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Elegies ; Sonnets to Orpheus / Richard Danielpour.

Author/creator Danielpour, Richard composer.
Format Audio (CD) and Musical Sound Recording
Publication InfoNew York, NY : Sony Classical, ℗2001.
Description1 audio disc (65 min., 27 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Other author/creatorVaeth, Kim, 1952- author.
Other author/creatorRilke, Rainer Maria, 1875-1926 author.
Other author/creatorVon Stade, Frederica, singer.
Other author/creatorHampson, Thomas, singer.
Other author/creatorNierenberg, Roger, conductor.
Other author/creatorHuang, Ying (Soprano) singer.
Included WorkDanielpour, Richard. Sonnets to Orpheus, book 1.
Other author/creatorLondon Philharmonic Orchestra instrumentalist.
Other author/creatorPerspectives Ensemble, instrumentalist.
Uniform titleElegies, mezzo-soprano, baritone, orchestra
Contents 1-5 Elegies (1997) for Mezzo-Soprano, Baritone and Orchestra : Vigil (5:07) ; Lacrimosa (7:04) ; Benediction (5:51) ; Litany (7:35) ; In paradisum (6:34) -- 6-11 Sonnets to Orpheus, Ying Huang, Soprano, Perspectives Ensemble : Prologue (6:20) ; "Dance the orange" (5:22) ; Elegy (4:07) ; tarantella (3:00) ; Anthem (6:32) ; Epilogue (7:50).
General noteThe 1st work for vocal duet with orchestra acc.; the 2nd work for voice with instrumental ensemble (flute, horn, percussion, piano (celesta), violin, viola, violoncello, and double bass).
General noteText of the 1st work by Kim Vaeth, after letters by Charles Von Stade; text of the 2nd work by Rainer Maria Rilke.
General noteCompact disc.
General noteProgram notes and vocal texts translated by Stephen Mitchell with introductory note by Frederica von Stade (17 pages : portraits) in container.
CreditsText of the 1st work by Kim Vaeth, after letters by Charles Von Stade; text of the 2nd work by Rainer Maria Rilke.
Performer In the 1st work: Frederica von Stade, mezzo-soprano ; Thomas Hampson, baritone ; London Philharmonic Orchestra ; Roger Nierenberg, conductor. In the 2nd work: Ying Huang, soprano ; Perspectives Ensemble ; Nierenberg, conductor.
Date/time/place of a event noteRecorded at Henry Wood Hall, Trinity Church Square, London, September 5 and 6, 1998 (1st work), and at the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City, April 17-21, 2000 (2nd work).
LanguageSung in English.
Genre/formMusical settings.
Genre/formSong cycles.
Genre/formSong cycles.
Other titleSonnets to Orpheus.
UPC 074646085028
Publisher numberSK 60850 Sony Classical
Publisher numberD141079 BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.

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