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Artwork for What We Learn From Our Mothers

What We Learn From Our Mothers
David Wolfson

A solo for alto.
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About the song

A tense song about the fear—and hope—of losing it. "I can't let fear have its way, you know./'Too many heads rest on my shoulders./But if I did/If it were to/If it happened like that..."

(from Dreamhouse, a theatrical song cycle by David Wolfson and Barbara DeCesare.)

The sheet music is available in the following keys/versions: .

Dreamhouse was produced as part of the 2005 Midtown International Theatre Festival in New York City to critical acclaim. It's a theatrical song cycle based on the poems of Barbara DeCesare, with a unique lyric voice.

Sung by Karen Oster. Piano/Vocal demo.

About the composer

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David Wolfson is an eclectic, versatile composer of songs, concert music and music for theatre. The New York Times has called his work "musically inventive" and "theatrically forceful."

He has written art songs, theatre songs, comedy songs, pop songs and songs for big-headed-costumed-character amusement parks shows; he has written music for bassoon quartet, percussion ensemble, SATB chorus and cello quartet; he has composed incidental music for plays and done sound design for Macy's display windows.

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dreamhouse. fear    naked    new york    letting go    losing it    alto