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Suite #2 for String Quartet: Remembrance, op. 197

4 movements:

1) I Remember (in memoriam Jacob Rosenberg, 1922-2008, Lodz Ghetto survivor)(2′)
[see op. 149 #2]
2) Hitler in Hameln: The Honorary Citizen (after Henryk M. Broder)(3′)
[see op. 79 #5]
3) I’d Like to Go Away Alone (after Alena Synkova, 1926- , Terezin survivor)(2′)
[see op. 105 ]
4) From 6 Million Nameless Graves (after Edith Segal (1902-1997) & Hirsh Glik)(3′)

Suppose A Wedding, op. 125

one-act opera (53′) after Scene from a Play

by Bernard Malamud, 4/96

concert premiere 9/2/96 IJAFLI, Suffolk Y, Commack

co-sponsored by LICA, Puffin Foundation,

East End Arts Council-NYFA SOS Grant;

staged premiere 6/1/97 LICA concert at

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Manhattan

for soprano, mezzo, character tenor, high baritone,

male one-liner, piano/orch; publisher: Theodore Presser

as part of trilogy, Tales of Malamud

intermezzo between Idiots First, op. 37 & Karla, op. 38

or independent work; includes Leon’s Arietta (2’30”)

and “The Rabbi and the Rich Man,” op. 116 (q.v.)

Cast: Ronald Edwards, Lenora Eve/Lucy Sorlucco,

Benjamin Spierman, Janis Sabatino Hills, Joel Ackerman;

directed & conducted from the piano by the composer

videotaped by Helene Williams – soon to be on YouTube