Vocal Music

A CYNIC'S CYCLE for Tenor and Piano  (total time: 16 min)
    Complete Edition
    Poems by Ambrose Bierce from The Devil's Dictionary and Shapes of  Clay
        (Business,Allah's good laws, To men, Montefiore, The Graverobbers, Religion, The Troutlet)
        491-00359

DOW SONGS for Soprano or Mezzo and Piano (total time: 12 min)
        Poems of Dorothy Dow         (The Elusive, Things, To a Proud Lover, To a Neglectful Lover, To a Jealous Lover, Recurrence, To a New Lover) 
        491-00601

EMILY DICKINSON SONGS for Soprano or Mezzo and Piano (total time: 30 min)
    Complete Edition
    (Much madness is divinest sense, I took my power in my hand, What inn is this, I died for beauty,
    The soul selects her own society, A shady friend for torrid days, I'm nobody, Two butterflies went
    out at noon, Heart! we will forget him, No matter-now-sweet, Poor little heart!, There's a certain
    slant of light, The  morns are meeker,  When night is almost done, Who robbed the woods, This
    is my letter to the world)
    491-00473

HOUSMAN SONGS for Baritone and Piano (total time: 20 min)
    Complete Edition
    Poems from A Shropshire Lad
    (When I was one and twenty, When the lad for longing sighs, On your midnight pallet lying,
    Oh, sick am I to see you, White in the moon, Others, I am not the first, Oh, fair enough are
    sky and plain, If it chance your eye offend you, Oh, when I was in love with you, Think no
    more, lad, Loveliest of trees)
    491-00360

THREE PORTRAITS for Baritone and Piano (total time: 9 min)
    Prose poems by Fenton Johnson
    (The Banjo player, The Drunkard, The Minister)
    491-00456

TEASDALE SONGS for Soprano or Mezzo with Piano
    Poems by Sara Teasdale
    (Advice to a Girl, Did You Never know, When Love Goes, Portrait of Pierrot, April Song)          491-00490

LETTERS FROM EMILY (VOLUME I)
  
Poems by Emily Dickinson
   (Nature, the gentlest mother is; Going to Heaven; Hope is the thing with feathers; Dear
   March; Sleep is supposed to be; The rose did caper on her cheek; A soul goes to heaven;
   There came a wind like a bugle)
       491-00610


 LETTERS FROM EMILY (VOLUME II)
Poems by Emily Dickinson)
    (Good morning, Midnight; Floss wonít save you; The Caterpillar; Why do they shut me out of heaven?; The Spider; Bee, Iím expecting hyou; When they come back; My friend attacks my friend)
491-00630

 

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