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Castelnuovo-Tedesco wrote the incidental music to the narrative poem "Morning in Iowa," by Robert Nathan. The work was lost for many years until its re-discovery by guitarist Lorenzo Micheli. This premiere recording features David Knopfler, songwriter and co-founder of Dire Straits, as the poem's narrator.
 
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Morning in Iowa
Lorenzo Micheli -  Guitar
David Knopfler - Narrator
Daniele Vineis - Percussion
Daniele De Pascalis - Double Bass
Angelo Montanaro - Clarinet & Saxophone
Giorgio Dellarole - Accordion
Massimo Felici - Conductor & Banjo
 
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Morning in Iowa by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco
This is the kinship and the brotherhood01.I. This is the kinship and the brotherhood   
Mary Hilda was all New England02.II. Mary Hilda was all New England   
American mountains, how they pull the heart03.III. American mountains, how they pull the heart   
The railroad crosses the pass between Raton04.IV. The railroad crosses the pass between Raton   
It was an orange from Fernanda's hills05.V. It was an orange from Fernanda's hills   
He was a careful man, and wary06.VI. He was a careful man, and wary   
The legand, or the river, led him South07.VII. The legand, or the river, led him South   
Mary worked in the corn08.VIII. Mary worked in the corn   
So there was Kit in St. Louis09.IX. So there was Kit in St. Louis   
Night of the cicadas10.X. Night of the cicadas   
This is the will and testament of youth11.XI. This is the will and testament of youth   
But we forget the land12.XII. But we forget the land   
The sun came up next day as a copper color13.XIII. The sun came up next day as a copper color   
A lonley girl can kiss away her heart14.XIV. A lonley girl can kiss away her heart   
This is the one, she wispered, that I love15.XV. This is the one, she wispered, that I love   
Iowa morning, shining in the light16.XVI. Iowa morning, shining in the light