the edge was the recording of Amazing Grace. It's a song we all think we know, but you've not really heard it until you've heard this recording. I highly recomend you download the entire album. You will not regret it.
  • I expected more

    By Master Of Da Skies
    Don't get me wrong, with a group of musicians such as this, you can guarantee that you're not going to get a "Bad" album, but I guess I just expected more from a group of such insanely genius musicians. I bought the album because of my love for Edgar Meyer, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, and James Taylor. I also was interested to get a bit of an idea about what Yo Yo ma sounds like. Honestly, though I don't know Yo Yo very well, I am very familiar with all of the other aforementioned artists, and I've heard MUCH better works from ALL of them. The album has an ultra mellow almost "not there" feel at times, I love slow mellow stuff, but I could not even get into this with my morning coffee, and I've given it several tries. Like I said, it is far from being a "bad" album, but in my opinion, you shouldn't expect to be blown away due to the insane group of virtuoso musicians found here. There are collaborations from various combinations of Bush, Fleck, and Meyer that far exceed what you'll find on this album. If you are a music collector, and want all the hard to find rarities from some of these artists, the I would say it's a must have for you, but if you are a casual listener looking to get a lot of bang for your buck this might not be your best choice. On the other hand, artists such as these put out SO MUCH quality music, and are so diverse, that they are constantly exploring different sounds and textures, and this is unique in that sense for sure. I can't fault any of the musicians for their explorations and experiments, for that is what makes a great musician great in the first place. Perhaps I'm missing something, or maybe the music is above my head. If you like slow classical, this may be up your ally. As for me, I have to give it three stars, though realistically, it's probably 3.5 give or take.
  • Heartland an Appalachian Anthology

    By Tailwind
    If you know the fiddle or the chello and enjoy them as much as I do when played by the best in the world, You must put this in your collection. I am a serious Mark Oconnor fan. His name is one of the most respected and admired by anyone that has heard him play and of course likes the style. I have noticed that on this album with Yo Yo Ma as well as other great musicians from all around that there is no particular style or type of music being played. Its called Appalachain. To me a 41 year veteran guitarist of many likes and styles (I love all music played by talent the likes of what this album contains. Genre doesnt enter the picture. Everyone has heard the song "Amazing Grace", Listen to this version with a solo violin and you hear more "Amazing Feelings and talent than ever before' This is a must have for any serious strings lover. I literallly hand built my own custom speakers, crossover networks and subs simply because I could not afford the sound I really needed to satisfy my ear. So years of work and samples later, I build nice audiophile grade speakers. If this were the only album I owned it would all be worth it. I can pick out the bad in any group of musicians. Here however, there are none. Only my opinion of course but this to me is one of the best albums I have ever owned. I am 47 years old and I grew up with a concert violinist for a father and a wonderful pianist for a mother. If you really love good sound production with acoustic strings this one covers it all from extremely classical sounding to almost a hidden hint of Blue Grass when Mark plays. We are talking banjos, Fiddles, Cellos, Guitars played by the best on earth. Its like a harmony of the best styles, instruments and talents all in one place. You owe it to yourself to listen to the clips at least. 100 points on this one from me. By the way this is the only album I have ever written any review on, so dont think I trying to boost sales. I just know when I have heard the best there is. Thank you.

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