There is no historical or geographical limit on what can be covered. There is no restriction on the style or genre of song or singing.
Jovana Backović’s haunting music for Ophelia in a production of Hamlet spurred this conversation about her influences and artistic goals.
Translations and cover songs raise many of the same questions. This post (and playlist) looks at how young women transformed Beatles songs on their debut albums.
A conversation with soprano Susan Narucki about her new album of art songs by early 20th-century women composers.
Even as churches ban “I Love You Truly,” brides and grooms embrace it, as do films, radio broadcasts, and recording companies.
In the annals of songs that have been banned in the United States, no one would expect to find one of Carrie Jacobs-Bond’s songs.