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Conversations With Chagall
  
To listen to preview tracks from Conversations With Chagall, my CD of solo piano music, please visit the Conversations With Chagall page.
How to Save the World and Find True Love in 90 Minutes
  
Preview tracks are not available for How to Save the World and Find True Love in 90 Minutes. Please see below for tracks from the demo recording.

Songs from demo recordings of musicals:

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Songs from Heart Throb

When the Music Played (3:24)

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Rachel, a college senior, explains how her devotion to a particular recording artist has inspired her to seek an internship at a music company.
The Meaning of the Word (3:48)

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Professor Jasper has spent his life refuting the existence of true love. In this power ballad, he begins to search for its meaning.
If I Had the Nerve to Tell You (3:51)

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Professor Jasper and his student Rachel admit their feelings for each other.
Second Banana (3:14)

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Herbie and Margo commiserate after being dumped by their respective lovers.

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Songs from How to Save the World and Find True Love in 90 Minutes

I Want What You Want (5:14)

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Miles Muldoon, a phobic tour guide at the United Nations, is determined to charm the U.N.'s sexiest diplomat, Violet Zipper, into giving him a better job...and more.
The Voices in My Head (2:46)

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When Miles awakens from his unconsciousness, he realizes something is amiss: that he is hearing what everyone around him is thinking.
Love Is (3:49)

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After telling Miles he doesn't understand love, Violet and Julie argue about its attributes.
Save the People (4:30)

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The Pretentious Assholes give Miles some pretentious encouragement as he prepares to save the United Nations from a terrorist attack.

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Songs from The Remarkable Journey of Prince Jen

The Castle Walls (4:52)

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Within the castle of T'ang, Prince Jen receives a traditional, if incomplete, education; his master is exiled for suggesting that he learn what exists beyond the castle walls.
T'ien-kuo (3:50)

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Master Wu sets the scene for Prince Jen's journey to find the kingdom of T'ien-kuo, where he will learn the skills to make him a great king.
I Don't Need a Prince (4:26)

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Having escaped her wicked master, the clever and resourceful Voyaging Moon finds herself in the company of Prince Jen but asserts her independence.
This I Give to You (3:54)

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Prince Jen bequeathes the magic flute to Voyaging Moon as a symbol of their eternal love.
Hear My Song (3:28)

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Separated from Prince Jen during a fierce storm, Voyaging Moon calls to him by playing the flute.
The Greatest Journey of All (3:18)

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Prince Jen never reached T'ien-kuo, but the knowledge he learned on the journey made the trip a success nevertheless, for the greatest journey of all lies within.

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Songs from Vanity Fair

The Legend of New York (7:08)

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As a group of polished, privileged young ladies graduate from a convent school, the orphaned, impoverished Becky Sharp finds herself free and eager to climb her way into New York society. She sees her sweet, generous classmate Amelia Sedley as her ticket to Park Avenue and finagles an invitation for an extended stay with her family and a brand-new wardrobe.
The Kind of Girl (Quintet) (6:56)

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At the dance hall, Becky gives Amelia a crash course on the birds and the bees and convinces her to go "all the way" with George, lest she lose him. George, alarmed at Joseph's plans to propose to Becky, gets Joseph drunk to keep him from popping the question to a girl of such a lowly station. Will, disgusted at George's behavior toward Joseph and Amelia, wishes he were Amelia's fiance instead of George.
OK, OK (4:47)

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Her plot to snare Joseph thwarted, Becky is exiled to New Jersey to work as a nanny.
Donít Call It Love (4:04)

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Becky has just thrown a party at which she meets her employer's dashing naval-officer son Rawdon. The two find themselves alone after the party: Becky may have finally met her match.
Just an American Fairy Tale (5:41)

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One of the richest and most famous women in America, Becky has written a tell-all book and muses about her success on a talk show.

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Songs not from musicals

Almost (3:14)

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A look at love's might-have-beens, if "almost" had become reality.
I Just Slept With Hillary Rodham Clinton (2:39)

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Four people express their joy following their recent sexual encounters with the former first lady.
The Boy in the City (3:05)

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Sung by Gerry Dieffenbach

From an early version of Heart Throb, this song is the protagonist's flashback to his youth, when he was abandoned by his father.