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Love Notes

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1. They Call the Wind Maria

Music by Frederick Loewe, Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner.  ©1951 Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe.  Copyright Renewed, Chappell & Co., Inc., owner of publication and allied rights throughout the World.  International Copyright Secured.  All Rights Reserved.

Leslie Hyland Rodgers (soprano), Gustavo Bianchi (piano), Gene Elders (violin)
 

2. Edelweiss

Music by Richard Rodgers.  Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.  ©1959 Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.  Copyright Renewed.  ©2000 Williamson Music.  Williamson Music owner of publication and allied rights throughout the world.  International Copyright Secured.  All Rights Reserved.

Leslie Hyland Rodgers (soprano), Gustavo Bianchi (piano), Gene Elders (violin)
 

3. I Could Have Danced All Night 

Music by Frederick Loewe.  Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner.  ©1956 Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe.  Copyright Renewed.  ©1994 by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe.  Chappell & Co. owner of publication and allied rights throughout the world.  International Copyright Secured.  All Rights Reserved.

Leslie Hyland Rodgers (soprano), Gustavo Bianchi (piano), Gene Elders (violin)
 

4. Memory 

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber.  Lyrics by Trevor Nunn after T.S. Elliot.  ©1981 The Really Useful Group plc. and Faber Music Ltd.  Text Copyright ©1981 Trevor Nunn/Set Copyrights Ltd.  All Rights for the U.S. and Canada controlled by Screen-Gems-EMI Music, Inc. International Copyright Secured.  All Rights Reserved.

Leslie Hyland Rodgers (soprano), Gustavo Bianchi (piano), Gene Elders (violin)
 

5. Tonight 

Music by Leonard Bernstein.  Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.  ©1957 by Amberson Holdings LLC and Stephen Sondheim.  Copyright Renewed.  ©2007 by Amberson Holdings LLC and Stephen Sondheim.  Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Company, LLC, Publisher.  Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., Sole Agent.  International Copyright Secured.  All Rights Reserved.

Leslie Hyland Rodgers (soprano), Gustavo Bianchi (piano), Gene Elders (violin)
 

6. Somewhere 

Music by Leonard Bernstein.  Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.  ©1957 Amberson Holdings  LLC and Stephen Sondheim.  Copyright Renewed.  ©2011 by Amberson Holdings LLC and Stephen Sondheim.  Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Company LLC, Publisher.  Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., Sole Agent.  Copyright for All Countries.  All Rights Reserved.

Leslie Hyland Rodgers (soprano), Gustavo Bianchi (piano), Gene Elders (violin)
 

7. You’ll Never Walk Alone 

Music by Richard Rodgers.  Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.  ©1945 Williamson Music.  Copyright Renewed.  ©2009 Williamson Music.  International Copyright Secured.  All Rights Reserved.

Leslie Hyland Rodgers (soprano), Gustavo Bianchi (piano), Gene Elders (violin)

 

ALBUM CREDITS

Produced by Leslie Hyland Rodgers
 
Recorded, engineered and mixed by Gary Powell at Gary Powell Studio, Austin, Texas.
 
Mastered by Jerry Tubb at Terra Nova Digital Audio, Inc., Austin, Texas.
 
Photography, CD Layout and graphic design by Brenda Ladd Photography
 
©2013 Leslie Hyland Rodgers.  All rights reserved.  Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.  Manufactured in USA.
 
Partial proceeds from the sale of these recordings will benefit Symphony of Soul, my favorite charity based in Austin, Texas. Symphony of Soul is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that I founded back in May of 2000.  Symphony of Soul provides live “musical medicine for the soul” to people who are confined in care centers and facing challenging circumstances. With a roster of more than 75 professional musicians of all genres – classical, jazz, blues, rock and more – Symphony of Soul brings musical medicine to everyone from infants to senior citizens who are coping with cancer, drug & alcohol addiction, homelessness, Alzheimer’s, mental illness and other challenges.  I truly appreciate your purchasing this CD.  The proceeds will help Symphony of Soul to continue providing “musical medicine” to those in need.
 
Love Notes is dedicated to the memory of my beloved mother Judy Dalton Hyland Greene (1933-2012).  I recorded these seven Broadway showtunes, all my mother’s favorites, as a final tribute to her in the last six months of her life.