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A few selections from a recital with Jacquelynne Fontaine in Rolling Hills Estates, CA, October 11, 2015. First some Brahms:

Then some Strauss:

That ol’ Schumann Arabeske again:

Wagner!

And a Romberg palette cleanser:

Jacquelynne Fontaine sings “Almost Real” from Jason Robert Brown’s The Bridges of Madison County

Almost Real

Jacquelynne Fontaine sings “And This is My Beloved” from Kismet

And This is My Beloved

Jacquelynne Fontaine singing “The Cathedral Aria” from Lee Hoiby’s Summer and Smoke

The Cathedral Aria

Alisa Jordheim sings “Lady with a Hand Mirror Aria” from Argento’s Postcard from Morocco:

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Alisa singing Ravel’s “Fire Aria” from L’enfant et les sortilèges:

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Here’s one more from Ms. Jordheim.  “Ah! non credea…Ah! non giunge” from Bellini’s La sonnambula:

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Mr. Anthony P. McGlaun covering Stevie Wonder:

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Another one from Anthony. He was Sportin’ Life in the production of Porgy and Bess I was fortunate enough to be a part of. He changed the opening “Listen!” just for me!

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A little jingle I wrote for my friend Sage (with Becky Spice singing):

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Joel Kopischke  sings “Everybody Wants to be Sondheim!”

Mike Lorenz and Ray Jivoff–this cabaret was the most fun I’ve ever had on a stage!

More Things that Go Ding:

EVEN MORE Things that Go Ding!!

A little Kreisler with good friends!

 

Scott Joplin fun!

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