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Orange Afternoon Lover

Clássico/Canção • 2006 • Lírico: Mary Oliver
 
 
   
 

For soprano and piano (priced for 2 copies)

Título por Autor: Orange Afternoon Lover — for soprano and piano (priced for 2 copies)


20.00 USD

vendedor Lori Laitman
PDF, 5.11 Mb ID: SM-000381577 data do carregamento: 01 mar 2020
Instrumentação
Piano, Soprano
Composição para
Solo, Piano de Acompanhamento
Tipo de composição
Partitura piano-vocal
Editora
Enchanted Knickers Music
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Difficult
duração
13'0
These songs were jointly commissioned by The Howard Hanson Fund of The Eastman School and The College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University for soprano Eileen Strempel and pianist Sylvie Beaudette. This commission was part of a larger project of Eileen’s and Sylvie’s, in which they asked several women composers to set the poetry of Margaret Atwood, with the subsequent CD “Inhabitation: Musical Settings of Margaret Atwood,” released on Centaur Records in 2010.

I was free to choose the poetry, and decided on these three poems so as to create a story line about a love affair, from the initial excitement to the emptiness felt at the end.

Here's a link to a performance with soprano Maureen McKay and composer/pianist Lori Laitman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kv3i4W4vu64
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For mezzo-soprano and piano (priced for 2 copies)

Título por Autor: Orange Afternoon Lover - for mezzo-soprano and piano (priced for 2 copies)


20.00 USD

vendedor Lori Laitman
PDF, 5.08 Mb ID: SM-000381580 data do carregamento: 01 mar 2020
Instrumentação
Piano, Soprano
Composição para
Solo, Piano de Acompanhamento
Tipo de composição
Partitura piano-vocal
Editora
Enchanted Knickers Music
idioma
Inglês
duração
13'0
These songs were jointly commissioned by The Howard Hanson Fund of The Eastman School and The College of Arts and Sciences at Syracuse University for soprano Eileen Strempel and pianist Sylvie Beaudette. This commission was part of a larger project of Eileen’s and Sylvie’s, in which they asked several women composers to set the poetry of Margaret Atwood, with the subsequent CD “Inhabitation: Musical Settings of Margaret Atwood,” released on Centaur Records in 2010.

I was free to choose the poetry, and decided on these three poems so as to create a story line about a love affair, from the initial excitement to the emptiness felt at the end.

Here's a link to view a performance with soprano Maureen McKay and pianist/composer Lori Laitman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kv3i4W4vu64
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