|Who Am I||3:37|
|I Can Cook||3:06|
|Some Other Time||5:13|
|Green Finch And Linnet Bird||4:00|
|I Remember You||3:30|
|Could I Leave You?||3:23|
|Losing My Mind||4:35|
|Send In The Clowns||4:33|
|SRI 75136||Evelyn Lear||Evelyn Lear Sings Sondheim And Bernstein (LP, Album)||Mercury||SRI 75136||Netherlands||Unknown|
|MRI 75136||Evelyn Lear||Sings Sondheim And Bernstein (Cass, Album)||Mercury||MRI 75136||1980|
Evelyn Shulman Lear (January 8, 1926 – July 1, 2012) was an American operatic soprano. Between 1959 and 1992, she appeared in more than forty operatic roles, appeared with every major opera company in the United States and won a Grammy Award in 1966. She was well known for her musical versatility, having sung all three main female roles in Der Rosenkavalier. Lear was also known for her work on 20th century pieces by Robert Ward, Alban Berg, Marvin David Levy, Rudolf Kelterborn and Giselher Klebe
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EVELYN LEAR: Sings Sondheim And Bernstein LP (Netherlands) Vocalists.
Evelyn Lear’s extensive discography includes complete recordings of Der Rosenkavalier, The Magic Flute and Boris Godunov, as well as song literature from Robert Schumann to Sondheim for such companies as Polydor, DGG, Philips, EMI and CBS (see discography). In addition to Mourning Becomes Electra at the Metropolitan Opera, Miss Lear has created leading roles in world premieres including Klebe's Alkmene (Berlin), Pasatieri's The Seagull (Washington, . Kelterborn's The Cherry Orchard (Zürich), and Werner Egk's Verlobung in Santa Domingo (Münich).
Album · 1994 · 23 Songs. Evelyn Lear - The Art of the Recital (Live Performances 1975-1977). The Art of Evelyn Lear. Evelyn Lear Narrates Poulenc and Satie (Babar the Elephant and Sports et Divertissements). Evelyn Lear Sings Songs By Richard Strauss.
Evelyn Lear, soprano; Thomas Stewart, bass baritone; Erik Werba, piano; various orchestras and conductors. Deutsche Grammophon 00289 477 6219; 47:53, 63:15, 74:05, 75:43, 77:45). Disk One: Schubert: "Mignon und der Harfner. Bernstein: "Carnegie Hall Pavane" (On the Town). Of course, the most profound loss has been suffered by soprano Evelyn Lear, whose marriage to and professional partnership with Stewart lasted for more than fifty happy years. That personal and professional collaboration is the reason for this five-disk celebration from Deutsche Grammophon, the company with which Stewart and Lear began making highly admired recordings more than forty years ag.