Recordings

Vocal Demo

Damon Kirsche, baritone (vocal demo), excerpts from studio recordings and live performances:

“Fireworks”
(DO RE MI, Jule Styne, music, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, lyrics;

“At Last”
(“Orchestra Wives,” Mack Gordon, lyrics, Harry Warren, music;

“My Fortune is My Face”
(FADE OUT/FADE IN, Jule Styne, music, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, lyrics;
American Showstoppers”; The Fred Barton Orchestra)


“Namely You”
(LI’L ABNER, Johnny Mercer, lyrics, Gene De Paul, music,

“Back in Your Own Backyard”
(“Devil’s Serenade,” Billy Rose, lyrics, Dave Dreyer, music,

“You’re As Good As It Gets”
Film/Television


Damon Kirsche as Harry McCarthy (Ted Turner/Warner Bros. Pictures)
Directed by Ronald Maxwell

"L.A. Confidential" (Pilot, 2003)
(Regency/Warner Bros. Television/Trio NetworkDirected by Eric Laneuville)
Damon Kirsche as Ranny Sanson (Scene 1)
Damon Kirsche as Ranny Sanson (Scene 2)


Stage


My Fair Lady (excerpts) 
Damon Kirsche as Henry Higgins (Music Theatre of Wichita)
Directed by Wayne Bryan, Musical Direction by Thomas W. Douglas



Camelot (excerpts)
Damon Kirsche as King Arthur (Music Theatre of Wichita)
Directed by Wayne Bryan, Musical Direction by Thomas W. Douglas

42ND STREET (excerpts) 
Damon Kirsche as Julian Marsh (Musical Theatre West)
Directed by Jon Engstrom, Musical Direction by Michael Borth



Damon Kirsche as Count Carl–Magnus Malcom (South Coast Repertory)
Directed by Stefan Novinski, Musical Direction by Dennis Castellano

"On the Street Where You Live" from My Fair Lady
Damon Kirsche as Freddy Eynsford-Hill (Austin Music Theatre)
Directed by Scott Thompson, Musical Direction by Fred Barton


"Ilona" and "Grand Knowing You" from SHE LOVES ME
Damon Kirsche as Stephen Kodaly (Reprise! Los Angeles, Freud Playhouse)
Directed by Gordon Hunt, Musical Direction by Gerald Sternbach



Concert / Cabaret

"You Are Too Beautiful"
(Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
"American Showstoppers" with the Fred Barton Orchestra
10/12/2013 at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts

"Fireworks"
from Styne, Comden and Green's DO RE MI
"American Showstoppers" with the Fred Barton Orchestra
3/9/2013 at the Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts




"My Fortune is my Face"
from Styne, Comden and Green's FADE OUT—FADE IN
"Fred Barton Presents—And Thinks You're Gonna Love It!"
1/15/2012 at NY's Metropolitan Room


"All The Things You Are"
from Kern and Hammerstein's 1939 Broadway musical VERY WARM FOR MAY
"Fred Barton Presents—And Thinks You're Gonna Love It!"
1/15/2012 at NY's Metropolitan Room



"Ten Percent"
cut from the original 1975 production of Kander and Ebb’s CHICAGO
"Fred Barton Presents—And Thinks You're Gonna Love It!"
1/15/2012 at NY's Metropolitan Room





Studio Recordings


excerpt from the recording "Devil's Serenade"
1920s Hot Dance Band Music
from the City of Angels
re-created by Mora's Modern Rhythmists










"If the Moon Turns Green,"
excerpt from the CD "Goblin Market"
The Arrangements of Lyle "Spud" Murphy, 1928-1937
performed by Mora's Modern Rhythmists





  









The Gershwins'
Carnegie Hall Concert Recording












Ira Gershwin and Vernon Duke's
"Ziegfeld Follies of 1936"
Decca Broadway Original Cast Album







"Sing" (excerpt) 
(Music, Lyrics by Mark Chait / Demo for Josh Groban)


Three Whitman Songs” 
Music by Andrew Martin


I. I Knew a Man 
(from Andrew Martin's "Three Whitman Songs, with Tali Tadmor, pianist)


II. I Think I Could Turn and Live with Animals
(from Andrew Martin's "Three Whitman Songs,” with Tali Tadmor, pianist)


III. We Two, How Long Were We Fool'd!
(from Andrew Martin's "Three Whitman Songs,” with Hila Plitmann, soprano and Tali Tadmor, pianist)

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