Angel Heart - a music storybook

  1. 1) There! Do you hear it?

    1.14

  2. 2) All Throug the Night (Traditional)

    5.04

  3. 3) But look! Who is that one?

    1.10

  4. 4) Mother Nature's Son (Lennon-Mccartney)

    2.29

  5. 5) Ah, how Rahmiel loves the world of men and beasts!

    1.53

  6. 6) O Waly Waly (traditional)

    3.20

  7. 7) So much sadness!

    2.32

  8. 8) Je porte ma lanterne jolie (Traditional)

    2.24

  9. 9) Rahmiel fills the night with laughter...

    1.43

  10. 10) Danny Boy (Traditional)

    4.33

  11. 11) Oh, this is too much pain.

    1.39

  12. 12) The Adventurer (Getty)

    2.44

  13. 13) Luna doesn’t look very strong...

    2.17

  14. 14) 14 Angels (Humperdinck)

    3.08

  15. 15) The witch that can heal broken hearts...

    2.24

  16. 16) O Absalom (Traditional)

    3.40

  17. 17) “Mistress!” the raven man says...

    3.18

  18. 18) Unter Beymer (Olshanetsky)

    2.59

  19. 19) The East is dressed in leaves...

    1.16

  20. 20) Russian Lullaby

    3.25

  21. 21) Oh the North.

    1.07

  22. 22) Ho Ho Watanay (Traditional)

    2.49

  23. 23) The West is even bigger than the raven man.

    1.50

  24. 24) Sleep Baby Sleep (Traditional)

    4.07

  25. 25) When the South sings her lullaby...

    1.28

  26. 26) Tiefer und Tiefer (Getty)

    2.30

CD information

HAUNTING, GENTLE SPIRITS, DREAMS, AND LULLABIES
Haunting, gentle spirits from far-flung worlds meet in the pulsing sphere of dreams and lullabies that is Angel Heart, a music storybook. With an original tale by best-selling children’s fantasy writer Cornelia Funke, Angel Heart weaves an evocative original score by Luna Pearl Woolf with beloved songs by Irving Berlin, Lennon-McCartney, Jake Heggie, Engelbert Humperdinck, Gordon Getty, and others. An affecting narration by Academy Award-winning actor Jeremy Irons layers upon intoxicating performances by singers Frederica von Stade, Daniel Taylor, Lisa Delan, and Zheng Cao – all above a rich bed of cellos, Matt Haimovitz and his ensemble Uccello.
Exquisite images by the award-winning creative studio Mirada unfold the tale, and the boxed cd-and-story package includes a coloring poster, stickers and cards for sharing the magic. Originally released in 2013, and accompanied by premiere performances in Los Angeles and at Carnegie Hall in New York, this is the first international release of Angel Heart. ““Angel Heart” is a story designed to slip straight into the imagination of a young mind,” says The New York Times, “it has both the simplicity and the dark undertow of a fairy tale.” A forthcoming German version of the album will feature narration by the author.