File This One Under Adorable – O BABY MINE: SING A SONG OF SHAKESPEARE

O Baby Mine134 West has produced a terrific album of music for parents and children of all ages, O Baby Mine: Sing A Song of Shakespeare. Comprised of songs from and inspired by Shakespeare’s plays, the CD and digital downloads release on Tuesday, August 12.

O Baby Mine: Sing A Song of Shakespeare is for anyone who wants to share their love of theatre, music, and the Bard and his language with their families. Featuring eight songwriters and 14 tracks, Shakespeare plays represented include Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Romeo and Juliet, Much Ado About Nothing, The Comedy of Errors, As You Like It, Macbeth, and King Lear.

The composers are Raymond Bokhour, Sean Galuszka, Rob Kendt, Susan Lambert, Cinco Paul, Madison Scheckel, William Shakespeare, and David Tobocman. The project was conceived by Susan Lambert, who also acts as executive producer. The CD is produced, mixed, and engineered by Rob Kendt, with additional mixing by Matt North, mastering by Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, and art direction and design by Chad Calvert/Muse of Fire Creative.

Said producers Lambert and Kendt, “This album began as a way to introduce the wonder of Shakespeare to our kids, but it quickly took on a life of its own. Music flows throughout Shakespeare’s work: the rhythm and melody of his language can really make you want to sing and dance … and listen.”

Track List:

Up and Down
Shakespeare Said It First
There Are Bees
O Baby Mine (Daddy version)
Witches’ Song
Who Is Sylvia?
Nightingale’s Lullaby
Sigh No More
Do You Think You Have A Twin?
Oh Father
In Springtime
O Baby Mine (Mommy version)
Out, Out, Brief Candle
We Two Alone

You can preview the tracks, order the CD and find download options at www.obabyminemusic.com. For more information, visit www.134west.biz.

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