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In This Short Life - Three Emily Dickinson Settings : For Soprano and Piano.

Publisher: Enchanted Knickers Music

Contents: 1. Some Keep the Sabbath -- 2. I Stepped From Plank to Plank -- 3. In This Short Life. With a biographical note. Dedicated to the composer's mother Josephine, on her 90th birthday.

$15.00 $13.50
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Dreaming : Songs Of Lori Laitman. [CD]

Publisher: Albany Records

Various artists perform a wide variety of songs and cycles by Laitman. Vocalists include Jennifer Check and Sari Gruber.

$17.98 $16.18
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Living In The Body : Songs of Lori Laitman. [CD]

Publisher: Naxos
Series: Naxos American Classics

Two discs of songs by Laitman. Various performers.

$25.98
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Becoming A Redwood : Songs Of Lori Laitman. [CD]

Publisher: Albany Records

A selection of recent songs by Laitman. Includes various singers, such as Jennifer Check, Patricia Green, William Sharp, Barbara Quintiliani and others.

$17.98 $16.18
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Experience / Natalie Mann, Soprano. [CD]

Publisher: Albany Records

Mann sings songs by Lori Laitman and Richard Pearson Thomas. With Jeffrey Panko, piano.

$17.98
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Chillingworth's Aria - Now Truly Know Me : For Baritone and Piano (From The Scarlet Letter).

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

An aria from Act I, Scene 2 of Laitman's opera, on a libretto by David Mason. With synopses of the opera and the scene; and biographical notes.

$10.00 $9.00
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Days and Nights : Six Songs For Soprano and Piano.

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

On texts by Robert Browning, Emily Dickinson, Francis W. Bourdillon and Christ na Rossetti.

$16.95 $15.26
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Five Lovers : For Soprano and Piano (2004).

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

Five songs on poems by Jama Jandrokovic, who also commissioned the music: On Meeting Again; Lovely in his Bones; This Morning; Second Date; and July, 95 Degrees. With program and biographical notes.

$15.00 $13.50
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Blood Jet : For Soprano and Piano (2006).

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

Commissioned by Dr. Adelaide Whitaker, and premiered in Starkville, Mississippi in February 2008 by soprano Eleanor McClellan Bulathsinghalage and pianist Karen Murphy. The music sets four poems by Sylvia Plath. With program and biographical notes.

$17.50 $15.75
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Wild Sostenuto : For Baritone and Piano (2008).

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

Commissioned by the West Chester University Poetry Center, and premiered in June 2008 by Randall Scarlata and the composer at the piano. The music sets a text by Richard Wilbur. With program and biographical notes.

$13.00 $11.70
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Four Dickinson Songs : For Soprano and Piano.

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

Contents: 1. Will There Really Be A Morning? -- 2. I'm Nobody -- 3. She Died -- 4. If I. With program, performance and biographical notes. These songs were originally composed in 1996.

$20.00 $18.00
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Four Dickinson Songs : For Tenor and Piano.

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

Contents: 1. Will There Really Be A Morning? -- 2. I'm Nobody -- 3. She Died -- 4. If I... can stop one Heart from breaking.

$20.00 $18.00
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Four Dickinson Songs : For Baritone and Piano.

Publisher: Enchanted Knickers Music

Contents: 1. Will There Really Be A Morning? -- 2. I'm Nobody -- 3. She Died -- 4. If I. With program, performance and biographical notes. These songs were originally composed in 1996.

$20.00 $18.00
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Four Dickinson Songs : For Bass and Piano.

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

Contents: 1. Will There Really Be A Morning? -- 2. I'm Nobody -- 3. She Died -- 4. If I. With program, performance and biographical notes. These songs were originally composed in 1996.

$20.00 $18.00
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Four Dickinson Songs : For Contralto Or Countertenor and Piano.

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

Contents: 1. Will There Really Be A Morning? -- 2. I'm Nobody -- 3. She Died -- 4. If I. With program, performance and biographical notes. These songs were originally composed in 1996.

$20.00 $18.00
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One Bee and Revery : For High Voice and Piano (2004).

Publisher: Classical Vocal Reprints

A cycle of three poems by Emily Dickinson, which Laitman composed for her mother's 85th birthday. Premiered in June 2004 by soprano Lisa Shaw and pianist Patrick O'Donnell. With program and biographical notes.

$15.00 $13.50
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