Recuerdo – sung by Liz Callaway and Jeff Blumenkrantz

Episode #8: Singing with Liz Callaway is literally a dream-come-true for me. Ever since I first heard her spectacular voice on the Baby cast recording, I have marveled at the purity and musicality of her voice. What a privilege to have her on this podcast today, singing my duet setting of the Edna St. Vincent Millay poem, “Recuerdo.” Recorded 1/31/06. (Click here to see the text of the poem.)

Since her Tony-nominated performance in Baby, she’s maintained flourishing careers on Broadway (Miss Saigon, Cats, The Look of Love), in film (providing the singing voice for the title characters in the animated films The Swan Princess and Anastasia), and in cabaret and recordings (check out her most recent CD, The Beat Goes On, and Sibling Revelry, the terrific recording of her show with her super-talented sister, Ann Hampton Callaway). Liz’s discography is incredibly impressive, and rightfully so.

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    This is one of THE MOST gorgeous songs ever composed!!! I literally have to listen to it at least once a day. Talk about music therapy. The voice work is impeccable! The harmonies just soar! Are you tired of exclamation points yet? I can’t help it. Thanks so much, Jeff, for sharing your heavenly talent with our humble little world!
    Cheryl B.

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