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  • Melody Myers

    Oh wow! I LOVE the Animal Crackers songs! I remember singing these in All-State/Mid-State, it was so much fun I had a blast! I remember I couldn't stop laughing after each song. Good times, gooood times :)

  • http://www.youtube.com/xoclkox Courtney Lea

    YAAAAAAAAAAAY!
    I've been waiting for 'The Stolen Child' to finally be out in print!

  • http://feyapl.blogspot.com Paige

    The Stolen Child is so lovely!

  • rerodriguez90

    Nox Aurumque PLEASE!

  • Jeremiah Mullen

    Oh my gosh, I can’t get enough of Animal Crackers Vol. I and II. Soooo good and tastefully funny. They bring humor to choir music which I think has never been done before. Wish I could perform them but I believe my college choir director does not take requests and has her own mind set on what she wants the choir to sing.

    Anyway, can’t stop listening, lol. The Canary is by far my favorite.

  • Ed

    Awesome!
    Eric, what about Nox Aurumque? Wasn’t the original print release date on that supposed to be in like November/December?

  • W

    Hey Eric, so glad these are finally getting published!

    When was that NYCGB recording from? Was that Disney Hall?

  • hilary

    not bad for a buncha brits.

    j/k

    How could this EVER be done better?

  • http://www.doollee.com/PlaywrightsC/ciongoli-koepfinger-coni.html Coni Ciongoli-Koepfinger

    Eric,

    Hello. Your work is amazing. I have been in the theatre over 20 years, I also sing in a church choir, I have worked with many composers, including London’s Robert Hugill who was daring to experiment enough to write a requiem & score my play CANDLEDANCING.

    Yes, there is certainly a sense of the magnificent here… you are pure genius.

    Contact me when you are ready to venture into a new dimension— THE THEATRE OF THE AWAKENED DREAM.

    As an artist and educator, I’ve been experimenting with a new form of expression and I think this new project might be of interest to you.

    All the best,

    Coni Ciongoli-Koepfinger

  • Michael

    Nope, the recording’s at Symphony Hall Birmingham.

  • http://www.davidbthomas.com David Bennett Thomas

    Exquisite!