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Leslie Crabtree.  Publications              
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Leslie Crabtree.  Vocal Works in Russian for voice and piano.  Volume I
Date of publication: May 15, 2008.  Place of publication: Moscow, Russia.  Number of pages: 64.  
Table of Contents  
No. Title Poet
1 «Заколдованный круг» ("The Magic Circle") Andrey Dementyev
2 «Отцы, не покидайте сыновей…» ("Fathers, do not abandon your sons") Andrey Dementyev
3 «Любимая, спи...» ("Beloved, sleep…") Evgeny Evtushenko
4 «Сонет» ("Sonnet") Sergei Esenin
5 «Элегия» ("Elegy") Alexander Pushkin
6 «Заклинание» ("Exorcism") Alexander Pushkin
7 «Телега жизни» ("The Coach of Life") Alexander Pushkin
8 «Я вас любил» ("I Loved You") Alexander Pushkin
9 «К…» («Я помню чудное мгновенье») ("To…" ("I remember that wonderful moment")) Alexander Pushkin
You can obtain this book free if you are willing to sing a couple of songs from this set,
record them and send to us.  
Leslie Crabtree.  Shakespeare's Sonnets  
Vocal Works in English for voice and piano.  1st edition  
Date of publication: June 22, 2010.  Place of publication: Moscow, Russia.  Number of pages: 75.  
Table of Contents  
No. Title Poet
1 Sonnet XVIII  ("Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?") William Shakespeare
2 Sonnet XXII  ("My glass shall not persuade me I am old…") William Shakespeare
3 Sonnet XXIX  ("When, in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes…") William Shakespeare
4 Sonnet XXX  ("When to the sessions of sweet silent thought…") William Shakespeare
5 Sonnet XXXIII  ("Full many a glorious morning have I seen…") William Shakespeare
6 Sonnet XL  ("Take all my loves, my love, yea, take them all…") William Shakespeare
7 Sonnet XLIV  ("If the dull substance of my flesh were thought…") William Shakespeare
8 Sonnet LXXI  ("No longer mourn for me when I am dead…") William Shakespeare
9 Sonnet LXXIII  ("That time of year thou mayst in me behold…") William Shakespeare
10 Sonnet LXXXVII  ("Farewell! thou art to dear for my possessing…") William Shakespeare
You can get this book for $25.  Please write with your request at crabtree@yandex.ru.