America's Diversity in Song

Music (classical, jazz)

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America’s Diversity in Song. Peter Allen, baritone. Paul Machlin, piano. Broadway, jazz, folk song, classical. This appealing mix of American 20th-century song, sung by Peter Allen, whose 'rich, rounded baritone' is supported by Paul Machlin’s 'subtle coloration' (Portland Press Herald), reflects America’s broad diversity of heritages and cultures as represented by its composers. The featured works – by Copland, Kern, Ellington, Ives, Weill and Burleigh – demonstrate how this diversity enriches and strengthens America’s music. These songs will beguile listeners of every background!

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