"Amor" is from William Bolcom's first volume of Cabaret Songs. The lyrics were written by Arnold Weinstein.

The recording of "Amor," provided in the player to the right, is made possible through a collaboration between the Hampsong Foundation and SongFest. The performers are Mary-Elizabeth O’Neill, mezzo-soprano, and Evan Roider, piano, and the performance took place at SongFest 2012 at The Colburn School.

Date: 1978Composer: William BolcomText: Arnold WeinsteinSong Collection: Cabaret Songs, Vol. 1

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Cabaret Songs Complete

Composer(s): William Bolcom

Song(s): Volume 1:
1. Over the Piano
2. Fur (Murray the Furrier)
3. He Tipped the Waiter
4. Waitin
5. Song of Black Max (as told by the de Kooning boys)
6. Amor

Volume 2:
1. Places to Live
2. Toothbrush Time
3. Surprise!
4. The Actor
5. Oh Close the Curtain
6. George

Volume 3:
1. The Total Stranger in the Garden
2. Love in the Thirties
3. Thius, King of Orf
4. Miracle Song
5. Satisfaction
6. Radical Sally

Volume 4:
1. Angels are the Highest Form of Virtue
2. Poet Pal of Mine
3. Can't Sleep
4. At the Last Lousy Moments of Love
5. Lady Luck
6. Blue

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