Lauridsen: ‘Soneto de la Noche’ A setting of Pablo Neruda’s 89th Sonnet performed by the University of Southern California Chamber Singers, conducted by. composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Soneto de la Noche, for chorus on AllMusic. Morten Lauridsen . Soneto de la Noche from Nocturnes (excerpt) Composed by Morten Lauridsen Poem by Pablo Neruda Performed by The Singers on Mid-Winter Songs. I am so .
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If, with my burning hands, I could melt the body surrounding your lover’s heart, ah! High summer holds the earth. Cuando yo muero quiero tus manos en mis ojos: On the line “I want all that I love to keep on living,” Lauridsen asks for a faster tempo and a somewhat brighter harmony, concluding the first three lines with a soli flowering in the soprano voices as he imagines his love continuing to flourish.
I want all that I love to keep on living, and you whom I loved and sang above all things To keep flowering into full bloom.
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A Company of Voices – Conspirare in Concert. How the night would become translucent, taking it for a late star, which, from the first moments of the world, was forever lost, and which begins its course with its blonde light, trying to reach out toward its first night, its night, its summer night.
He divides his time between southern California and the Pacific Northwest, where he maintains a cabin on one of the remote San Juan Islands off the Washington coast. The outer movements embody the more obvious enticements of a nocturnal touching of body on lover’s body: As a surprising counterpart to these deeply erotic settings, Lauridsen chose to craft his middle movement of the Nocturnes around the 89th sonnet from Pablo Neruda ‘s “Cien Sonetos de Amor,” a piece of poetry in which the touching of the lovers is envisioned after a death.
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I want you to live while I wait for you, asleep, I want your ears to stiil hear the wind, I want you to smell the scent of the sea we both loved, and to continue walking on the sand we walked on.
Soneto de la Noche, for chorus
Neruda ‘s sonnet speaks in the voice of a lover who envisions intimacy even at the moment of death: Jazz Pauridsen New Age. The late year lies down the xe All is healed, all is health. Brock Memorial Commission for the national convention of the American Choral Directors Association was awarded to Lauridsenand he nohe with a cycle of three choral pieces 3 Nocturnes dealing with the deep and sensual evocation of lovers in the evening, each highlighting different aspects of how they love each other in nocturnal touching.
I want the light and the wheat of your beloved hands to pass their freshness over me one more time I want to feel the gentleness that changed my destiny. Helens when he decided to follow his interest in music.
Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. A sudden harmonic shift brings sonic brightness to his vision of her continuing presence, loving the world, and proving the reason for his song.
Lauridsen treats the first two quatrains of his text in similar fashion, harmonically rich but tonally grounded with only brief flights of internal melodic escape from the predominant homophony. Share on facebook twitter tumblr. Streams Videos All Posts. Lauridsen closes the song with a return to the opening text and opening harmonies, in a somewhat more distant musical guise; single voice parts now intone some of the words of the lover’s hope, which before layridsen been sung in confident choral homophony.
The nocturnal intimacy here at the center of Lauridsen ‘s cycle may be as passionate as that of the framing movements, and perhaps even more profound, signaled by the choice for Sondto de la Noche to compose without the piano accompaniment.
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