Thank you. I have the Jane Eyre CD but hadn't played it in ages, and hadn't realized he was the composer. I do like a great deal of it, though his 'recitative' sections remind me of why I have reservations about the character of Elizabeth in this work. Although the website says "Sense and Sensibility" will be part of their upcoming season, I would love to see/hear him tackle some of the work of Jean Anouilh, particularly "Thieve's Carnival". The Darcy numbers indicate that he might like to be free of the English 'restrictions.' I hope other posters will watch this, though, as it is well done and hits almost all of the plot and character points of the novel. I'm jealous. He is quite the auteur.