P. O. Box 242, Summit, NJ 07902 (908) 273-3685 info@concordsingers.org 

Spring 2007: Reflections of Life
The Artists







  The Accompanist/Soloist Caroline Parody (lower left) and the Altos
  The Mezzos during a pause in the performance
  The Sopranos during a pause in the performance

Caroline Parody sang selections from Berlioz and Schumann as well as soloing in two Broadway classics. The program also featured selections from Songs of Survival, music written by women held in a prison camp on Sumatra during World War II, and musical settings by Charles Davidson of the poetry written by children held in Terezin on their way to Auschwitz.

  • Sing Creations Music On,  Stephen Paulus

  • Zion's Walls, Revivalist Song, arranged by Aaron Copeland

  • Brazilian Alleluia, Ralph Manuel

  • Selections from Songs of Survival, arranged by Dryburgh & Chambers

  • Terezin Settings, Charles Davidson

  • The Water is Wide, American Folksong, arranged by Paul Carey

  • Heart We Will Forget, Emily Dickinson poem, arranged by Larkin

  • Overture to the Marriage of Figaro, W. A. Mozart, arr. by Howard Cable

  • Selections from Les Nuits d'Ete, Berlioz. Caroline Parody, accompanied by Helen Sung

  • Selections from Frauen Lieben und Leben, Schumann. Caroline Parody, accompanied by Helen Sung

  • Three Songs from Midsummer Night's Dream, Ratcliff. Concord Ensemble.

  • I Have Dreamed/Popular, Arr. Huff & Shaw. Caroline Parody, soloist. Accompanied by Helen Sung

  • Selections from West Side Story, Leonard Bernstein/Stephen Sonheim. Arranged by Ed Lojeski

  • Sacramento/Sis Joe, Berkey, with 4-hand piano accompaniment




Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, through a grant administered by the Union County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.