A Prairie Portrait

A Prairie Portrait

by Don EdwardsDon Edwards


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This unusual project pairs the cowboy voices of Don Edwards and Waddie Mitchell with the stylish musical support of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Both dramatic and touching, the album manages to dramatize in music the spirit of the American West.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/27/2004
Label: Western Jubilee
UPC: 0803020117426
catalogNumber: 11
Rank: 223119

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Don Edwards   Primary Artist
Kevin Hall   Bassoon
Gregory White   Percussion
Ronald Wilson   Trombone
Karen Adrian   Flute,Assistant Principal
Leda Dawn Burak   Cello,Assistant Principal
Marilyn d'Auteuil   Violin
Janine Geisel   Violin,Assistant Principal
David Hermann   Viola
Scott Jessup   Viola
Jennifer Scriggins   Horn
Lauren Weiss   Percussion
Eugene Cherkasov   Concert Master
Andy Crisanti   Clarinet
Jan Cristani   Flute
Kim Fick   Violin
Swang Lin   Concert Master
Xiao-Hua Sheng   Violin
Karen Hall   Cello
Julie Vincent   Bass
Adriana DeCosta   Violin
Adam Gordon   Trumpet,Assistant Principal
Colin Bray   Keyboards
Jennifer Bryan   Violin
Alton Adkins   Horn,Assistant Principal
Elisabeth Adkins   Violin
Joni Baczewski   Viola
Kareen Britt   Flute
Laura Bruton   Viola
Dennis Bubert   Trombone
Lee Anne Chenoweth   Violin
William Clay   Bass
Lesley Cleary   Cello
George Dimitri   Bass
Jan Eberle Kanui   Oboe
Michelle Eudeikis   Clarinet
John Michael Hayes   Trombone,Assistant Principal
Qiong C. Hulsey   Violin
Ivo Ivanov   Violin
Shelley Jessup   Cello
Kristin Jutras   Violin
Lorin Larson   Horn
Donald C. Little   Tuba
Sheila Madden   Viola
Deborah Mashburn   Percussion,Assistant Principal
Uté Miller   Viola
John Nelson   Trumpet
Jane Owen   Oboe,Assistant Principal
Cara Owens   Bassoon
Aaron Pino   Horn
Sally Pituch   Oboe
Jack Rumbley   Timpani
Amy Kathleen Sabin   Violin
Shields   Keyboards
Daniel Sigale   Viola
Rebecca Stern   Violin
Rosalyn Story   Violin
Preston Thomas   Percussion
Andrea Tullis   Violin
Paul Unger   Bass,Assistant Principal
Nancy Todd Weger   Violin
Steve Weger   Trumpet
David S. Williams   Harp
Camilla Wojciechowska   Violin
Harriet Risk Woldt   Cello
Brinton Averil Smith   Cello
John Meisner   Violin

Technical Credits

Waddie Mitchell   Liner Notes
Don Edwards   Liner Notes
Kevin Hall   Principal
Tom Lazarus   Engineer
Ronald Wilson   Principal
David Hermann   Principal
Joan Pelosi   Cover Design
Andy Crisanti   Principal
Jan Cristani   Principal
Mike Talmadge   Engineer
Adriana DeCosta   Principal
Rich O'Brien   Producer,Liner Notes
Scott O'Malley   Executive Producer
Dane Scott   Executive Producer
Julianne Baird   Arranger
Laura Bruton   Principal
William Clay   Principal
Kathleen Fox Collins   Producer
Jan Eberle Kanui   Principal
Gillis   Arranger
John Giordano   Director,Liner Notes
Hanson   Arranger
Kelly   Arranger
Ann Koonsman   Liner Notes,Executive Producer
Lorin Larson   Principal
Donald C. Little   Principal
Jack Rumbley   Principal
Preston Thomas   Principal
Steve Weger   Principal
Brinton Averil Smith   Principal

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A Prairie Portrait 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A well intergrated blend of a metropolitan orchestra fused with true cowboys whose hearts live in the old west. Wonderful arrangements of old time favorite western tunes brought to life by the magical blend of strings and horns. The music of balladeer Don Edward, par excellance, and the home on the range poetry of that old bard Waddie Mitchell lets your imagination take you on journeys you never would have thought possible in the year 2000. They transport you back into to era of wonderment, hope, and the free spiritness that won the west. I must admit, I could have stood a larger dose of the wonderment, hope, and free spiritness, but the collaboration of the orchestra and our cowboys is both music to the ears and tonic for the soul