Academic journal article Journal of Singing

Songs for Soprano/Songs for Mezzo Soprano/Songs for Tenor/Songs for Baritone

Academic journal article Journal of Singing

Songs for Soprano/Songs for Mezzo Soprano/Songs for Tenor/Songs for Baritone

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Conahan, John (b. 1974). Songs for Soprano/Songs for Mezzo Soprano/ Songs for Tenor/Songs for Baritone. E. C. Schirmer, 2019. The Warm Deeps of the Sky (Constance Naden, 1858-1889): 1) "The Gift"; 2) "Amor mundi"; 3) Song ("We Sail Toward Evening's Lonely Star"), soprano, mezzo soprano, tenor, baritone; "Any Woman" (Katharine Tynan, 1861-1931) for soprano, mezzo soprano; "Daisy Time" (Marjorie Pickthall, 1883-1922) for soprano, mezzo soprano, tenor; "Life and Art" (Emma Lazarus, 1849-1887) for soprano, mezzo soprano, tenor, baritone; "Myriad Flowers of Spring" (Wumen Huikai, 1183-1260) for soprano, tenor, baritone; "Sunset" (Ella Wheeler Wilcox, 1850-1919) for soprano, mezzo soprano, tenor, baritone; "Oh, Succulent Apple" (Sappho c. 630-570 BCE) for mezzo soprano, baritone; "When I am Dead" (Christina Rossetti, 1830- 1894), for baritone, tenor.

John Conahan, educated at Ithaca College, Manhattan School of Music, and The Juilliard School, is a singer, pianist, conductor, and composer. He enjoys a reputation as an excellent composer of choral music. These newly published anthologies of songs for four voice types mark Conahan's new contribution to the American vocal repertoire. …

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