Jean Danton & Thomas Stumpf | Love Took Me Softly By the Hand: The Poetry and Songs of Mount Auburn

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Love Took Me Softly By the Hand: The Poetry and Songs of Mount Auburn

by Jean Danton & Thomas Stumpf

Soprano Jean Danton and pianist Thomas Stumpf perform the poetry and songs of those now buried at Mount Auburn Cemetery. This inspired collaboration features works by musicians and poets including Amy Lowell, Julia Ward Howe, & Celia Leighton Thaxter.
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1. Moonlight
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2. Siciliano
Jean Danton & Thomas Stumpf
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3. Matin Song
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4. Love Took Me Softly By the Hand
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5. In the Lovely Summer Night
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6. Thou Art so Like a Flower
Jean Danton & Thomas Stumpf
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7. A Bird Upon a Rosy Bough
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8. A Serene Alleluia
Jean Danton & Thomas Stumpf
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9. Heartbreak
Jean Danton & Thomas Stumpf
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10. Chimes
Jean Danton & Thomas Stumpf
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11. Solitaire
Jean Danton & Thomas Stumpf
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12. Sweetheart
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'Love Took Me Softly By the Hand: the Poetry and Songs of Mount Auburn' has been a labor of love. Soprano Jean Danton and pianist Thomas Stumpf have performed the poetry and songs of those now buried at Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, MA, for years, hoping to bring the long-forgotten words and music back to life. This recording is the fruit of that labor, and a testament to the power and endurance of the words and notes written decades (and centuries) ago.

This inspired collaboration features works by musicians and poets buried at Mount Auburn, including Julia Ward Howe, Amy Lowell, and Celia Leighton Thaxter, among others.

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