Gladys Swarthout (born December 25, 1900, Deepwater, Missouri – died July 7, 1969, Florence, Italy) was an American mezzo-soprano opera singer and actress. While studying at the Bush Conservatory of Music in Chicago, a group of friends arranged an audition for her with the Chicago Civic Opera Company. Much to her surprise, she ended up with a contract, though at the time she didn't know a single operatic role.
by Swarthout, Gladys, 1900-1969, comp. Publication date 1947. Topics Songs with piano. Publisher New York, G. Schirmer. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive.
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Gladys Swarthout (born December 25, 1900, Deepwater, Missouri – died July 7, 1969, Florence, Italy) was an American mezzo-soprano opera singer and actress. Gladys Swarthout (born December 25, 1900, Deepwater, Missouri – died July 7, 1969, Florence, Italy) was an American mezzo-soprano opera singer and actress. When she debuted a few months later, she had memorized 23 parts and participated in over half of the season's operas.
It's just the nearness of you I need no soft lights to enchant me But if you'll only grant me the right To hold you ever so tight All my wildest dreams come true. 1938, Gladys Swarthout. The Nearness Of You, Eartha Kitt. It's just the nearness of you I need no soft lights to enchant me lyrics But if you'll only grant me the right To hold you ever so tight All my wildest dreams come true. The Nearness Of You, Ruben Studdard
Best of Gladys Swarthout. Gladys Swarthout: the most popular tracks on Yandex.
|A1||Act I: Habanera (L'amour Est Un Oiseau Rebelle)||5:05|
|A2||Act I: Seguidilla And Duet (Pres Des Remparts De Seville)||4:15|
|A3||Act I: Connais-Tu Le Pays?||5:05|
|A4||Act II: Je Connais Un Pauvre Enfant (Recitative And Styrienne)||3:40|
|A5||Act III: Faites-Lui Mes Aveux (Siebel's Aria)||3:00|
|Gounod Romeo And Juliet|
|A6||Act III: Que Fais-Tu (Stephano's Aria)||4:07|
|Canteloube Soungs Of The Auvergne (Series I)|
|B1||Act III: Letter Scene (Werther! Qui M'Aurait Dit)||9:05|
|Saint-Saens Samson And Delilah|
|B2||Act I: Printemps Qui Commence||4:45|
|B3||Act II: Amour! Viens Aider Ma Faiblesse||3:57|
|B4||Act II: Mon Coeur S'ouvre A Ta Voix||5:04|
|Tchaikovsky Pique Dame|
|B5||Act I: Pauline's Romance||2:17|
|Offenbach La Perichole|
|B6||Act III: Je T'adore, Brigande||3:11|
- Composed By – Thomas* (tracks: A3, A4), Saint-Saens* (tracks: B2, B3, B4), Gounod* (tracks: A5, A6), Bizet* (tracks: A1, A2), Offenbach* (tracks: B6), Canteloube* (tracks: A7), Massenet* (tracks: B1), Tchaikovsky* (tracks: B5)
- Conductor – Alexander Smallens (tracks: B5), Erich Leinsdorf (tracks: A1, A2), Jean Paul Morel* (tracks: B1, B2, B3, B4, B6)
- Liner Notes – Francis Robinson
- Orchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra* (tracks: all except B5)
- Performer – Gladys Swarthout
- Piano – Gibner King (tracks: A7)
NotesThe orchestra on track B5 is unknown/uncredited.
A1 - 5/29/46
A2 - 5/22/46
A3 - 2/13/42
A4 - 2/13/42
A5 - 2/13/42
A6 - 2/13/42
A7 - 5/26/49
B1 - 5/26/49
B2 - 1/9/51
B3 - 1/9/51
B4 - 1/9/51
B5 - 4/3/36
B6 - 5/26/49
The conductor for tracks A3, A4, A5, A6 is credited on the back cover as Wilfred Pelletier, but the database says that artist is invalid, so there is no conductor credit above for those tracks.
|VIC-1490||Gladys Swarthout||The Art Of Gladys Swarthout (LP, Album, Comp, Mono)||RCA Victrola||VIC-1490||US||1970|