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  • More than any other songwriter, Irving Berlin defined the American pop song, incorporating European harmonies, klezmer rhythms, and meticulously worded lyrics into his music. William Bolcom and Joan Morris, the "dream team of American popular song" (Chicago Tribune) perform highlights from his catalog of more than 1,500 songs.

  • More than any other songwriter, Irving Berlin defined the American pop song, incorporating European harmonies, klezmer rhythms, and meticulously worded lyrics into his music. William Bolcom and Joan Morris, the "dream team of American popular song" (Chicago Tribune) perform highlights from his catalog of more than 1,500 songs.

  • Hailed by the Washington Post as “essential for any serious collection of Americana” destined to be "an all-time American classic," this Grammy-nominated album sparked a broad, renewed interest in the origins of American theater music and launch the recording careers of William Bolcom and Joan Morris. 

  • Pianist William Bolcom performs a collection of 18 brief, impromptu-style variations of well-known melodies from the George Gershwin songbook, along with other solo piano works, including the Three Preludes, and accompanies his longtime partner, vocalist Joan Morris, on such Gershwin standards as “How Long Has This Been Going On?” and “Someone to Watch Over Me.”