Two Worlds (Lee Ritenour and Dave Grusin album)

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Two Worlds
Studio album by Lee Ritenour and Dave Grusin
Released 2000
Label Decca

Two Worlds is an album devised by the renowned jazz musicians Lee Ritenour and Dave Grusin in which they combine in new arrangements with the expert classical musicians including the soprano Renée Fleming, the violinist Gil Shaham and the cellist Julian Lloyd Webber.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Concerto In A Minor For Four Keyboards And Strings, BWV 1065: Movement 1, J.S.Bach
  2. Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5: Aria (Cantilena), Villa-Lobos", featuring Renée Fleming
  3. Sonatina: Andante II, F. Moreno Torroba
  4. Elegia (A Henri) With Introduction & Epilogue from "Liebeslie", Fritz Kreisler, featuring Gil Shaham and Ralph Morrison
  5. Suite Popular Espanola: No. 3 Cancion, M. de Falla, featuring James Walker
  6. Lagrima, Lee Ritenour
  7. River Songs: The Water Is Wide/Shenandoah, trad., featuring Renée Fleming
  8. Romanian Folk Dances: Stick Dance, Sash Dance, Stamping Dance, Horn Dance, Romanian Polka, Fast Dance, Béla Bartók, featuring Gil Shaham
  9. Suite Compostelana: III, Cuna, Federico Mompou
  10. Suite Popular Espanola: El Pano Moruno, M. de Falla, featuring James Walker
  11. Siciliana, J.S. Bach, featuring Julian Lloyd Webber
  12. Canto Invierno, Dave Grusin
  13. Bachianas Brasileiras No. 4 Preludio, H. Villa-Lobos, featuring Julian Lloyd Webber