American Snapshots is a program of songs and piano solos representing a "core sample" of American music; from traditional ballads to music by Louis Moreau Gottschalk, John Jacob Niles, Stephen Foster, Irving Berlin, Carmichael & Mercer, Annie Ross, John Fogerty, Otis Jackson, Bix Beiderbecke, Phil Ochs, Tom Lehrer, Malvina Reynolds, and each of the Mayorgas. Through the songs, the Mayorgas wend their way from America's mountaintops, to the ballads and be-bop of the city, and into the storm of American politics.
Billy May for President  THCD-33 Billy May for President
Pat Longo's Super Big Band featuring Frank Sinatra, Jr
A swinging collection in which several composers pay joyful and imitative tribute to the dean of arrangers, Billy May. Featured is the outstanding West Coast big band of our time led by alto saxophonist Pat Longo. Billy May himself arranged the five accompaniments for Frank Sinatra, Jr.
Cantares  THCD-44 Cantares
Gregg Nestor, guitar
Anna Bartos, voice
A stunning collection of Spanish and Latin American songs spanning five centuries. Includes the haunting "Porque es, dama, tanto quereros?" by Diego Pisador, and other works by 16th-century composers, "Estrellita" and "Seis poemas arcaicos" by Manuel Ponce, and two elegant Columbian folksongs arranged by Miguel Sandoval. The recording also contains three rare gems: the Spanish cantata: "No se emendera jamas" by Handel, seven Catalonian folksongs arranged by Roberto Gerhard, and Salvador Moreno's "Cuatro Canciones Aztecas," sung in the Aztec language.
Helen Schnabel Plays Artur Schnabel  THCD-65 Helen Schnabel Plays Artur Schnabel  Schnabel
Helen Schnabel, piano
Charles F. Adler, conductor
Vienna Orchestra
Erika Francoulon, soprano
The first in a distinguished series of recordings from the Schnabel Music Foundation, this disc features compositions by Artur Schnabel from several periods of his life played by Artur Schnabel's student and daughterin-law Helen Schnabel. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1901) with C.F. Adler and Vienna Orchestra, Seven Piano Pieces (1948), Reverie (1898), 10 Songs (1899-1903) with Erika Francoulon, soprano.
This TownHall CD is a compilation of songs that arise when confronting political, social, racial, economic, or spiritual "railroad tracks" or boundaries. The twelve tracks include songs by each of the Mayorgas, Duke Ellington, Ewan MacColl, Dorsey Dixon and traditional songs in original arrangements.

Sheri Bauer-Mayorga's unique and expressive voice establishes her as a skillful and innovative interpreter capable of handling this unusual mix of musical genres. This collaboration with husband, Lincoln Mayorga, as pianist and producer, has turned out an original and beautifully transparent sounding recording. Instrumentation includes vocals, guitar, and accordion by Sheri Bauer-Mayorga, Lincoln Mayorga on piano, Pete Toigo on bass, Jeff Kraus on percussion and Trevor Caldwell on Low D whistle. The town of Chatham, New York makes a guest appearance on one tune with its local marching bands, the 2002 Chatham Fair, the local espresso bar, and the mayor's barking beagle.
Reflexions de France  THCD-38 Reflexions de France
Claudine Carlson, mezzo-soprano
Robert Hunter, piano
Claudine Carlson brings her rich and colorful voice to this varied collection of French songs. The Ravel song cycle about animals is unique in the literature, evocative and humorous. The lighter material contains beloved Parisian cabaret songs, in addition to music by Poulenc and others.
The American Russian Youth Orchestra in Concert  THCD-53 The American Russian Youth Orchestra in Concert
The American Russian Youth Orchestra
Leon Botstein, conductor
Malin Fritz, mezzo-soprano
Jung-Hack Seo, baritone
The Russian Chamber Chorus of New York
The New Amsterdam Singers
The American Russian Youth Orchestra in Concert at Ozawa Hall, Tanglewood, June 14, 1997 Leon Botstein, Conductor and Music Director Malin Fritz, Mezzo-soprano; Jung-Hack Seo, Baritone The Russian Chamber Chorus of New York and the New Amsterdam Singers under the direction of Nicolal Kachanov.

In this tenth anniversary concert recording, this vital youth orchestra, with chorus and soloists, presents the rarely heard Moscow: Coronation Cantata for Czar Alexander III. Another rarity is John Knowles Paine's "As You Like It" Overture.
The Song Recital  THCD-55 The Song Recital
Douglas Webster, baritone
Having been booked in over one hundred cities for the 1999-2000 and 2000-2001 seasons, Douglas Webster and Lincoln Mayorga are proving that the song recital is alive and well in America.