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Music Credits

American Dreamer
Songs of Stephen Foster
Thomas Hampson, baritone
Jay Ungar, Molly Mason, David Alpher
Angel Records 1992

"Oh! Susanna"
Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts: Melodies of Stephen C. Foster (TS 8930X, 1989)
Perf: Dear Friends
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"Lou'siana Belle"
Songs of Stephen Foster: A Foster Hall Recording, 1935
Courtesy of Foster Hall Collection, Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh

"My Brodder Gum"
Songs of Stephen Foster: A Foster Hall Recording, 1935
Courtesy of Foster Hall Collection, Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh

"Nelly Was a Lady"
Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts: Melodies of Stephen C. Foster (TS 8930X, 1989)
Perf: Dear Friends
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"My Old Kentucky Home, Good-night!"
Songs of Stephen Foster: A Foster Hall Recording, 1935
Courtesy of Foster Hall Collection, Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh

"Old Folks at Home"
Songs of Stephen Foster: A Foster Hall Recording, 1935
Courtesy of Foster Hall Collection, Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh

"Hard Times, Come Again No More"
Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts: Melodies of Stephen C. Foster (TS 8930X, 1989)
Perf: Dear Friends
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"Old Dog Tray"
Dear Friends, concert performance Oct. 7, 1990, Stephen Foster Memorial, Pittsburgh.
Bob Gore, baritone; James Ferla, guitar
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair"
Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts: Melodies of Stephen C. Foster (TS 8930X, 1989)
Perf: Dear Friends: Guy Russo, tenor; Mark Graf, piano
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"Gentle Annie"
Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts: Melodies of Stephen C. Foster (TS 8930X, 1989)
Perf: Dear Friends: Kate Young, soprano; Guy Russo, tenor; James Ferla, guitar
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"Open Thy Lattice, Love"
Dear Friends, concert performance Oct. 7, 1990, Stephen Foster Memorial, Pittsburgh.
Guy Russo, tenor; Kate Young, mezzo-soprano; James Ferla, guitar
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"Beautiful Dreamer"
Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts: Melodies of Stephen C. Foster (TS 8930X, 1989)
Perf: Dear Friends: Kate Young, soprano; James Ferla, guitar; Jean Thomas, flute
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"The White House Chair"
Dear Friends, concert, Smithsonian Institution, Baird Auditorium, 1988.
Richard Walker, tenor; Kate Young, soprano; Jean Thomas, alto; James Ferla, guitar; Mark Graf, piano
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"That's What's the Matter"
Songs of Stephen Foster: A Foster Hall Recording, 1935
Courtesy of Foster Hall Collection, Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh

"Mr. & Mrs. Brown"
Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts: Melodies of Stephen C. Foster (TS 8930X, 1989)
Perf: Dear Friends: Kate Young, soprano; Guy Russo, Tenor; Mark Graf, piano
Dear Friends Ensemble for American Music, Pittsburgh, PA
For further information, contact Jim Ferla

"My Wife Is a Most Knowing Woman"
Songs of Stephen Foster: A Foster Hall Recording, 1935
Courtesy of Foster Hall Collection, Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh

"Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread"
Songs of Stephen Foster: A Foster Hall Recording, 1935
Courtesy of Foster Hall Collection, Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh

"The Pure, the Bright, the Beautiful"
Songs of Stephen Foster: A Foster Hall Recording, 1935
Courtesy of Foster Hall Collection, Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh

"The Wife"
Songs of Stephen Foster: A Foster Hall Recording, 1935
Courtesy of Foster Hall Collection, Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh



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