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Living in the Body

Clássico/Canção • 2002 • Lírico: Joyce Sutphen
 
 
   
 

For soprano (or mezzo) with Eb alto saxophone (priced for 2 copies)

Título por Autor: Living in the Body — cycle for soprano (or mezzo) with Eb alto saxophone (priced for 2 copies)


30.00 USD

vendedor Lori Laitman
PDF, 8.98 Mb ID: SM-000529104 data do carregamento: 10 out 2021
Instrumentação
Soprano, Saxophone alto
Composição para
Dueto
Tipo de composição
Score for two performers
Editora
Enchanted Knickers Music
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Difficult
duração
18'0
Joyce Sutphen is one of my favorite poets. I find her poetry to be full of beauty, humor and honesty. Choosing these six poems allowed me to create a cycle about love, memory and resilience as a woman ages. The title of the cycle comes from the second song, which progresses from humor to deepest truth. It is the poem I read at my mother’s funeral.
A new version for soprano and clarinet was created in 2017.

You can listen to the premiere recording on Naxos' 2019 release "Living in the Body — Songs of Lori Laitman". There is also a video from a live concert with soprano Maureen McKay and saxophonist Gary Louie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5eqE3zcxNU
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For soprano (or mezzo) with Bb clarinet (priced for 2 copies)

Título por Autor: Living in the Body — cycle for soprano (or mezzo) with Bb clarinet (priced for 2 copies)


30.00 USD

vendedor Lori Laitman
PDF, 8.99 Mb ID: SM-000529105 data do carregamento: 10 out 2021
Instrumentação
Clarinete, Soprano
Composição para
Dueto
Tipo de composição
Score for two performers
Editora
Enchanted Knickers Music
idioma
Inglês
dificuldade
Difficult
duração
18'0
Joyce Sutphen is one of my favorite poets. I find her poetry to be full of beauty, humor and honesty. Choosing these six poems allowed me to create a cycle about love, memory and resilience as a woman ages. The title of the cycle comes from the second song, which progresses from humor to deepest truth. It is the poem I read at my mother’s funeral.
A new version for soprano and clarinet was created in 2017.

You can listen to the premiere recording on Naxos' 2019 release "Living in the Body — Songs of Lori Laitman". There is also a video from a live concert with soprano Maureen McKay and saxophonist Gary Louie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5eqE3zcxNU
  • comentários
 
 
   
 
 
   
 
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