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Scott Wasserman is in demand as a composer, orchestrator, music director, and rehearsal pianist. His credits include Broadway, regional theater, New York workshops, and television. From a classically-trained background, Wasserman earned his BFA in music composition from Carnegie Mellon University. Wasserman received many honors and awards including Undergraduate Prize winner of the 2010 Student Composers’ Competition and a place with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s composer/lyricist residency program. His Carnegie Mellon achievements were academic as well and included being named Andrew Carnegie Society Scholar and inducted to Pi Kappa Lambda. Wasserman’s works have been performed at Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, University of Missouri Columbia, Carnegie Mellon University, and by the Bach Choir of Pittsburgh, Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, University of Delaware, and Belmont University.  Whatever genre, Wasserman’s training as a baritone is evident throughout his oeuvre; singers love his music.  In collaboration with Alpha Major, Wasserman discovered relatively unknown yet some of the most widely popular tunes in America’s past. In Heritage: New Songs for Old Tunes, Wasserman writes relevant, contemporary songs, demonstrating how new, thoughtful, and just plain fun old songs can be.
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Heritage - New Songs for Old Tunes - High Voice
Heritage - New Songs for Old Tunes - High Voice
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Heritage - New Songs for Old Tunes - Med/Low Voice - Sheet Music
Heritage - New Songs for Old Tunes - Med/Low Voice
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