Some Women's Voices
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Art songs devoted to poetry by women.

Don Walker's fifth release on Albany Records features songs he has written using the poetry of Anne Bradstreet, Phyllis Wheatley, Helen Hunt Jackson, Emily Dickinson, Gertrude Stein, Harrie Alley, and Edna St. Vincent Millay. Walker taught at Sonoma State University, the University of South Florida, and Oregon State University. The music is performed by soprano Ann Moss, who is a graduate of the Longy School and the San Francisco Conservatory. An ardent advocate for contemporary music, she has been responsible for the commissioning and premieres of more than 80 art songs, vocal chamber music, and operatic roles. She is joined by pianist Karen Rosenak, a longtime member of the Empyrean Ensemble, and a founding member of the new music ensemble Earplay.
Contents:
Don Walker, composer
Silent, alone
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Now say, have women worth?
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
O merry bird
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
If ever two were one
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Aurora Hail
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
’Twas mercy brought me
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
O Thou, Bright jew'l
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
While an intrinsic ardor prompts
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
To win a Susan of my own
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Because the Bee may blameless hum
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Volcanoes be in Sicily
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Now I knew I lost her
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
That she forgot me was the least
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
To be forgot by Thee surpasses memory
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Dear Miss Dickinson
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
My dear friend
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)
v Don Walker, composer
What portfolios of verse you must have
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Like and like
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Patience is amiable and amiably
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
They are what they are
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Accident'ly in the morning
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Sweet sounds
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
I feel the Spring
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
It moves apart from me
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

Don Walker, composer
Jealousy, his handmaiden
Ann Moss (soprano); Karen Rosenak (piano)

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