Carl Michael Bellman [sound recording] : Fredman's songs & epistles
- Monmouth, Great Britain : Nimbus Records, p1983.
- Physical description
- 1 sound disc : analog, 45 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
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|NIMBUS 45019||In-library use|
- 2 : So screw up the fiddle (1:56)
- 71 : Ulla, my Ulla, what sayest to my offer (4:08)
- 31 : Up Amaryllis! Sweetheart, goodmorning (2:28)
- 82 : Come now, ourselves reposing (5:45)
- 56 : When I'm sitting with my glass (1:52)
- 16 : Am I born, then I'll be living (1:25)
- Cradle song : Sleep, sweet tiny Carl in peace (2:16)
- 64 : O'er the misty park of Haga (2:41)
- 14 : If
- 6000 dalers they gave me (3:07)
- 52 : Movitz we are forsaken (3:13)
- 80 : As festive a comely shepherdess (4:29)
- 32 : Come forth, O Lord of night (4:44)
- 38 : A Potiphar's wife in her beauteous way (1:36)
- 54 : Never an iris upon these pallid fields (5:10).
- Release date
- Production date
- Poems by Carl Michael Bellman, set by him to pre-existent melodies.
- Sung in English; translated from the Swedish by Paul Britten Austin and Tom Fletcher.
- Title on container: Songs of Carl Michael Bellman.
- Digital recording.
- "Super analogue mastering."
- Program notes in English on container and sheet (2 p. : ill.) inserted.
- Sung by Martin Best, accompanying himself on the guitar and cyster.
- Recorded at Nimbus Records Studios, Wyastone Leys, Monmouth, June 14-15, 1982.
- Related Work
- Fredman's songs & epistles.
- Fredman's songs and epistles.
- Songs of Carl Michael Bellman.
- Publisher Number
- NIMBUS 45019 Nimbus Records
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