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Johannes Maria Staud

Staud: Gesang der Weiden (Song of the Willows) from Die Weiden

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Breitkopf & Härtel  |  SKU: ChB5389-02  |  Barcode: 9790004413906
  • Composer: Johannes Maria Staud
  • Format: Choral Score
  • Instrumentation (this edition): SATB Choir
  • Originally for: Opera
  • Work: Gesang der Weiden (Song of the Willows) from Die Weiden
  • Work Language: German
  • ISMN: 9790004413906
  • Size: 9.1 x 12.0 inches
  • Pages: 12

Description

Slightly revised excerpt from the sixth scene.

The Gesang der Weiden (Song of the Willows) is a slightly revised and reworked excerpt from the 6th scene of the opera Die Weiden. The work is for chorus a cappella (minimum 16 voices).

The opera Die Weiden is a journey 'into the heart of darkness' along a great river in Central Europe today, which, if you will, can undoubtedly be identified as the Danube. The story oscillates between a travel journey of two lovers who fall in and out of love and, a surreal distorted observation of today's current threatening developments.

Keywords: the Angry Citizen, the Vigilante, the increasing isolation from the outside and the brutalization of the social center - all this despite our heavily burdened history. This is achieved through pandemonium-like hallucinations of one of the protagonists as well as through the transformation motif man-to-fish.

(Johannes Maria Staud)

Breitkopf & Härtel

Staud: Gesang der Weiden (Song of the Willows) from Die Weiden

$15.95

Description

Slightly revised excerpt from the sixth scene.

The Gesang der Weiden (Song of the Willows) is a slightly revised and reworked excerpt from the 6th scene of the opera Die Weiden. The work is for chorus a cappella (minimum 16 voices).

The opera Die Weiden is a journey 'into the heart of darkness' along a great river in Central Europe today, which, if you will, can undoubtedly be identified as the Danube. The story oscillates between a travel journey of two lovers who fall in and out of love and, a surreal distorted observation of today's current threatening developments.

Keywords: the Angry Citizen, the Vigilante, the increasing isolation from the outside and the brutalization of the social center - all this despite our heavily burdened history. This is achieved through pandemonium-like hallucinations of one of the protagonists as well as through the transformation motif man-to-fish.

(Johannes Maria Staud)

Format

  • Choral Score
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