Leonard Lehrman

Second Inaugural, op. 169

setting of portion of Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address

for SATB & Keyboard

premiered at Christ Church Babylon, 2/13/05

performed & recorded by Metropolitan Philharmonic Chorus 2/26/06

also performed in Wooster, OH 2/12/09

and in Chicago, conducted by Michael Teolis, 2/15/10

What Is God?: An End to War, op. 180

Ode from Euripides’ Helen (2’30”) for 2 voices & piano

in Greek or in English translation by composer

(with thanks to Elizabeth Horton & Paul Rapoport) Autumn 2006

premiered by Helene Williams, Gregory Mercer & composer,2007

by Helene Williams, Katherine Wieckhorst & composer, 2008

Conspiritor Reality, op. 184

aka “Are You Now Or Have You Ever Been,”

part of a projected opera, Alger, based on the story of Alger Hiss.

libretto by Kim Rich; premiered in solo version

by Helene Williams & composer, Tamiment Library NYU 6/13/07

premiere of choral version 6/17/10 by members of

Metropolitan Philharmonic Chorus & NY City Labor Chorus

at Local 802, viewable on YouTube at

Long Island Is Just Not Long Enough, op. 186 #4

for voice & piano, text by Marcia McNair,

#4 from Long Island Songs of Seasoned Women, op. 186

premiere by IJ Merenini & composer, 2/10/08

United Methodist Church of Huntington & Cold Spring Harbor,

and Cinema Arts Center, Huntington, 3/2/08;

also performed by Jeannine Otis & composer,

at First Hofstra Conference on Suburban Diversity, 10/22/09;

performance by IJ & composer at Court Street Music 6/27/10

viewable on YouTube at

Long Island Songs of Seasoned Women, op. 186

song cycle for Helene, in memory of Susan Blake, Nov.-Dec.2007

includes 10 songs, #2-10 from the collection,

Songs of Seasoned Women, ed. Patti Tana, Quadrasoul, 2007.

Authors include Patti Tana (#1 & 10), Sally ann Drucker (#2),

Susan Astor (#3), Marcia McNair (#4), Lynn Green (#5),

Lorraine Mund (#6), Pat Falk (#7), Margaret Dinzler Shaw (#8),

Muriel Lilker (#9). Cycle premiered by Helene Williams

& composer, Court Street Music, 6/7/08.