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In the end : five songs for soprano and piano I We brought nothing ; II Ned Purdon ; III Death be not proud ; IV Warm summer sun ; V The Eternal God is thy refuge
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MV 1101 E59int 2004
Solo Voice with Keyboard
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Unpublished, printed by CMC / Inédit, imprimé par le CMC
I We brought nothing -- II Ned Purdon : (epitaph no. 1) -- III Death be not proud -- IV Warm summer sun : (epitaph no. 2) -- V The Eternal God is thy refuge
For soprano and piano. Text in English by Saint Paul the Apostle, Oliver Goldsmith, John Donne, Mark Twain and anonymous. Photocopy; master of score in CMC Toronto.
Level of Difficulty
May 30th, 2004, Conrad Grebel College, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario; Stephanie Kramer, soprano; Catherine Robertson, piano
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In the End was written for Stephanie Kramer during the fall of 2003. The song cycle is in five movements, organized in palindrome-like way. The first and fifth movements are based on biblical texts, presented by the soloist in a near-static recitation. The second and penultimate songs are settings of epitaphs--the second a light hearted send-off, while the fourth is a tender lament. The central song of the cycle is a setting of John Donne's wonderful sonnet, 'Death be not Proud', and forms the musical and ideological heart of the work.
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Extent of Item
1 score (ii, 17 p.) ; 28 cm.
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SydneyEnterprise v220.127.116.11 - Canadian Music Centre | SydneyEnterprise (Final)