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Anthony Striplen albums Recorded live at the Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, California on April 21 and 22, 1999. Includes liner notes by Michael Kamen.
"The Call Of Ktulu" won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance.
As the strains of Ennio Morricone's "The Ecstacy of Gold" filled the Berkeley Community Theater, metal heads and classical music enthusiasts were both in for a special evening--where many previous rock/classical collaborations had failed, Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony delivered the goods.
"The Call of Ktulu," a ...
||Broadway Classic CD (2000) |
Anthony Striplen CD discography vocalist played the role of Christine for 5 years in the San Francisco production of "The Phantom Of The Opera"; director Harold Prince believes she may have sung the role better than any person, and it is evident on this 16 track debut album that she po
Photographers: J. Henry Fair; Robert Mizono.
Personnel: Lisa Vroman (vocals); Gualtiero Negrini (conductor); Katherine Blake, Lucia Kazarian, Pam Khoury, Stephanie Blythe, Ruth Kobart (vocals); Nadya Tichman (violin); David Kadarauch (cello); Mario Guarneri (flugelhorn); Peter Maleitzke, Thaddeus Pinkston, Larry Dunlap (piano); San Francisco Girl's Chorus (background vocals); The San Francisco Radio Orchestra.
Personnel: Stephanie Blythe, Ruth Kobart, San Francisco Girls Chorus, Katharine Blake (vocals); Sarah Kaieolani Voynow (harp); Dan Smiley, Kelly Leon-Pearce, Dawn Dover, Zoya Leybin, Connie Gantsweg, Victor Romasevich, Paul Brancato, Mariko Smiley, Mark Volkert, Suzanne Leon, Nadya Tichman, Jeremy Cohen (violin); Ruth Freeman, Linda Ghidossi de Luca (viola); Nancy Stenzen, Teressa Adams, David Kadarauch, Stephen Harrison (cello); Michelle Caimotto, Janet Ketchum (flute); Anthony Striplen, Clark Fobes (clarinet); Debra Henry (oboe); ...