• 8559890 Katalognummer
  • 0636943989029 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Hurst-Wajszczuk, Kristine (soprano) | Gainey, Denise (clarinet)

Komponist
Laitman, Lori | Opperman, Kalmen | Rosenblum, Diana

Sjanger
Vokal

Plateselskap
Naxos

Verk

Kalmen Opperman: Un seul - 4:09

Lori Laitman:
The Secret Exit - 16:33:
No. 1, What Rose Out of the White Leaves of Your Body - 6:47
No. 2, When in Early Summer - 5:09
No. 3, Child - 4:37

I Never Saw Another Butterfly (1995-96) - 16:44:
No. 1, The Butterfly - 4:40
No. 2, Yes, That's the Way Things Are - 2:12
No. 3, Birdsong - 3:41
No. 4, The Garden - 2:06
No. 5, Man Proposes, God Disposes - 0:52
No. 6, The Old House - 3:13

Living in the Body - 12:18:
No. 1, Burning the Woods of My Childhood - 3:55
No. 2, Living in the Body - 2:32
No. 4, Lost at Table - 1:24
No. 5, Bring on the Rain - 1:25
No. 6, Crossroads - 3:02

Diana Rosenblum: Winter Rain - 3:24

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Produktbeskrivelse

"This collection of songs with voice and clarinet has at its heart Lori Laitman’s profoundly moving cycle I Never Saw Another Butterfly, which sets the words of hope and desolation written by children imprisoned in the Terezín concentration camp. Inspired by this poignant music, Kristine Hurst-Wajszczuk and Denise Gainey commissioned a follow-up, The Secret Exit, on poems by Nobel Laureate Nelly Sachs that reflect on life and death. Newly arranged for voice and clarinet, Living In The Body is a cycle about love, memory and resilience. The program is completed with Diana Rosenblum’s delightful setting of Winter Rain and Kalmen Opperman’s haunting Un seul.This collection of songs with voice and clarinet has at its heart Lori Laitman’s profoundly moving cycle I Never Saw Another Butterfly, which sets the words of hope and desolation written by children imprisoned in the Terezín concentration camp. Inspired by this poignant music, Kristine Hurst-Wajszczuk and Denise Gainey commissioned a follow-up, The Secret Exit, on poems by Nobel Laureate Nelly Sachs that reflect on life and death. Newly arranged for voice and clarinet, Living In The Body is a cycle about love, memory and resilience. The program is completed with Diana Rosenblum’s delightful setting of Winter Rain and Kalmen Opperman’s haunting Un seul.This collection of songs with voice and clarinet has at its heart Lori Laitman’s profoundly moving cycle I Never Saw Another Butterfly, which sets the words of hope and desolation written by children imprisoned in the Terezín concentration camp. Inspired by this poignant music, Kristine Hurst-Wajszczuk and Denise Gainey commissioned a follow-up, The Secret Exit, on poems by Nobel Laureate Nelly Sachs that reflect on life and death. Newly arranged for voice and clarinet, Living In The Body is a cycle about love, memory and resilience. The program is completed with Diana Rosenblum’s delightful setting of Winter Rain and Kalmen Opperman’s haunting Un seul.This collection of songs with voice and clarinet has at its heart Lori Laitman’s profoundly moving cycle I Never Saw Another Butterfly, which sets the words of hope and desolation written by children imprisoned in the Terezín concentration camp. Inspired by this poignant music, Kristine Hurst-Wajszczuk and Denise Gainey commissioned a follow-up, The Secret Exit, on poems by Nobel Laureate Nelly Sachs that reflect on life and death. Newly arranged for voice and clarinet, Living In The Body is a cycle about love, memory and resilience. The program is completed with Diana Rosenblum’s delightful setting of Winter Rain and Kalmen Opperman’s haunting Un seul."

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Lori Laitman: The Secret Exit; I Never Saw Another Butterfly; Living in the Body / Opperman & Rosenblum <span>-</span> Hurst-Wajszczuk, Kristine (soprano) / Gainey, Denise (clarinet) Lori Laitman: The Secret Exit; I Never Saw Another Butterfly; Living in the Body / Opperman & Rosenblum Hurst-Wajszczuk, Kristine (soprano) / Gainey, Denise (clarinet)

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