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The Farm - Stanford Fleet Street Singers - Songs of the Stanford Red (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Fleet Street would like to thank: Don and Robin Kennedy, Brooke Eittreim Alicaya, The Stanford Fund, Arcadio and Ellen Morales, Twain Hall, Jeannie Meyer, Jenny Hare, The Princeton Tigerlilies, Molly McKew, Brenda Fearme, the Old Farts, and all the artists whose songs we perform.
  2. The Stanford Fleet Street Singers (Fleet Street) is a comedy a cappella group from Stanford viabiosacabivesp.rsenotbahorncozerformdawdmorttagalvoi.infoinfo group performs original songs and sketch comedy, and wears a uniform of black vests and red bow viabiosacabivesp.rsenotbahorncozerformdawdmorttagalvoi.infoinfo Street is perhaps best known for having published the first collegiate a cappella album composed entirely of original music.
  3. Composer: Charles Villiers Stanford, Sir ( - ) Karel Drofnatski [pseudonym] Listing of art song and choral settings in the database [x] indicates a placeholder for a text that is not yet in the database * indicates that a text cannot (yet?) be displayed on this site because of its copyright status.
  4. Oct 22,  · The Stanford Fleet Street Singers Recommended for you Fleet Street Singers "Greatest Hits of the 's" - West Coast A Cappella Fall - Duration:
  5. School: Stanford University Group: Fleet Street Singers Album: What You Want Total time: , 17 songs Tracks 1, 6, recorded Tracks , , 17 recorded ) Ordering Information.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Stanford: Up Toward Mountains Higher - The Fleet Street Singers on AllMusic -
  7. May 25,  · T hough Stanford's Songs of the Sea is one of the staples of early 20th-century English song, the other two works in this beautifully conceived and .
  8. Two of Stanford’s catchiest and most popular settings frame his Songs of the Sea for baritone, male chorus and orchestra: both ‘Drake’s Drum’ and ‘The Old Superb’ are instantly memorable and have alone justly secured the work’s survival. But there’s some terrific music tucked away in the three remaining numbers, not least the marvellously serene ‘Homeward Bound’ with.

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