Blake Songs & Other Works, Volume II

Music of Jonathan Lovenstein

Recorded at Newbury Sound, Boston and Marsh Chapel, Boston University.


Recording Engineer: Steven Revilak
Design: Mary McCarthy, Chelsea, Massachusetts
Cover art: "The Conversion of Saul" by William Blake, courtesy of the Huuntington Library, Art Galleries and Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California.
Total playing time: 44:23


About the Composer

Jonathan Lovenstein was born in Columbus, Ohio, February 15, 1952. He studied composition, piano, and recorder at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, where he received a degree in Musicology. He studied recorder with John Tyson and received his Master's degree in Performance of Early Music from New England Conservatory in 1978. He is on the faculty at All Newton Music School and Chestnut Hill School and performs frequently throughout the Boston area with Cantorum Baroque Ensemble.


The Performers

  • Margaret O'Keefe, Mary Sears, sopranos;
  • Bruce Lancaster, Mark Nemeskal, tenors;
  • Robert Honeysucker, John Holyoke, Benjamin Sears, baritones;
  • David Walther, bass-baritone;
  • Mimi Rabson, Barbara Englesberg, violins;
  • Ellen McKinney, viola;
  • Nathan Kimball, cello;
  • Beth Grant, flute;
  • Peter Sykes, organ;
  • Jonathan Lovenstein, piano.


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