Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.7 Greensleeves 3:05 Humoresque: Isaac Stern Plays Great Violin Favorites Isaac Stern Columbia Masterworks MS 6825
1.11 Greensleeves 3:10 “Humoresque”: Favorite Violin Encores Isaac Stern CBS (CBS Records' international imprint from 1962–1990; renamed since 1991 as Columbia)
1.11 Greensleeves 3:10 “Humoresque”: Favorite Violin Encores Isaac Stern CBS Records Masterworks MDK 45816
1.11 Greensleeves 3:10 “Humoresque”: Favorite Violin Encores Isaac Stern Sony Classical SK 45816
1.11 Greensleeves 3:10 “Humoresque”: Favorite Violin Encores Isaac Stern Masterworks Expanded Edition SK92741

Relationships

violin: Isaac Stern (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14)
arranger: Arthur Harris
conductor: Milton Katims (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14)
orchestra: Columbia Symphony Orchestra (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14)
producer: Thomas Frost
recorded at: Manhattan Center in New York, New York, United States (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14)
recording of: Greensleeves (instrumental) (1963-06-12 – 1963-06-14)

Greensleeves

composer: [traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
lyricist: [traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
arrangements: Greensleeves (Mannheim Steamroller arrangement)
Greensleeves (Jazz Waltz arrangement)
Greensleeves
My Lady Greensleeves (Roger Quilter arrangement for women's voices (2 part) and piano)
has revision: Greensleeves (Nox Arcana version)
is the basis for: Fantasia on “Greensleeves”
Greensleeves (new year carol)
…Of Free Enterprise
寂寞聖誕
later parody versions: Sir Greenbaum’s Madrigal
later translated versions: グリーンスリーヴス
later versions: Loin (Greensleeves)
What Child Is This?
referred to in medleys: English Heritage Medley