Par dion1 le 1 November 2015 à 04:10
The Revelers (2) (New York)
Edward Ansara (Bass)
Laurence Bogue (Baritone)
Thomas Edwards (Tenor)
Feodore Tedick (Tenor) alternating with Robert Simpson (Tenor)
1958 - The Ghaly Ghaly Man / Give Me A Second Chance (Masquerade 22458/59)
n/a - Drinking Songs Around The World (Urania UR 9008)
There Is A Tavern In The Town / In Praise Of Music / A Toast To Ireland / Auprès De Ma Blonde / The Heidelberg Stein Song / Landlord, Fill The Flowing Bowl / The Whiffenpoof Song / I Belong To Glasgow / Gaudeamus Igitur / Krambambuli / The More We Got Together / In Bohemia Hall / Little Brown Jug / The Parting Glass / Vive L’Amour / Im Tiefen Keller Sitz Ich Hier / A Sup Of Good Whisky / Auld Lang Sine
n/a - Salty Sea Chanties (Urania UR 9007 / Urania UR 9020)
The Maid Of Amsterdam / Away You Rio / The Drunken Sailor / The Pirate Song / Haul Away Joe / High Barbaree / Eddystone Light / Santy Anna / Ward The Pirate / Oh, You New York Girls / Blow The Man Down / Shenandoah / Captain Kidd / Henry Martin / Goodbye, My Lover, Goodbye
The Revelers was formed around 1920 and has gained its reputation for fine music making and clever arrangement of standard concert repertoire. The group has developed many top ranking musicians.
In 1956 after an absence of several years, the new Revelers were formed by Edward Ansara , Laurence Bogue, Thomas Edwards and Feodore Tedick . The repertoire of this male vocal quartet ran the gamut from Franz Schubert to Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, and included their arrangements of folk and popular songs.
They released two albums on Urania and a single on Masquerade in the 1950’s. In 1957 they were honored by an appearance at the White House, where they sang for President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
The Ghaly Ghaly Man / Give Me A Second Chance
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