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  • American baritone Sanford Sylvan performs a recital of songs by Fauré exploring a wide range of human emotion. "Sylvan grasps a style that the French themselves have been hard pressed to pass on to their own young singers," says the New York Times. "This lovely, upward-straining, yet relaxed delivery serves the music with subdued grace and tenderness."

  • American baritone Sanford Sylvan performs a recital of songs by Fauré exploring a wide range of human emotion. "Sylvan grasps a style that the French themselves have been hard pressed to pass on to their own young singers," says the New York Times. "This lovely, upward-straining, yet relaxed delivery serves the music with subdued grace and tenderness."

  • One of the most important works of Schubert’s career, Die schöne Müllerin was one of the first extended song cycles to gain widespread popularity. Here, Sylvan gives performances that “match the sophisticated naïveté" of the texts, says American Record Guide, and "the calculated folkiness of Schubert's melodies with an artful naturalness of delivery."

  • Baritone Sanford Sylvan performs songs by American composers Theodore Chanler, Samuel Barber, and Aaron Copland. The Boston Globe praised the performances' "intelligence, musicianship, [and] sensitivity to poetry and to the sound of words,” adding that Sylvan “is one of America's master singers.”