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  • Lisa Kennerknecht

    Poem "Velvet Shoes" by Eleanor Wylie......musical arrangement.....the glory of winter set to poetry and song....

  • Caroline Jennings

    Velvet Shoes - Randall Thompson (Elinor Wylie - poem) Vocalist: Roberta Alexander

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