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Br'er Rabbit is invited to perform on his banjo at the Wolves' party. Banjo, fiddle and double bass
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A story for children based on a Mayan folktale that tells how Coyote steals corn from all the other animals and how they work together as a team to get it back.
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"A tuneful pastiche of ragtime, blues and gospel traditions with a dash of modern dissonance." -The Courier-Journal
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Using the text from Susan Roth's children's book, this oratorio tells the story of Guido d'Arezzo who discovered a better way than the tradition of learning music by rote. He invented a system of music notation, which, though modified, is still in use today. The music is based on the original Gregorian chant which was the first piece of music Guido notated.
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The text comes from the Brer Rabbit stories collected by Joel Chandler Harris as part of his Uncle Remus' African American folk tales.
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Based on Susan L Roth's book "Listen to the Wind" the music draws from Pakastani folksong.
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A story for children based on a Chinese folktale about a young girl who saves the villagers from dying of thirst. She selflessly offers to sacrifice herself to the god of the mountain so that her village will be provided with water. At the last moment she is magically rescued by an old man in green.
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A Hanukkah Opera for Young Audiences. Workshop performances by the Young People's Chorus of New York City. Scheduled premiere December 2015

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Based on a book by Susan L. Roth, using Whitman's ecstatic poem about how miracles fill our days.
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A woodwind quintet version of the original Frog Prince.
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narrator and orchestra
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A reduced orchestration and abbreviated version of the original Frog Prince, this is suitable for performances with Peter and the Wolf.
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A musical fable for narrator and chamber ensemble.
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A musical fable for narrator and orchestra.
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Using Washington's words as the basis for the text and similar in format to the Lincoln Portrait, the music is based on actual fife and drum tunes from Washington's era.
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This work for narrator and large wind ensemble uses Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s own words in a dramatic script written by Dr. Myles Lee.
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Using Aldo Leopold's powerful essay as the text, this work dramatizes an incident in his life where t
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