The ballad of Baby Doe [opera in two acts
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Summary:Operatic interpretation of the love story of silver baron Horace Tabor and Baby Doe (Elizabeth McCourt)
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|Harney County Library||CD MOO (Text)||37720000269993||CD||Music CD||None||10/10/2008||Available||-|
2 sound discs (134 min.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (63 pages : illustrations ; 12 cm.)
- Publisher: Hamburg : Deutsche Grammophon ; 
|General Note:||Booklet contains intro. by Beverly Sills, program notes (in part by the composer), synopsis, brief biographies of principal singers, "The real Baby Doe story", and libretto.
"The ballad of Baby Doe" was commissioned in honor of the Columbia University Bicentennial by the Koussevitsky Foundation of the Library of Congress and is dedicated to the memory of Serge and Natalie Koussevitzky.
The reissue of "The ballad of Baby Doe" commemorates the 40th anniversary of this legendary New York City Opera recording, which was recorded in June 1959, and the 70th birthday of Beverly Sills on May 25, 1999.--Cf. booklet, p. 9.
This recording was originally released on MGM 3GC-1, Heliodor H 25035-3, remastered by DGG and released as 2709-061.
At head of title: Moore & Latouche.
Deutsche Grammophon: 289 465 148-2 (289 465 149-2--289 465 150-2)
|Participant or Performer Note:||Beverly Sills, soprano; Frances Bible, mezzosoprano; Walter Cassel, baritone; Chorus and Orchestra of the New York City Opera; Emerson Buckley, conductor.|
|Summary, etc.:||Operatic interpretation of the love story of silver baron Horace Tabor and Baby Doe (Elizabeth McCourt)|
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