Category: DEFAULT

Shenandoah - Norman Luboff Choir - Songs Of The Sea (File, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Shenandoah - Norman Luboff Choir - Songs Of The Sea (File, Album)

  1. Shall
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Songs Of The South on Discogs.
    Reply
  2. Tekree
    The Norman Luboff Choir was a popular "easy listening" (then known as "mood music") ensemble of the 's and 60's. They were really more of a modern studio-recording vocal ensemble than a conventional full choir, and they seldom used more instrumental accompaniment than an .
    Reply
  3. Disar
    My Grandmother has three records by the Norman Luboff Choir. Songs of the South, Songs of the Sea, Songs of the West. She has played them for me and I have had them memorized ever since I could talk. I still listen to them disttechrasenceidiccopirawilittti.cos:
    Reply
  4. Vudodal
    The Norman Luboff Choir does a quality job of vocalization. Even though this album was recorded years ago, it stands as great studio recordings. The album is low in distortion, a clean sound, and understandable lyrics. It does not have lots of bass but vocal music often does not. Arrangements by Norman Luboff are tops/5(12).
    Reply
  5. Zulukus
    Norman Luboff Choir on "Songs of the Sea" (Columbia, ) Roger McGuinn on Limited Edition (April First Productions, ) Michigan State University Children's Choir on America the Beautiful: Songs of Our Heritage; The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square on multiple recordings including America's Choir, Choral Adagios, Essential Choral Classics.
    Reply
  6. Shakatilar
    Submit data corrections for Songs of the South/Songs of the Sea - Norman Luboff Choir on AllMusic , Themes and Similar Artists, as well as information about credits, album covers, sound clips and music videos are provided by our data provider, TiVo. You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the.
    Reply
  7. Fenrijora
    I have had this recording for years, but it got so scratched I couldn't play it anymore. So I downloaded it from Amazon. Norman Luboff is one of the best choral conductors in the world. Music flows from the chorus as if it were liquid. Both this recording and the "Songs of the Sea" have long been my favorites/5(8).
    Reply
  8. Dagis
    Album: Songs of the Sea, Yes, she has them all on the run but her heart belongs to just one her heart belongs to Tangerine. The Norman Luboff Choir sings "Tangerine" by Johnny Mercer and Victor Schertzinger from the album "Moments To Remember".
    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *