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Classical Cabaret

by Rosa Lamoreaux

Put on your bow-tie, your best silks and satins, pour yourself a glass of champagne, and enjoy a nostalgic visit to the glamorous Café Society of the 20's and 30's with songs from the great American songwriters and French cabaret favorites.
Genre: Easy Listening: Cabaret
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Love Is Here to Stay (feat. Betty Bullock)
2:09 album only
2. Embraceable You (feat. Betty Bullock)
3:05 album only
3. Someone to Watch over Me (feat. Betty Bullock)
3:52 album only
4. I Love a Piano (feat. Betty Bullock)
2:50 album only
5. I Wonder What Became of Me (feat. Betty Bullock)
2:51 album only
6. Blues in the Night (feat. Betty Bullock)
3:16 album only
7. But Not for Me (feat. Betty Bullock)
2:49 album only
8. Blah, Blah, Blah (feat. Betty Bullock)
2:51 album only
9. I'm Always True to You (feat. Betty Bullock)
2:49 album only
10. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye (feat. Betty Bullock)
2:25 album only
11. Mood Indigo (feat. Betty Bullock)
3:16 album only
12. Voyage À Paris (feat. Betty Bullock)
0:59 album only
13. Les Feuilles Mortes (feat. Betty Bullock)
3:48 album only
14. So in Love (feat. Betty Bullock)
1:46 album only
15. My Heart Belongs to Daddy (feat. Betty Bullock)
3:10 album only
16. By Strauss (feat. Betty Bullock)
2:22 album only
17. Les Chemins De L'amour (feat. Betty Bullock)
2:10 album only
18. I'll Be Seeing You (feat. Betty Bullock)
3:38 album only
19. La Vie En Rose (feat. Betty Bullock)
3:36 album only


Album Notes
Acclaimed for "scrupulous musicianship...gorgeous sound and stylistic acuity"*, soprano Rosa Lamoreaux is known for her flawless sense of style and incandescent presence, charming her audiences and earning the accolades of critics and colleagues alike. In appearances at Carnegie Hall, the Royal Albert Hall, the Leipzig Gewandhaus, the Kennedy Center and Strathmore Center, in opera and oratorio, chamber music and as a recitalist, Ms. Lamoreaux’s performances have been cited as combining “fresh lyricism and near-angelic purity of tone with surprising intensity”*. Highlights of the current season include performances of Handel’s Messiah and the St. John Passion of J.S. Bach at Strathmore Center for the Arts, French baroque cantatas in Philadelphia with the early music orchestra Tempesta di Mare, B Minor Mass and cantatas of J.S. Bach at the Bethlehem Bach Festival, live film scores for Hollywood’s silent movies for Early Music Columbus, Ohio, and performances at the National Gallery of Art.
Ms. Lamoreaux has been soloist for conductors Robert Shaw, Ryan Brown, Bruno Weil, Sir David Willcocks, Greg Funfgeld, J. Reilly Lewis, and Norman Scribner; performing with the Atlanta, Dallas, and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestras, Opera Lafayette, the National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, the Washington Chamber Orchestra, and the Northwest Chamber Orchestra. Her extensive repertoire includes J.S. Bach's St. John Passion, St. Matthew Passion, and the B Minor Mass, Bach cantatas, the Monteverdi Vespers, Purcell's Come Ye Sons of Art and The Fairy Queen, Handel's Messiah,, Esther, Saul, Ode to St. Cecilia, Israel in Egypt, and Judas Maccabeus, and masses of Haydn and Mozart, Debussy's La Damoiselle Élue, Copland's In the Beginning, and Knoxville, Summer of 1915 by Samuel Barber, among many other major works.
Ms. Lamoreaux has earned a solid reputation in the realms of early and contemporary opera with leading roles including Venus in Cavalli's Didone; in operas of Handel, Cleopatra Giulio Cesare, Galatea in Acis and Galatea, Romilda in Xerxes; Belinda and Dido in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas; Serpina in Pergolesi’s La Serva Padrona; in operas of Mozart, Susanna, Le Nozze di Figaro, Despina, Cosi fan tutte, and Zerlina, Don Giovanni, and most recently, the Mother in the premiere of Lost Childhood, by Janice Hamer, with the National Philharmonic Orchestra.
Rosa Lamoreaux is Artistic Director of the National Gallery of Art Vocal Ensemble in Washington, DC, designing and performing concert programs for 4-10 voices, in musical illumination of specific Gallery exhibits. As a recitalist her venues also include the Terrace Theatre, the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cloisters, the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, the Corcoran Gallery, the Holocaust Museum, and the Phillips Collection. In demand as a chamber music performer, Ms. Lamoreaux has toured with Musicians from Marlboro, and performs with the Folger Consort, Chatham Baroque, Four Nations Ensemble, ArcoVoce, Hesperus, and Musica Aperta, in wide-ranging small-ensemble repertoire spanning early chant to present-day works. She is the recipient of numerous WAMMIE awards.
Many of her concerts and recitals are broadcast over PBS, BBC, and CBC. Her recordings reflect the breadth and stylistic versatility of her repertoire - from 12th-century Hildegard von Bingen to today's Stephen Paulus. Rosa’s newest CDs are available here this evening as well as at The new titles are “Oh, So Nice” featuring songs from the Great American Songbook in imaginative arrangements by Rosa, Betty Bullock, piano, and Jon Nazdin, string bass, and “Evening Serenade”, a beautiful mix of songs for voice, guitar and strings including transcriptions of Mozart and Schubert. For a complete discography and further information, please visit

Betty Bullock, pianist

Pianist Betty Bullock is equally at home in the worlds of classical music and the lighter repertoire of cabaret and music theater. She is active as a collaborative pianist in a wide variety of venues. This season, she has performed with soprano Rosa Lamoreaux in concerts in New Mexico and in Virginia. She has also performed at the new Music Center at Strathmore, the German Embassy, and the U.S. Supreme Court in a program of excerpts from Wagner operas.

This versatile musician has worked as a coach/accompanist for more than 20 seasons at the Washington Opera, and has been involved in recent years in the musical preparation of many operatic works for a variety of conductors, including Elektra, Salome, Turandot, Simon Boccanegra, Tristan und Isolde, Parsifal, Der Rosenkavalier, and Die Walküre under the baton of Music Director Heinz Fricke.

In the summers, Ms. Bullock has taught at both the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria and at the University of Miami’s Summer Institute for Singers and Pianists in Salzburg, Austria. She has performed in Austria and Germany, and for five summers took part in a music festival in the Côte Chalonnaise region of France.

She has degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and has also studied at the Mozarteum Music Academy in Salzburg and at the Hochschule für Musik in Munich on a grant from the German government. She won the Franz Schubert Prize for Accompanists at the Schubert Institut in Baden bei Wien, Austria.



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