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Descriptions du produit
(2007/bureau b) 20 titres de 1957 à 1962 Digipac avec livret de 24 pages (Deutsch / English)
One For My Baby
I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Falling In Love Again
You're The Dream In My Coffee
Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
Cherche La Rose
Das Lied ist aus (frag nicht, warum ich gehe)
Je Tire Ma Reverence
I Wish You Love
My Blue Heaven
Look Me Over Closely
The Laziest Gal In Town
Dejeuner Du Matin
Another Spring Another Love
Go 'Way From My Window
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Everyone ought to see the Great Performances TV special devoted to Burt Bacharach.
One of the highlights features Miss Marlene Dietrich decked out in a lavish costume in between numbers on stage in a fancy Opera Hall introducing her Conductor.
"I would like you to meet a man I love and admire. He's my teacher, he's my critic, he's my accompanist, he's my arranger, he's my conductor and I wish I could say he's my composer. But that isn't true. He's everybody's composer. He has written so many hit tunes and you know them all. And his name is- Burt Bacharach".
Miss Marlene Dietrich and Burt Bacharach possess an underlying love for music which they managed to openly share with the world everynight on stage.
"She was an absolute perfectionist. I had to rehearse with the orchestra for days on end before each performance. I'm a perfectionist myself, but nothing compared to her. One false note could drive her wild. sometimes the musicians were so exhausted by showtime that they could hardly hold their instruments. The reviews would say it was a very intimate concert, full of atmosphere".
Testimony all the glitz and magic is hand made.
It's all in the liner notes of the wonderful compilation devoted to the pair.
A run which lasted well over 6 years.
Three essays, one by leading music journalist Konrad Heidkamp, another by Marlene Dietrich on Bacharach, and a final essay.
Taken from: Maria Riva: Marlene Dietrich by her Daughter.
Burt Bacharach began to mold, then hone Dietrich's talent to mesmerise a live audiance vocally. He rewrote all her orchestrations, trimmed her excessive use of violins, allowing them only when their lilt would be most effective, injected American rhythm into her old standards, then told her how to sing "swing". He coached her, directed her, treated her as a knowledgable musician whose ability needed only polishing to be recognised as a laudible talent. As her confidence grew, so did her ability too take command of a stage as a performer, not simply a Hollywood glamour queen come to warble her ditties. From time to time, as I found songs I knew were particularily suited to her philosphy of life and loving, I discusssed them with her, then sent the music to Burt to write his orchestration, that is, if he agreed and approved of my choice. No one was ever a better arranger for Dietrich's vocal capacity than Bacharach.
When you break open the shrink wrap and study the contents of this delightful compilation you will find a wonderful account.
Then there was a knock at the door. A good looking man stood there. I'd never seen him before.
"My name is Burt Bacharach" he said. "Peter Matz sent me".
I looked him up and down. He was very, very young and attractive, with the bluest eyes I've ever seen.
He headed staight for the piano, sat down and asked, "Which song would you like to sing first"?
I stumbled over a chair, reached for my notes- the song was Look Me Over Closely...
There are plenty of pictures in the liner notes of Burt Bacharach and Miss Marlene that exhibit they make a very handsome couple.
Most profound is the role music plays.
The liner notes first essay by Konrad Heidkamp speaks volumes.
Music was more important to her than anything else- her songs, which she transformed into short films of her own. For this she needed Burt Bacharach.
Burt Bacharach paints the sets for her new films, becoming the Josef Von Sternberg of her music. Her songs are now three minute films, the compostions her screenplays and the arrangements are lightning, costumes and choreography. The lyrics are a monologue- there is but one main performer and she needs only one foil- an audiance who love her.
Marlene Dietrich With The Burt Bacharach Orchestra is one of a series of compilations on the edel bureau b label which also include Caterina Volante, Gitte Haenning, Helmut Zacharias and Esther Ofarim.
All the artist in this series will attest music is the quickest way to bring a room full of people together.
I get very quiet and emotional when I watch my VHS Burt Bacharach One Amazing Night or DVD import An Evening To Remember.
Our Conductor is standing on stage smiling remembering his chanteuse, reciting in German the lyrical title for A Message To Michael.
He's a fan like you and me.
Marlene Dietrich With The Burt Bacharach Orchestra
18 Tracks, 34 Songwriters
A compilation customers have been looking forward to for a long time.
Handsome people, incredible arrangements, the perfect compliment.
Available at the click of a button.
Set aside a quiet moment to take in the music.
Light a candle, don't ever let the flame go out.
Here is a work devoted and dedicated to the ones we love that we can hold close to our heart, in word, song and spirit.
Thank you, Miss Marlene and Burt Bacharach.
When Marlene Dietrich met arranger and composer Burt Bacharach, born in Kansas City in 1927, her second career had already begun. Following Josef von Sternberg's magnificent 'The Blue Angel' in Berlin, a number of average Hollywood productions and her engagement on the side of the Allies in the Second World War, she had, at fifty, turned her attention to singing. Together with Burt Bacharach, she developed and refined a programme, in minute detail, which remained virtually unchanged for years and yet - or indeed because of such perfectionism - met with rapturuous applause time and again. Standing ovations from Paris to Rio de Janeiro, from Berlin to London, in Warsaw and Tel Aviv.
»Once I had decided to devote myself entirely to performing on stage, he was to become the most important man in my life. He did not just conduct the orchestra and take them through rehearsals, he was also a divine pianist, he practised with me, he taught me-his obedient student. He did all this at the same time. He was so patient, so incredibly talented, musically. He took me, a nightclub singer, and turned me into a star of the stage.«
The glamourous Hollywood vamp knew what a find this young, ambitious man was, and he paid her back in the sweetest-sounding currency imaginable.
»She was an absolute perfectionist. I had to rehearse with the orchestra for days on end before each performance. I'm a perfectionist myself, but nothing compared to her. One false note could drive her wild. Sometimes the musicians were so exhausted by showtime that they could barely hold their instruments. The reviews would say >it was a very intimate concert, full of atmosphere<.«