for tenor and piano
What would ancient Latin poetry have sounded like if the Romans had pianos?
Catullus 2, “Passer, deliciae meae puellae,” is a playful song about the pet sparrow of the poet’s mistress.
Catullus 5, “Vivamus, mea Lesbia,” is the famous serenade in which the poet says “Give me a hundred kisses, then a thousand…”
Saddle-stitched letter-sized score on acid-free 60-lb-text paper with cover. $20 plus shipping.
These recordings are computer-rendered exports from Sibelius notation software.