Sonetos del amor oscuro : arranged for soprano and piano
by Rosalind Page (2004, this version: 2010)
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Year: 2004, this version: 2010
Instrumentation: Soprano, piano.
Duration: 20 min.
Contents note: El poeta hable por teléfono con el amor -- El amor duerme en el pecho del poeta -- Noche del amor insomne -- Soneto de la guirnalda de rosa -- Llagas de amor -- El poeta pide a su amor que le escriba.
Texts in Spanish by Federico García Lorca.
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|2006||Paul Lowin Song Cycle Prize||Winner||Rosalind Page|
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My favourite Australian art song repertoire
Posted by Australian Music Centre on 22 July, 2013
The AMC asked leading practitioners to select their favourite Australian art song repertoire, to provide delegates to the 2013 International Conference of Vocal Teachers (Brisbane 2013) with an introduction to this rich and diverse landscape.
Romantic and strange. This piece does a beautiful job of placing us in the rather surreal landscape of Lorca in love.
Described as a journey of love's soul from light to darkness, Sonetos del amor oscuro (Sonnets of Dark Love) is Page's setting of sonnets that remained largely unknown and unpublished for 50 years. It is a mature and deeply soulful cycle, demanding great stamina and breadth of emotional expression. Tension builds throughout the piece until the final movement where the singer must unleash everything emotionally, yet end on a sustained lamenting high note. A work of extremes, from sensual radiance to despair in both the musical landscape and the vocal line itself.