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The deepest desire

Author: Joyce DiDonatoFrances ShellyDavid ZobelRainer Maria RilkeEmily DickinsonAll authors
Publisher: [France] : Eloquentia, ℗2005.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Musical settings
Mises en musique
Named Person: Rainer Maria Rilke; Emily Dickinson; Helen Prejean; Rainer Maria Rilke; Emily Dickinson; Helen Prejean; Emily Dickinson; Helen Prejean; Rainer Maria Rilke
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Joyce DiDonato; Frances Shelly; David Zobel; Rainer Maria Rilke; Emily Dickinson; Helen Prejean; Leonard Bernstein; Aaron Copland; Jake Heggie
OCLC Number: 64638328
Language Note: Sung in English (1st-4rd works) and on syllables (5th work).
Notes: Songs; the 2nd work originally for voices and orchestra, arr. for voice and piano; the 4th work for voice, flute, and piano.
Texts by Rilke (1st work), various poets (2nd work), Dickinson (3rd work), and Helen Prejean (4th work).
Compact disc.
Program notes by Joyce DiDonato and Benjamin Sosland and texts in English and French ([35] p. : ill.) bound in container.
Performer(s): Joyce DiDonato, mezzo-soprano ; Frances Shelly, flute (4th work) ; David Zobel, piano.
Event notes: Recorded in La Chapelle Jésus-Enfant, Paris, Jan. 2005.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Two love songs. Extinguish my eyes--
; When my soul touches yours (4:00). [Songfest : excerpts]. Music I heard with you ; What lips my lips have kissed ; A Julia de Burgos (11:00) / Leonard Bernstein --
Twelve poems of Emily Dickinson. Nature, the gentlest mother ; There came a wind like a bugle ; Why do they shut me out of Heaven? ; The world feels dusty ; Heart, we will forget him ; Dear March, come in! ; Sleep is supposed to be ; When they come back ; I felt a funeral in my brain ; I've heard an organ talk sometimes ; Going to Heaven! ; The chariot / Aaron Copland (30:00) --
The deepest desire : four dramatic songs of praise. Prelude: The call/ More is required ; Love ; I catch on fire ; The deepest desire ; Primary colors / Jake Heggie (18:00) --
[bonus track]: Piccola serenata / Bernstein (1:25).
Responsibility: Bernstein, Copland, Heggie.

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