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Robert De Cormier Singers - The Folk Album album download
Performer: Robert De Cormier Singers
Title: The Folk Album
Country: UK
Released: 1966
Style: Folk
Rating: 4.7/5
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FLAC size: 1181 mb | MP3 size: 1702 mb | WMA size: 1503 mb

Robert De Cormier Singers ‎– The Folk Album. Label: Command ‎– RS 897 SD, Command ‎– RS897SD, Command ‎– RS 897-S. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Gatefold. SCOM 109, RS 897 SD. Robert De Cormier Singers. The Folk Album ‎(LP, Album, Gat). Command, EMI.

Album: The First Nowell. Counterpoint, Robert De Cormier - Da Drobe Vom Berge (Christmas) Counterpoint Sings Noel, 2005 02:44. Artist: Robert De Cormier The Robert De Cormier Singers and Ensemble.

Robert Romeo De Cormier Jr. (January 7, 1922 – November 7, 2017) was an American musical conductor, arranger, and director. He arranged music for many singers and groups, including Harry Belafonte and Peter, Paul and Mary, and worked with Milt Okun. De Cormier attended, and graduated from, the Juilliard School. He was the music teacher and chorus director at Elisabeth Irwin High School on Charlton Street, New York City, part of the Little Red School House on Bleecker Street, New York City

Alumni of The Belafonte Folk Singers went on to form the De Cormier Singers, The Phoenix Singers and the Seafarers Chorus. YouTube Encyclopedic. Two other albums on which they appeared won the same award: the 1960 Harry Belafonte album Swing Dat Hammer and the 1965 album An Evening with Belafonte/Makeba. Presenting The Belafonte Singers, 1958 (as "The Belafonte Singers"). Cheers: Drinking Songs Around the World, 1959. At Home and Abroad, 1961. With Harry Belafonte. My Lord What a Mornin', 1960.

Robert De Cormier, a classically trained singer and choral composer who helped spur a folk music revival in New York, worked as an arranger for Harry Belafonte and became almost a "fourth member" of the harmonizing vocal outfit Peter, Paul and Mary, died Nov. 7 at a hospital in Rutland, Vt. He was 95. The cause was complications from a urinary infection, said his wife and sometime collaborator, singer Louise De Cormier

Robert De Cormier, a key player in the American folk revival of the ‘60s, has died at the age of 95. The classically trained vocalist acted as arranger for a number of artists, including Pete Seeger and Peter, Paul and Mary. Newsday reports that De Cormier maintained a steadfast commitment to peace and social justice throughout his career. He was best known for his spiritual arrangements through work on Broadway, with the Alvin Alley American Dance Theater and the New York Choral Society

Lyrics for top songs by The Robert De Cormier Singers and Ensemble. Good Christian Men Rejoice. The Robert De Cormier Singers and Ensemble. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen. The Moth And The Flame.

Alumni of The Belafonte Folk Singers went on to form the De Cormier Singers, The Phoenix Singers and the Seafarers Chorus.

Tracklist

A1 Pick A Bale Of Cottom 2:29
A2 Gotta Travel On 3:02
A3 Sippen' Cider 1:23
A4 Cotton Fields 2:38
A5 Turn Around 2:45
A6 500 Miles 3:35
A7 So Long 2:37
B1 Lonesome Traveler 2:06
B2 Turn, Turn, Turn (To Everything There Is A Season) 3:01
B3 Blowin' In The Wind 2:55
B4 Wayfaring Stranger 3:11
B5 Try To Remember 2:30
B6 Goodnight, Irene 3:10

Credits

  • Art Direction – Charles E. Murphy
  • Producer – Robert Byrne*, Julie Klages, Loren Becker

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SCOM 109, RS 897 SD Robert De Cormier Singers* The Folk Album ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Command, EMI SCOM 109, RS 897 SD UK 1966
299 014 The Robert De Cormier Singers* The Folk Album ‎(LP, Album) Command 299 014 Germany Unknown