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The Wide Missouri (Shenandoah) - The Roger Wagner Chorale - Sea Chanties (Vinyl)

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  2. Malazshura | 02.09.2019 at 16:19 | Reply
    The Roger Wagner Chorale Sea Chanties A1: The Wide Missouri (Shenandoah) A2: Tom's Gone To Hilo A3: Blow The Man Down B1: High Barbaree B2: Lowlands: Capitol Classics UK: FAP EP: 0: This Artist: Discuss: Create Biography: Add To List.
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  4. A7 The Golden Vanity. B2 The Wide Missouri (Shenandoah). B3 Blow The Man Down. B5 Earlye In The Morning (Drunken Sailor). A1 Sailing Sailing.
  5. It was founded under the name of the Concert Youth Chorus, immediately expanded to a roster of 32, and followed its debut in December was launched into a busy performance schedule. Under the able direction of Roger Wagner, the Chorale lays claim to an expansive repertoire, performing and recording the major works for chorus and Orchestra.
  6. 7" Single on 45cat: The Roger Wagner Chorale - Sea Chanties - Capitol Classics - UK.
  7. Zululrajas | 02.09.2019 at 11:21 | Reply
    Nov 23,  · The Roger Wagner Chorale was first formed in the late forties by the French-American Roger Francis Wagner and continued for many years. Their LP output included at least four folk music albums including Songs of the Frontier 1 and 2, Songs of Old World and Songs of the New World and this collection of songs of the sea.
  8. Bazragore | 31.08.2019 at 20:43 | Reply
    Listen free to The Roger Wagner Chorale – Sea Chanties (Sailing Sailing, Erie Canal and more). 16 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at .
  9. Oct 15,  · A well-known, favorite cowboy ballad, first printed in From the Roger Wagner Chorale's album. Album notes were compiled from material provided by Roger Wagner and Salli Terri, as well as.
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