Contents: I. I cannot heed the words they say -- II. I have a secret in my heart -- III. I wrote his name along the beach -- IV. What am I that he should love me -- V. O dreams that flock about my sleep -- VI. I sent my love a letter -- VII. I hid three words within my heart -- VIII. Across the…
A song cycle on poems by Emily Dickinson. Contents: Doubt me! My Dim Companion! -- What if I say I shall not wait! -- Wild Nights - Wild Nights! -- I never saw a Moor -- There's a certain slant of light -- At last, to be identified!
Contents: Just another hour -- Damaged -- Why can't I let you go? -- When you sang your songs -- The thought of him -- Move into the light.
A cycle of songs on texts by the composer, all from the point of view of various women throughout Europe including London, Vienna, Moscow and Seville.
Contents: My German boyfriend -- How many churches? -- You do not understand -- It doesn't matter -- When I kiss you -- I'm yours!
Contents: Morning Sea -- Body, Remember... -- At the Cafe Entrance -- One Night -- In Despair -- Far Off. With a biographical note. This song cycle sets poems by Constantine Cavafy, in English translations by Rae Dalven.
Mann sings songs by Lori Laitman and Richard Pearson Thomas. With Jeffrey Panko, piano.
The Mirror Visions Ensemble plays music by Richard Pearson Thomas, Christopher Berg, and Tom Cipullo.
Jennings performs music by Libby Larson, Tom Cipullo, Lori Laitman, and Richard Pearson Thomas. With Amanda Asplund Hopson, piano.
Contents: Shades of Love / by David Gompper -- In the same space / by Jeremy Roberts -- Love and Terror / by Katerina Stamatelos -- Far Off / by Richard Pearson Thomas. With David Gompper, piano.
Settings of four poems: The Road to Avrille; To a Young Poet; The One Who Might Have Borne a Message; and The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver. Cover creased.
Contents: I'm gonna sail away -- Vienna -- The spinster of Chelsea Embankment -- Diamonds -- Wait!
A cycle of five songs on poems by Walt Whitman: O Tan-Faced Prairie Boy; Beat! Beat! Drums!; A Sight in Camp in the Daybreak Gray and Dim; Dirge for Two Veterans; and Vigil. With a biographical note.
Six songs on Italian texts: Per la gloria / Come raggio; O del mio dolce ardor; Amarilli, mea bella; Sebben, crudele; Vittoria, mio core!; and Caro mio ben. With a biographical note.