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The Faces Of Love Complete, Books 1-3 : For Voice and Piano.

Publisher: Associated Music Publ.
ISBN13: 9781495023484

The complete Faces of Love song cycles by Heggie, now available in a single volume. With a foreword and biographical note.

$29.99
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Stop This Day and Night With Me : For Choir (Satbbb) A Cappella.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

In one movement. The 2015 Raymond W. Brock commission, commissioned by the American Choral Directors Association for the King's Singers. Dedicated to David Stein. The music sets a text by Walt Whitman. Of advanced difficulty.

$7.50
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The Moon's A Gong, Hung In The Wild : Songs by Jake Heggie / Angelika Kirchschlager, Mezzo.

Publisher: Avie Records

Contents: Henry Moore: Reclining Figure of Elmwood -- Picasso: Head of a Woman, 1932 -- Winged Victory: We’re Through -- Once More – To Gloriana -- Euclid -- The Haughty Snail King -- What the Rattlesnake Said -- The Moon’s the North-Wind’s Cooky -- What the Scarecrow Said -- What the Gray-Winged…

$15.98
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Passing by : Songs by Jake Heggie. [CD]

Publisher: Avie Records

The songs of Heggie are performed by Isabel Bayrakdarian, Zheng Cao, Joyce DiDonato, Susan Graham, Paul Groves, Keith Phares, and Frederica von Stade.

$15.98
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Trois Chansons De Bilitis : For Mezzo-Soprano and String Quartet / arranged by Jake Heggie.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Contents: 1. La flute de Pan -- 2. La Chevelure -- 3. Le tombeau des Naiades. Poetry by Pierre Louys. This arrangement was created for Joyce DiDonato and the Brentano String Quartet. Premiered in London, December 2017.

$30.00
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At The Statue Of Venus / Talise Trevigne, Soprano. [CD]

Publisher: Gprecords

Trevigne sings music by Jake Heggie and Glen Roven. Includes world premiere recordings.

$17.98
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What Do You Remember About Dad? - From Three Decembers : For Soprano, Baritone and Piano.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

An excerpt from Heggie's opera. Libretto by Gene Scheer. Commissioned by Houston Grand Opera and San Francisco Opera.

$15.00
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This Journey - Aria From The Opera Dead Man Walking : For Mezzo-Soprano and Piano.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

An aria from Heggie's opera, on a libretto by Terrence McNally and based on the book by Sister Helen Prejean.

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Statuesque : Piano Reduction.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Piano-vocal version of Heggie's settings of five poems by Gene Scheer, originally composed for mezzo and small ensemble. Dedicated to mezzo Joyce Castle.

$40.00
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It's A Wonderful Life. [CD]

Publisher: Pentatone Classics

The Houston Grand Opera presents the world premiere recording of Heggie's new opera. Libretto by Gene Scheer.

$33.98
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American Operas. [DVD]

Publisher: Euroarts

Contents: Moby Dick / Jake Heggie -- Show Boat / Jerome Kern -- Porgy & Bess / George Gershwin.

$59.98
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Dead Man Walking : Opera In Two Acts.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Commissioned by the San Francisco Opera, which premiered the work in October 2000. The libretto, by Terrence McNally, is based on the book by Sister Helen Prejean. The score includes two songs which are prerecorded preludes to each act. With an orchestration list and cast of characters.

$100.00
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Moon Is A Mirror : Five Songs For Baritone and Piano (2001).

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Commissioned by Credit Suisse Private Bank and Bryn Terfel, and dedicated to Terfel. Terfel premiered the songs in London, 2002 with pianist Malcolm Martineau. The five songs are on poems by Vachel Lindsay.

$30.00
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Again : An Opera In 10 Minutes.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Commissioned by the EOS Orchestra, and premiered in New York, May 2000. This four-character piece, on a libretto by David Patrick Stearns, features the leads from I Love Lucy, but in a fairly dark manner.

$35.00
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Three Decembers : An Opera In Two Acts.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Libretto by Gene Scheer. Based on the play Some Christmas Letters, by Terrence McNally. Commissioned by Houston Grand Opera and San Francisco Opera. Premiered in Houston, February 2008, under the title Last Acts. The three parts take place in 1986, 1996 and 2006.

$100.00
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The End Of The Affair : An Opera In Two Acts - (In 2 Volumes).

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Libretto by Heather McDonald -- based on the novel by Graham Greene. Volume One contains Act I -- Volume Two contains Act II. Commissioned by Houston Grand Opera, Madison Opera and Opera Pacific. Premiered in Houston, March 2004. Instrumentation list, cast of characters and index of scenes.

$500.00
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Patterns : For Mezzo Solo, SSAA Chorus and Piano.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

In one movement. Commissioned by the San Francisco Girls Chorus. Poetry by Amy Lowell.

$25.00
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Moby-Dick : An Opera In Two Acts.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Libretto by Gene Scheer, based on the novel by Herman Melville. Commissioned by the Dallas Opera, San Francisco Opera, San Diego Opera, Calgary Opera, and State Opera of South Australia. Premiered in Dallas, April 2010. Each of the acts consists of seven scenes -- there is also an epilogue.

$125.00
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Passing by : For Voice and Piano.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Contents: 1. A Lucky Child -- 2. Some Times of Day -- 3. Facing Forward/Looking Back -- 4. Here and Gone -- 5. To Say Before Going to Sleep -- 6. Songs and Sonnets to Ophelia -- 7. Final Monologue. With an introduction and biographical sketch. This collection contains individual songs for different…

$25.00
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In Our House : For Soprano, Baritone and Chamber Ensemble.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

In one movement. Premiered in San Diego, December 2009 by soprano Kelli O'Hara, and baritone Paulo Szot. Text by Mark Campbell. This work was composed to celebrate the opening of the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center, and the text could be interpreted as an invitation to the theater.

$15.00
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Grow Old Along With Me! : For Baritone and Piano.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

In one movement. Dedicated to Jane and Bob Orth. This song sets a text by Robert Browning. The music is flowing and gentle.

$9.00
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The Breaking Waves : For Mezzo-Soprano and Piano.

Publisher: Bent Pen Music

Contents: 1. Advent -- 2. Darkness -- 3. Music -- 4. Return. With program notes. Poetry by Sister Helen Prejean. Commissioned by Carnegie Hall for Joyce DiDonato and David Zobel. Premiered in New York, March 2011.

$30.00
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