"Tom and Sally in Paris," Opera excerpt 3





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Published on Feb 21, 2014

Act 2, Scene 6 from "Tom and Sally in Paris," an opera in two acts by William Lavonis.
It is the seventh anniversary of Martha Jefferson's death, September 7, 1789. Jefferson, depressed and in a laudanum-induced state, because of a debilitating migraine, awakens from sleep to find himself in the gentle arms of Sally who is massaging his forehead with cool compresses. At that moment she seems to be the image of her half-sister, Martha. What has been developing in their relationship now takes a new turn. With Kurt Ollmann, baritone, Cecilia Davis, soprano and Amanda McFall, piano.
For more information contact the composer at drlavonne@aol.com

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