Harold Rosenbaum’s all-stars
The telecast of the original HGO production, as seen on PBS/Great Performances. On DVD and Blu-Ray.
Vivid Lisa Delan sings two of the cabaret songs I wrote with J on this release.
“This is, this is: this is the supreme virtue.” For double choir.
Octarium included the the revised Pied Beauty on this recording, released November 2009.
The new orchestral recording, from Naxos.
“Best of 2001, Opera and Vocal Recordings: Amazon.com”
“for my mother and father, with love.”
“Who will we be tomorrow? It’s not in my control.”
“T’is there, ah! ‘T’is there, I dream we would go.” For baritone.
“Now we understand: we understand! It was the hand of God...” For soprano.
Here you’ll find “Have, peace, Jo” and “Joy beyond measure, Mother!” from Little Women.
Here you’ll find “Things change, Jo,” “Couldn’t I un-bake the breads,” and “Perfect as we are” from Little Women.
“A child can love, and a child can cry:
but a child is her own. And I...I...”
“Others say ‘Rabbit!’ watch you leap!
Look like a ram, act like a sheep:
better to sleep alone.”
“Know, or just believe?” “Not believe,
not believe: I know!”
“To see him would throw me, I fear.
I’d kiss him: you know me. I’d veer.”
“I don’t yield, I don’t waver.
Still, I’ve revealed how I crave her...”
“Even if I win–you win–still:
what will we have won?”
The following choral works can be purchased directly from publisher G. Schirmer, Inc. Download the order form here
- Pied Beauty
- The Poet Speaks of Praising
- Cantate Domino
- No. 10: Supreme Virtue
- Matewan Music
God's Grandeur can be purchased directly from Hal Leonard.
The Cabaret Songs
“I now hear Joshua Bell playing all Ravel over crème caramel at Chanterelle...” For mezzo-soprano.
“That too-too-Teutonic, that anti-mnemonic, that dodecaphonic dame...” For mezzo-soprano.
End of the Line
“Horror, and porn, and sci-fi:” just rental right now, but soon...