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Inspired by her roots in small-town America, Schaufer has concocted an imaginative, quirky selection of songs from both familiar and less well- known composers. Numbers by Bernstein and (especially) Blitzstein are delivered with panache, and contrast rewardingly with haunting songs by Amanda McBroom and Michele Brourman. Purists may object to an Erbarme dich arranged for saxophone and accordion, but throughout Schaufer is a winning and persuasive presence.

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