Soprano Priti Gandhi: An Adopted American's Songbook
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While many people are familiar with Ambrosia's radio hits of the '70s, the songs on their five albums also range to progressive and experimental. They're as comfortable with ballads as with driving rock and roll. They can be serious, they can be playful -- but the music is always rich and the harmonies are beautifully blended. Some of their hits include "Holdin' On To Yesterday," "Nice, Nice, Very Nice," a cover of The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour," "How Much I Feel," "Biggest Part of Me" and "You're the Only Woman." Steeped in the melodic past, King Washington reigns supreme with catchy rock hooks and three-part harmonies. They open the seated show along with DJ Claire. Learn More
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An Adopted American’s Songbook
Amor – William Bolcom
Songs of Ned Rorem__
Early in the Morning
O Do Not Love Too Long
Songs of Charles E. Ives__
The Things our Fathers Loved
Songs of Aaron Copland__
Going to Heaven – from the poems of Emily Dickinson
At the River
Steal Me – from The Old Maid and the Thief – Gian Carlo Menotti
From West Side Story – Leonard Bernstein__
I Feel Pretty
Songs of Gershwin__
Summertime – from Porgy and Bess
The Man I Love
American Anthem – Gene Scheer
Come Ready and See Me – Richard Hundley
I Want Magic! – from A Streetcar Named Desire – Andre Previn
You’ll Never Walk Alone – from Carousel – Rodgers and Hammerstein
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