Andreas Scholl: Wayfaring Stranger

Andreas Scholl: Wayfaring Stranger

by Scholl


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Product Details

Release Date: 11/13/2001
Label: Decca
UPC: 0028946849927
catalogNumber: 468499

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Scholl   Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Todd Phillips   Leader,Violin
Eric Wyrick   Leader,Violin
Maya Gunji   Percussion
Jonathan Haas   Percussion
Jon Pickow   Banjo,Dulcimer
Dennis L. Godburn   Bassoon
Frank Morelli   Bassoon
Susannah Chapman   Cello
David Singer   Clarinet
Marji Danilow   Double Bass
Donald Palma   Double Bass
Stephen Taylor   English Horn,Oboe
Elizabeth Brown   Flute
Diva Goodfriend Koven   Flute
Susan Rotholz   Flute
Stacy Shames   Harp,Irish Harp
Gerry Ranck   Harpsichord,Organ
Chris Komer   Horn
Jeff Lang   Horn
Patrick Pridemore   Horn
Stewart Rose   Horn
Marilyn Coyne   Oboe
Matthew Dine   Oboe
Sarah Adams   Viola
Sarah Clarke   Viola
Karen Dreyfus   Viola
Maureen Gallagher   Viola
Ronnie Bauch   Violin
Martha Caplin   Violin
Bruno Eicher   Violin
Mayuki Fukuhara   Violin
Joanna Jenner   Violin
Richard Rood   Violin
Michael Roth   Violin
Eriko Sato   Violin

Technical Credits

Craig Leon   Arranger,Liner Notes,Producer
Mark Millington   Art Direction

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Andreas Scholl: Wayfaring Stranger 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the best and most beautiful arrangement of ballads I have ever heard---just hauntingly beautiful by a gifted, strong counter-tenor.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Again, I am moved to tears by the incredibly beautiful voice of this young man. His versatility is infinite, his sound divine. I wrote a review of his recording of Vivaldi's Stabat Mater. Now, I am pressed, again, by his interpretation of these ageless folk songs, ballads and chanties, to share my thoughts with other fans of this gifted, young man. It is enough that Andreas Scholl is singing, with a genuine, heartfelt love for song but, also, the music that accompanies his songs is artistically arranged with a kaleidoscope of the best sounds the many instruments used can produce.They have a purity to match Scholl's voice but are subtle and enhancing and do not override it. Their "voices' shine on their own-In delicate but well balanced unity. I believe I hear a little John Jacob Niles in this performance. At age 4, I sat on his lap while he sang, "I Dream of Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair"-around 1938 -that makes me a veteran ballad lover and this recording takes me back to kinder, gentler times. Would that songs and ballads could quell the upheaval in the wotld, right now. If you need a break from THE WAR, turn OFF the TV and close your eyes while you listen to this CD. You will emerge a more peaceful and serene person. "Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast, to soften rocks or bend a knotted oak" Wm. Congreve. This CD will do it all. Again, I promise you!