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Piano – various examples

John Rosenberg
Amah – C/A/P
Randita – C/A/P
Nothin’ To Worry About Tonight – C/A/P
I Like Your Lovin’ (Chaka Khan) – A/P
Lover Man (J. Davis) – A/P
Lover Man piano solo
Peace (H. Silver) – A/P
The Shadow That’s Cast (David Landon)
Jellyroll (SF, jump-swing band)
Why Do You Stay?
w/ Carla Hembrecht- A/P

Maria Muldaur’s CD: Swingin’ in the Rain
If I Knew You Were Coming…
Jeepers Creepers
My Little Puppy Peanut…
[Ein Bisien Johanne Sebastian Bach]

Karen Drucker Band
A Love Complete
You’re the One for Me
TUCKER: The Man and His Dream (Music from Francis Ford Coppola’s film – A/P)
Shenandoah (with Jerry Garcia/David Grisman)

Bonus Cuts

One Finger Snap
(H. Hancock) w/George Marsh

Heck I’d Go
with Maria Muldaur & Dan Hicks

One for Monterey
(C. Coates) w/J. Neuss Band

LIVE! – Turkey in the Straw
Joe Craven Trio (Piano & L.H. Bass)

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Singer-Songwriter

Listen to the Music Play

Change of Scene – V/C/A/P – Uncle John’s Band
Music: John Rosenberg Lyrics: Michael Britten
Harvest Time in the San Joaquin – V/C/A/P
Music: John Rosenberg Lyrics: Cheryl Wells
Small Green Stones – V/C/A/P
Music: John Rosenberg Lyrics: Cheryl Wells
Hello Goodbye, Wrong Number – V/C/A/P
Music: John Rosenberg Lyrics: Cheryl Wells
Every Waking Hour – V/C/A/P & Guitars
Music and Lyrics: John Rosenberg
Laugh At Yourself – V/C/A/P
Music: John Rosenberg Lyrics: Cheryl Wells
Christmas Morning At Home – V/C/A/P
Music: John Rosenberg Lyrics: Cheryl Wells
The Wayward Wind – V
Music and Lyrics: Neuman/Lebowsky
My Poor Heart – L/V/C/A/P
Music and Lyrics: John Rosenberg

C = Composer, L = Lyrics, V = Vocals, A = Arranged, P = Produced

Copyright 2000 Hip Hip Beret Music

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Composer

Squaw Valley (Ford Radio Spot) – C/A/P
Amah – C/A/P
Dental Dental (part 1) – C/A
Dental Dental (part 2) – C/A
Sun Microsystems – C/A
Texas Children’s Hospital – C/A
Monolith Media – C/A/P
Sherwood Forest – C/A/P
Beanie’s Not a Zero Anymore – C/A/P
(Children’s 1st Birthday Song)
Phenomoly – C/A/P
(TV Pilot Main Theme)
Says Who! – C
Something You Said – C/A/P
Sweet & Simple – C/A Lyrics: Cheryl Wells
Elusive Lover – C/A Lyrics: Cheryl Wells
Sim Shalom – C/A/P
A Song For Peace (based on an ancient liturgical text)
Requiem – C/A/P

C = Composer, A = Arranged, P = Produced

Copyright 2000 Hip Hip Beret Music

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The Words of Robert William Service


It is Later Than You Think
My Masterpiece
The Three Voices
My Highland Home
The Wedding Ring
Security
Yellow
The Wanderer
The Logger
It Is Later Than You Think… reprise

Robert Service composed these words around the turn of the last century… Now, at the turn of this century, John Rosenberg has given them “melody and tone”, and a voice that lifts them clear off the pages.

9/9/99 – Hip Hip Beret Music

Your Poem

My poem may be yours indeed, in melody and tone…
If in its rhythm you can read
A music of your own;
If in its pale woof you can weave
Your lovelier design
‘Twill make my lyric, I believe, more yours than mine.

I’m but a prompter at the best; crude cues are all I give.
In simple stanzas I suggest-
‘Tis you who make them live.
My bit of rhyme is but a frame,
And if my lines you quote,
I think, although they bear my name, ‘Tis you who wrote.

Yours is the beauty that you see in any words I sing;
The magic and the melody
‘Tis you, dear friend, who bring.
Yea, by the glory… Yea, by the gleam
The loveliness that lures
Your thought to starry heights of dream.
The Poem’s yours