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Discography

The recordings detailed here span a period from 1923 to 2009. They include six noncommercial cassettes (D13, D16, D18, D19, D20, and D22) assembled by the composer from her own collection of private recordings.

Private recordings, air checks, and commercial recordings which are not otherwise readily accessible are located in the Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, New York Public Library, and in the Edwin A. Fleisher Collection, Free Library of Philadelphia.

The following is a key to designations used in Discography entries.

Album
Album title
Liner
Liner notes
Title(s)
Individual work(s) included in an Album

D1 Abram in Egypt; LP (CRI 172); 1963.
Ensem Roger Wagner Chorale; London Philharmonic;
Roger Wagner, Conductor
Solo Ronald Lewis, Baritone
Liner Contains comments by composer
Also Suite for Orchestra (D21)

D2 Anne Perillo Sings Songs by Elinor Remick
Warren and other American Composers;
LP (Plymouth 91881); 1988.
Solo Anne Perillo, Soprano; Florence Baldacci, Piano
Titles
Christmas Candle
For You With Love
Great Memories
Heather
Who Loves the Rain
Liner Dr. Thomas A. Brown, DePaul University

D3 Art Songs by Elinor Remick Warren;
Cassette and compact disc (Cambria CT-1028, CD-1028); 1988.
Solo Marie Gibson, Soprano;
Catherine Smith, Flute;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano
Titles
By a Fireside
Christmas Candle
For You With Love
God Be in My Heart
Heather
If You Have Forgotten
In a Low Rocking Chair
Lady Lo-Fu
Light the Lamps Up!
The Little Betrothed
Lonely Roads
The Nights Remember
Piano
Sailing Homeward
Silent Noon
Singing Earth
The Wind Sings Welcome
Summer Stars
Tawny Days
Great Memories
Snow Towards Evening
To a Blue-Eyed Baby
We Two
When You Walk Through Woods
White Horses of the Sea
Who Calls?
Who Loves the Rain
Liner Elinor Remick Warren and Virginia Bortin

D4 Christmas Candle;
78 RPM (Victor Red Seal 10-1119-A); 1942.
Solo John Charles Thomas, Baritone;
Carroll Hollister, Piano

D5 Christmas Candle;
LP (Chime Records LP-1005); 1961.
Album Christ is Born
Solo Audrey Paul, Contralto;
Patricia Schramm, Organ

D6 Christmas Candle ;
LP (Zondewan Victory ZIP-546); 1962.
Album Christmas at Quito
Solo Joe Springer, Tenor (with Piano and Celeste)

D7 Christmas Candle ;
78 RPM (Decca DLA 2577); 1951.
Solo Tony Martin (with Orchestra)
Note Orchestration not by Composer

D8 Christmas Candle ;
LP (RCA Victor LPM-1517); 1957.
Album The Best of Christmas
Ensem Paul Mickelson Orchestra and Choir
Note Orchestration not by Composer

D9 Christmas Candle ;
LP Stereo (Supreme Records SS-2075); 1974.
Album The Best of Christmas
Ensem Paul Mickelson Orchestra and Choir
Note Orchestration not by Composer

D10 Frolic of the Elves;
78 RPM 10Ù single (Okeh 40147-A); 1924.
Solo Elinor Remick Warren, Piano

D11 God Be in My Heart ;
LP (Presser EO-LCC-218); 1950.
Album Rose Bampton Sings to You
Solo Rose Bampton, Soprano (with piano)

D12 Good Morning, America!;
Compact disc (Cambria CD-1042); 1989.
Ensem Polish Radio and Television Symphony and Chorus of Cracow;
Szymon Kawalla, Conductor
Titles
Along the Western Shore
The Crystal Lake
Good Morning, America!
(Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Narrator)
Suite for Orchestra
Symphony in One Movement
Liner Elinor Remick Warren and Virginia Bortin

D13 In a Low Rocking Chair;
Noncommercial cassette; Studio recording; Date unknown.
Album To the Children
Solo Carlotta King, Soprano, with piano

D14 The Legend of King Arthur;
Compact disc (Cambria CD-1043); 1991.
Ensem Polish Radio and Television Orchestra and Chorus of Cracow;
Szymon Kawalla, Conductor
Solo Thomas Hampson, Baritone; Lawrence Vincent, Tenor
Liner Elinor Remick Warren and Virginia Bortin

D15 My Parting Gift;
78 RPM (single) (Victor Red Seal 1979-B); 1935.
Solo Frederick Jagel, Tenor;
Edwin McArthur, Piano

D16 Processional March ; Noncommercial cassette.
Album Seven Songs by Elinor Remick Warren (reverse)
Event Wedding of Warren's daughter;
Wilshire Methodist Church; Los Angeles, CA; April 8, 1967
Solo Ruth Plummer, Organ

D17 Requiem ; Compact disc (Cambria CD-1061); 1992.
Ensem Polish Radio and Television Symphony and Chorus of Cracow;
Szymon Kawalla, Conductor
Solo Marina Sandel, Mezzo-Soprano;
Ryszard Ciesla, Baritone
Liner Elinor Remick Warren and Virginia Bortin

D18 Seven Songs by Elinor Remick Warren; Noncommercial cassette.
Event Concert, MacDowell Club of Los Angeles, CA; February 2, 1979
Titles
If You Have Forgotten
Lady Lo-Fu
King Arthur's Farewell
Singing Earth
Snow Towards Evening
To the Farmer
We Two
Solo Joyce Sweeney, Soprano;
James O'Neil, Tenor;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano

