Great Songs of the Yiddish Stage, Volumes 1-3



Amy Goldstein appears on these three volumes assembled by the Milken Archives. A musical adventure of historic scope and proportion, the Milken Archive was founded in 1990 to document, preserve, and disseminate the vast body of music that pertains to the American Jewish experience. Over two decades, the Milken Archive has become the largest collection of American Jewish music ever assembled—more than 700 recorded works, including over 500 world premier recordings.

Volume 1: Music by Abraham Ellstein and others
Amy Goldstein is featured on “Abi Gezunt” (As long as you’re healthy) by Abraham Ellstein as well as the duet “Ich Vil Es Hern Noch Amol.”

Volume 2: Bay Mir Bistu Sheyn
Amy Goldstein is featured on “Mit dir in eynem” (Together with you) by Ilia Trilling and “Samet un zayd” (Velvet and silk) by Herman Wohl as well as the following –
Solo: “Ikh Hob Dich Tsufil Lieb”
Duet: “Eyn Kuk Af Dir”
Duet: “Nu, zog mir shoyn ven”
Duet: “Ikh bin farlibt”

Volume 3: Music by Joseph Rumshinsky and others
Amy Goldstein is featured on the following –
Solo: “A bisl libe un a bisele glik”
Solo: “Es tsit, es brit”
Duet: “In a Kleyn Shtibele”
Duet: “Oyb siz geven gut far mein Mame”

Play On: Music for the Actors Company Theatre


This CD contains 40 selections from 16 productions by The Actors Company Theater.
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Jane Eyre


Jane Eyre by Nils Vigeland is now available from EMF Media and is available for purchase on CDeMusic and

REVIEW: “This collection of Nils Vigeland’s music is dramatic and elegant! False Love True Love is a chamber opera in two acts based on two scenes from Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre. The work has but two characters, and consists of two pivotal scenes between the protagonists: the meeting between them immediately following their unfulfilled marriage ceremony, and their first meeting after many years of separation. The musical inspirations for his 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. Featured performers are Amy Goldstein, soprano; Brad Cresswell, baritone; the Locrian Chamber Players; and Jonathan Faiman, piano.”

Music of Gershon Kingsley

Amy Goldstein appears on The Music of Gershon Kingley from the Milken Archive of American Jewish Music on Naxos Records.

Music of Charles Davidson

Amy Goldstein appears on The Music of Charles Davidson from the Milken Archive of American Jewish Music on Naxos Records.