Art Song:
First two songs recorded in 2015 at Peter Karl Studios, with Catherine Miller, piano
Mondnacht (1840) by Robert Schumann


Sylvie (1886) by Erik Satie


Binsey Poplars (excerpt) (2009) by Jonathan David. Text: G. Manley Hopkins
Live performance 3/6/10 with Christopher Berg, piano


The Visit (excerpt) (2004) by Christopher Berg. Text: Carol Kner
Live performance 3/6/10 with Christopher Berg, piano


First two arias recorded in 2015 at Peter Karl Studios, with Catherine Miller, piano
On Mighty Pens (excerpt) from F. J. Haydn’s Creation


So Shall the Lute and Harp Awake by G. F. Handel from Judas Maccabeus


Agnus Dei (excerpt), from Mozart’s Coronation Mass
Live performance in 2007 at Little Church Around the Corner. Claudia Dumschat, conductor


More Early Music:
Pour chou by Adam de la Halle (13th c. France), recorded live, 2014


Au jour by Bonard (16th c.), with Jocelyn Nelson, renaissance guitar (2008)


N’esperez plus mes yeux by Antoine Boesset (17th c.), with Ekko Jennings, lute
Recorded live at the 2008 Summer Festival of Baroque Music, presented by The Baroque
Orchestra of New Jersey. Robert W. Butts, Director. Brian Foran/Pure Sounds Studios. Used by

Recordings for purchase

Ma Guiterre
Ma Guiterre je te chante: 16th century guitar solos and chansons [Released April 2010]
Amy Bartram, soprano, and Jocelyn Nelson, Renaissance guitar
Includes nine songs by Adrian LeRoy, Jacques Arcadelt, and others, arranged in the 16th century by Adrian LeRoy for voice and four-course guitar.
Available on iTunes, CD Baby, and Amazon
For a podcast at ECU featuring music from this CD, click here

Reviews of Ma Guiterre je te chante:
“The voice is pleasing, clear, well-tuned; the French is correctly pronounced.” —Pascale Boquet, French Lute Society publication Le Joueur de Luth, Sept. 2010

“Bartram has a real feel for this music. In spite of the limited range of the melodies the songs cover a wide range of emotions which she captures with a sure sense of style and subtle variations in the ornamentation ensure that the music is always memorable. . . . It is good to see the repertoire for 4-course guitar receiving the attention which it deserves from artists of this calibre.” —Monica Hall, Lute News, Journal of the UK Lute Society, No. 96, December 2010

Radio broadcast: Selections from Ma Guiterre je te chante were featured on the well-known early music radio program, The Millennium of Music, hosted by Robert Aubry Davis, in February 2013, and aired on public radio stations in the US, as well as in several other countries.

Daybreak in Alabama: A Langston Hughes Song Cycle by John Stone [Released October 2009]
Amy Bartram, soprano, and John Stone, piano
Available on iTunes, CD Baby, and Amazon.
To hear “Song for Billie Holiday” on YouTube: click here

Radio broadcast: The title song, “Daybreak in Alabama,” was selected for the 13-week Song of America radio series hosted by Thomas Hampson on radio stations nationwide in 2011–12. Program 12, “Langston Hughes and the Harlem Renaissance,” aired locally on March 25, 2012, on WQXR. Click here for more information on the series, and a list of songs. The program will be archived at the Library of Congress.

Recordings with Choirs
Trinity Choir, Wall Street
Christmas at Trinity (Naxos 2001) (soloist on “Once in Royal David’s City”)
The Complete Haydn Masses Boxed Set (Naxos 2009) (I sang on 10 of the 14 masses)
For Hänssler Classic: Haydn’s Mass in F Major (Missa Brevis), and Mass in C Major (Missa Cellensis)

I also appear on the 2012 release from the choir of St. Luke in the Fields, O Magnum Mysterium: Christmas in Iberia. I sing with the ensemble and I’m the soloist on Guerrero’s “Virgen Santa.” CD is available here.

I’ve been singing Chris Mueller’s sacred choral music for ten years. He has now posted some recordings (many of which I sang on) on his website: