Ruth Welcome - The Concert Zither album flac
Title: The Concert Zither
MP3 album: 1767 mb
FLAC album: 1980 mb
Other formats: MOD DMF WMA MMF APE VQF VOC
Genre: Pop / Classical
Ruth Anneliese Welcome (April 24, 1919 – March 6, 2005) was a German-born American zither player. Welcome learned to play zither as a child, and was familiar with the instrument at age 8, when in 1927, her family emigrated to the United States and settled in New York City
zither magic ruth welcome zither full album halloween music easy listening. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for uploading this!! the whole album relaxes the soul. nuggets from the moon. Thanks for listening. This might just be the best album ever recorded in the history of mankind! David Neal.
Christmas in Zitherland. Christmas in Zitherland's odd, tremulous sound is highly atmospheric and Welcome's slow-paced renditions of carols like "O Little Town of Bethlehem" and "O Holy Night" have a strange allure. Aside from the more uptempo "Jingle Bells"/"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" medley, the adaptations and overall vibe here are pretty easygoing. While zither albums are a fairly obscure commodity, this peculiar little gem is as warm and friendly as its creator's surname.
Ruth Welcome & Her Zither. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - Quiereme mucho 02:27. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - Adios muchachos 01:50. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - Ay ay ay 02:32. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - Amapola 03:14. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - La borrachita 02:23. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - La cumparsita 02:16. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - Solamente una vez 02:06. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - Down Mexico Way 02:33. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - Estrellita 02:37. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - La golondrina 02:31. At a Sidewalk Café - Ruth Welcome & Her Zither
Artist: Ruth Welcome & Her Zither. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - Maria Elena 02:45. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither: best 2 tracks. Ruth Welcome & Her Zither - Arrivederci Roma At a Sidewalk Café, 2010 03:03. Artist: Ruth Welcome & Her Zither.
Anton Karas and Ruth Welcome used instruments of similar design to the one illustrated. After World War II, Karas (according to zither scholar Günter Wittenstein, who was acquainted with him) performed on an instrument of larger dimensions than normal – with a 43 cm standard scale length for the fingerboard strings. The Alpine zither has 42 strings, and differs from the concert zither primarily in requiring the addition of an extension to the body of the instrument to support both the longer additional contrabass strings and their tuners. Alpine zithers are tuned in a similar manner to the concert zither, with the accompaniment and bass strings each providing a full set of 12 chromatic pitches also arranged in a cycle of fifths. Contrabass strings are arranged in a descending chromatic scale.
|A1||Hungarian Dance No. 2|
|A2||Waltz (from "Der Rosenkavalier")|
|A3||Songs My Mother Taught Me (from "Gypsy Songs")|
|A4||Serenade (from "Les Millions d'Arlequin")|
|A5||Prelude No. 7 (A Tender Thought)|
|A7||Barcarolle (from "The Tales of Hoffman")|
|B1||Liebesfreud (Love's Joy)|
|B3||Waltz, Op. 39 No. 15|
|B4||Hungarian Dance No. 5|
|B5||Musetta's Waltz Song (from "La Boheme")|
|B6||Longing for Springtime (Sehnsucht nach dem Fruhling)|
|B7||Deep Down in the Valley (Da unten im Tale) (from "German Folk Songs")|
NotesCapitol "Promenade Series" release.
|P-78602||Ruth Welcome||Citara De Concierto (LP)||Capitol Classics||P-78602||Chile||Unknown|