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This reissue of the 1998 recording with Faiman as accompanist features:

J. S. Bach – Bist du bei mir
Louis Calabro – Child’s Play
Nira Chen – Dodi Li
John Coates, Jr. – Amazing Grace
Scott Cohen – All the Pretty Little Horses & Blessed Be
Charles Collins – Mary Had a Little Blues
Malcolm Daglish – Kalanta of the New Year
David Elliot – Jingle Bell Swing
Christine Jordanoff – Appalachian Suite II
Zoltan Kodaly – Nagyszalontai köszöntő
John Leavitt – Festival Sanctus & Let Beauty Awake
Mary Lynn Lightfoot – A Jubilant Song
G. B. Pergolesi – Stabat Mater (selections)
Leonard Scott & L. Craig Tyson – Feel Good

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Hie Up The Mountain

Jonathan’s Solo Piano CD features:

Derek Bermel – Three Funk Studies & Dodecaphunk
Jonathan Faiman – Piano Sonata & Five Vaults
Ricky Ian Gordon – Winter Again & Desire Rag
David Macdonald – Suite for Piano
Eric Samuelson – Sonata for Piano
David Shohl – Dynamophone
Ken Sullivan – Maracaibo

Listen to excerpts from all tracks and read review here.

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False Love / True Love is a chamber opera in two acts, based on two scenes from Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre.

The musical inspirations for Vigeland’s Five Nocturnes are diverse: Ives, Gershwin, Chopin and the environmental sounds of last call at an Irish pub.

Two Days, written two days after September 11th, 2001, is Vigeland’s musical reaction to the attack on the World Trade Center.

CD: Play On
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This CD contains 40 selections from 16 productions by The Actors Company Theater (TACT).
Jonathan was Co-Executive Producer as well as featured composer and pianist.

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“Golden Chants in America” is the first U.S. recording to feature Jewish music spanning 350 years of life in America, including music from the Spanish-Portuguese Jews, contemporary liturgy, and the Yiddish and Broadway theater.


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“Jonathan Faiman, a pianist with the kind of technique that affords remarkable clarity even in the speediest lines, opened the program with his own Scherzo (1992, revised 1996), a sparkling piece.”
by Allan Kozinn The New York Times