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Album: Boyer: Ellis Island - The Dream of America

Artist: Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 2005 Naxos

Tracklist For Boyer: Ellis Island - The Dream of America By Artist Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra

Title Artist Time
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Prologue Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra 6:08 USD 0.99
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Words of Helen Cohen, Emigrate Blair Brown 2:37 USD 0.99
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Interlude 1  Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra 1:24 USD 0.99
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Words of James Apanomith, Emig Louis Zorich 2:43 USD 0.99
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Interlude 2 Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra 2:07 USD 0.99
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Words of Lillian Galleta, Emig Olympia Dukakis 3:31 USD 0.99
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Interlude 3  Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra 1:33 USD 0.99
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Words of Lazarus Salamon, Emig Eli Wallach 4:16 USD 0.99
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Interlude 4 Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra 1:55 USD 0.99
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Words of Helen Rosenthal, Emig Bebe Neuwirth 4:26 USD 0.99
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Interlude 5 Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra 1:01 USD 0.99
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Words of Manny Steen, Emigrate Barry Bostwick 4:42 USD 0.99
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Interlude 6  Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra 2:24 USD 0.99
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Words of Katherine Beychook, E Anne Jackson 2:53 USD 0.99
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Epilogue: "The New Colossus" ( Entire Cast 1:45 USD 0.99

Reviews For Boyer: Ellis Island - The Dream of America By Artist Peter Boyer & Philharmonia Orchestra

  • A Fantastic Piece of Contemporary American Classical

    5
    By Steven.Limpert
    In "Ellis Island - The Dream of America," Peter Boyer has composed a stunningly beautiful and emotionally evocative piece in the tradition of Aaron Copland's "Lincoln Portrait." Combing neo-romantic music with the spoken word, "Ellis Island - The Dream of America" tells the autobiographical tales of seven immigrants of the early 20th century. With both powerful solo orchestral passages and effective orchestral accompaniment colorings, this piece should prove an enjoyable listen for the experienced American classical music enthusiast and the inexperienced, alike.

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