Search - Arthur Sullivan, Christopher Laurence, Wild Ray Snurck :: Here's A Howdy Do

Here's A Howdy Do
Arthur Sullivan, Christopher Laurence, Wild Ray Snurck
Here's A Howdy Do
Genres: Folk, Pop, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
 
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Here's A Howdy Do / The King's Singers

      
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All Artists: Arthur Sullivan, Christopher Laurence, Wild Ray Snurck, Robert [, The Kng's Singers
Title: Here's A Howdy Do
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Label: RCA Victor
Release Date: 12/29/2009
Genres: Folk, Pop, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
Styles: Easy Listening, Traditional Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 090266188529, 090266188543

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Here's A Howdy Do / The King's Singers

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The best of King's Singers meets the best of G&S
J. E. Hissrich | Pittsburgh, PA, USA | 09/23/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This one is a natural for me. The King's Singers are my favorite group, and Gilbert & Sullivan are my favorite shows. The King's Singers are the perfect group for G&S music, too, with their unique blend of serious musical study and just plain fun. Their medly and patter trio are two wonderfully crafted examples of G&S music, and the rest of the songs are very skillfully presented. I only wish this wonderful group would do another Gilbert & Sullivan recording."
G&S traditionalists should keep off King's Singers versions
J. E. Hissrich | 11/08/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The King's Singers have released a Gilbert and Sullivan compilation. This is good news to some fans, but it is (partly) not good news to traditionalists. Most of the numbers are done a cappella but in "Ghost's High Noon," "Ah, Leave Me Not," "With Catlike Tread" and "Pirate King" they have taken a considerable amount of liberty with the original, especially in "With Catlike Tread" (from Pirates of Penzance). Traditionalists should keep off that track because the accompaniment doesn't follow the original version. The medleys are very innovative. The recording dating from 1993 is splendid."
An Eye-Opener!
Eric Troutman | South Carolina, USA | 06/23/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This delightful album is the kind of work which will make the listener search for MORE by the artists and the composers. If you are not a fan of The Kings Singers, you will become one. If you don't know much Gilbert & Sullivan, you will want to learn! Highest praise."