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The Rose Rhapsody: A New Podcast From The Rose Theatre Co. and Rutz Music Works

The Rose Rhapsody: A New Podcast From The Rose Theatre Co. and Rutz Music Works

Chicago-based trumpeter Markus Rutz was recently commissioned by The Rose Theatre, Co. to arrange and orchestrate “Rhapsody in Blue," by the great American Songbook composer, George Gershwin. His arrangement of the iconic melody will become the musical thread through The Rose's ‘21-’22 Season and the signature music for The Rose Rhapsody Podcast set to debut June ...

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The Rose

Label: Southport Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: The Rose; When the Sun Comes Out; Embraceable You; Bye-Bye (Theme from Peter Gunn); Feeling Good; Soldier in the Rain; Smile; Blues in the Night; As Time Goes By; A Wink and a Smile; Over the Rainbow; Who Will Buy?; What the World Needs Now is Love.

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Article: Album Review

Susan May: The Rose

Read "The Rose" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Susan May’s voice belies her age. She was all of 12 when this album was recorded, and she shows a maturity far beyond her years. Her choice of songs cannot be faulted, for they give her the opportunity to display the range of her voice. May works wonderfully well with most of the songs. ...

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Article: Album Review

Susan May: The Rose

Read "The Rose" reviewed by Jim Santella


Susan May is equally at home singing show tunes as she is beltin’ out blues in the fashion of early pioneers of the art form. Her strong alto voice and remarkable range are natural tools. What's surprising, however, is the accuracy of her delivery and the convincing authority with which she interprets these favorite songs.


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