My young friend Elise sang brilliantly at her senior recital this past weekend. Lots of classical stuff and the usual art songs. I was delighted with William Bolcom’s “Amor.” I don’t have a medium of my friend’s version, but I found this one, from my hometown and quasi-alma mater, which is nearly as nice. Arnold Weinstein’s lyrics are delightful.
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