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Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster

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Compilation album by Various artists


Released July/August 2004

Genre Folk

Label American Roots Publishing/Emergent Music Marketing (now Thirty Tigers)


Professional ratings


Review scores


Source

Rating

allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Beautiful Dreamer is a compilation album comprising 18 songs originally penned by Stephen Foster. The album won the Grammy for Best Traditional Folk Album in 2005.

Track listing[edit] 1."Beautiful Dreamer" – Raul Malo 2."Slumber My Darling" – Alison Krauss with Yo Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, Mark O'Connor 3."Don't Bet Money On The Shanghai" – BR5-49 4."Nelly Was A Lady" – Alvin Youngblood Hart 5."No One To Love" – Judith Edelman 6."Camptown Races" – The Duhks 7."My Old Kentucky Home" – John Prine 8."Autumn Waltz" – Henry Kaiser 9."In The Eye Abides The Heart" – Beth Nielsen Chapman 10."Old Folks At Home" – David Ball 11."Oh! Susanna" – Michelle Shocked & Pete Anderson 12."Willie We Have Missed You (instrumental)" – Grey DeLisle 13."Hard Times Come Again No More" – Mavis Staples 14."Gentle Annie" – Bruce Robison & Ollabelle 15."Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" – Roger McGuinn 16."Ah, May The Red Rose Live Always" – Suzy Bogguss 17."Holiday Schottisch" – Will Barrow 18."Comrades Fill No Glass For Me" – Ron Sexsmith

References[edit]

1.Jump up ^ Leggett, Steve (2004-08-24). "Allmusic review". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 2012-05-12.


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Stephen Foster


List of songs written by Stephen Foster


Songs

Minstrel songs: Angelina Baker (1850) · Camptown Races (1850) · The Glendy Burk (1860) · My Old Kentucky Home (1853) · Oh! Susanna (1848) · Old Folks at Home (Swanee River) (1851) Parlor songs: Beautiful Dreamer (1864) · Hard Times Come Again No More (1854) · Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair (1854) · Old Black Joe (1853) · Willie Has Gone To War (1862)

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History and biographies

History and biographies: The Stephen Foster Collection and archive · William Barclay Foster · Eliza Clayland Tomlinson Foster · Morrison Foster · Horace Waters · Harold Vincent Milligan · Jane McDowell Foster Wiley · Henrietta Crosman


Films, musicals,

recordings

Films: Harmony Lane · I Dream of Jeanie · Swanee River · Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair (anime) Musicals: Stephen Foster - The Musical · Hard Times Recordings: Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs of Stephen Foster


State Parks

My Old Kentucky Home State Park · Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park · Stephen C. Foster State Park


Other

Stephen Foster Handicap ·

Stephen Foster Memorial · 
Stephen Foster Memorial Day · 
Stephen Foster Sculpture
 

  


Categories: 2004 compilation albums Tribute albums Stephen Foster

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