D19 Sir Bedivere's Lament (from The Legend of King Arthur);
Noncommercial cassette.
Album Seven Songs by Elinor Remick Warren (reverse)
Event Concert, Philharmonic Auditorium; Los Angeles, CA; April 2, 1954
Ensem Roger Wagner Chorale;
Roger Wagner Sinfonia; Roger Wagner, Conductor
Solo William Olvis, Tenor

D20 Songs for Young Voices;
Noncommercial cassette; Studio recording; Date unknown.
Album To the Children
Solo Delphine Fahringer, Soprano;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano
Note Unpublished Solo version of the choral work , including additional movements:
The Apple Song
Cloud Sheep
A Summer Morning
Mr. Frisky Squirrel

D21 Suite for Orchestra;
LP (CRI 172); 1963.
Album Abram in Egypt (D1)
Ensem Oslo Philharmonic;
William Strickland, Conductor
Liner Contains comments by composer
Also Abram in Egypt (D1)

D22 Twenty-two Songs by Elinor Remick Warren;
Noncommercial cassette.
Titles
By a Fireside;
Ruth Felt, Soprano (with Orchestra).
Presenting the American Composer;
Mutual Broadcasting System; April 8, 1938.
Christmas Candle;
Richard Crooks, Tenor (with Orchestra).
Voice of Firestone radio program; December 6, 1943.
Come Away!;
Lee Sweetland, Baritone;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
For You With Love;
Richard Crooks, Tenor (with Organ).
Wedding of Warren's daughter; Wilshire Methodist Church;
Los Angeles, CA; April 8, 1967.
God Be in My Heart;
Rose Bampton, Soprano (with piano). Date unknown.
Great Memories;
Theresa Stitch-Randall, Soprano;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
The Heart of a Rose;
Theresa Stitch-Randall, Soprano;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
Heather ;
Lee Sweetland, Baritone;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
Lonely Roads;
Cora Lauridson, Contralto;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
More Things Are Wrought by Prayer;
Patricia Beams (with organ). Church recording; Date unknown.
My Parting Gift;
Frederick Jagel, Tenor;
Edwin McArthur, Piano. 1935.
Sailing Homeward;
Richard Crooks, Tenor (with Orchestra).
Voice of Firestone on network radio; December 9, 1940.
Summer Stars;
Theresa Stitch-Randall, Soprano;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
Sweetgrass Range;
Nelson Eddy, Baritone (with Orchestra).
Kraft Music Hall radio program; August 26, 1948.
Orchestration not by composer.
Tawny Days;
Theresa Stitch-Randall, Soprano;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
Through My Open Window;
Richard Crooks, Tenor;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Home recording; Date unknown.
To a Blue-Eyed Baby;
Cora Lauridson, Contralto;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
Wander Shoes;
Lee Sweetland, Baritone;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
When You Walk Through Woods;
Theresa Stitch-Randall, Soprano;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.
White Horses of the Sea;
Raymond Manton, Tenor. The Standard Hour, NBC Radio; Date unknown.
Who Calls?;
Ruth Felt, Soprano;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano.
Presenting the American Composer;
Mutual Broadcasting System;
April 8, 1938.
The Wind Sings Welcome;
Theresa Stitch-Randall, Soprano;
Elinor Remick Warren, Piano. Studio recording; Date unknown.

D23 Wander Shoes;
LP (Daina-Life DP 103); 1968
Album American Art Songs
Solo Alden Andreassen, Tenor; Myrtle Estelle, Piano

D24 Wander Shoes;
LP (Rococo Records LP-5292); Date unknown.
Solo Frederick Jagel (with piano accompaniment)

D25 Singing Earth;
Compact disc (Cambria CD 1095); 1993.
Ensem Polish Radio and Television Orchestra and Chorus of Cracow;
Bruce Ferden, Conductor
Solo Thomas Hampson, Baritone
Titles
Singing Earth
The Harp Weaver
The Sleeping Beauty
Abram in Egypt
Liner Thomas Hampson and Virginia Bortin

D26 An American Composer: The Legacy of Elinor Remick Warren
Radio Documentary (two hours) presented on public and commercial classical music stations nationwide, 1992.
D27 Elinor Remick Warren
British label, Dutton Epoch. (CDLX 7235) 2009
Program notes by Lewis Foreman
Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conducted by Ronald Corp
and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Martin Yates
The Crystal Lake
Scherzo
The Fountain
The Legend of King Arthur: Intermezzo
Aria: King Arthur's Farewell, sung by Roderick Williams, baritone
Along the Western Shore
Symphony in One Movement
Suite for Orchestra

D28 Song of America
Music from the Library of Congress

EMI Angel CD 0946: 2005
Solo:    Thomas Hampson, baritone; Craig Rutenberg, piano
Title:    We Two
Liner:  Thomas Hampson

D29 To the Soul
Thomas Hampson sings the Poetry of Walt Whitman

EMI Classics CD 55028: 1997
Solo:    Thomas Hampson, baritone; Craig Rutenberg, piano
Title:    We Two
Liner:  Thomas Hampson and Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold

D30 Wondrous Free
Song of America II

THM 5432: 2009
Solo:    Thomas Hampson, baritone; Craig Rutenberg/Wolfram Rieger/piano
Title:    God Be In My Heart
Title:    At Even
Liner:  Thomas Hampson