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I am programming my undergrad Senior Recital, and became intrigued by Ellwood Derr's "There Will Never be Another Butterfly" for soprano voice, alto saxophone and piano. While listening to it, I also discovered that Laurie Laitman set the same poems to music in her "There Will Never be Another Butterfly" for soprano voice and alto sax. They are both haunting settings of poems written by children in concentration camps during the Holocaust.

Does anyone know both of these pieces? I have partial recordings of both of them, but I would love some other people's opinions on these two pieces before I decide.

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Amy Beth
 

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Is the piece "There Will Never be Another Butterfly" or "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" ?

I have a Bill Perconti recording of "I Never Saw..." & it's nice. Never heard the other arrangement
 
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