Aster : soprano with ensemble
by Sadie Harrison (1995)
From the CD Taking flight: chamber music
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Instrumentation: Soprano, flute, violin, viola, violoncello.
Duration: 21 min.
Aster I, by Sadie Harrison
Source: Recorded live at Halcyon concert ‘Of Earth and Stars’ on 16 April 2016
This unaccompanied song is the first movement of a larger six-movement cycle entitled Aster for voice, flute, violin, viola and cello. Aster draws its texts from the Greek Anthology, a collection of over four thousand poems collected by Byzantine scholars approximately one thousand years ago. The set of poems date from 7th century BC through until 6th Century AD.
- In the form/style of: Song Cycles
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