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Nico Muhly: So Many Things: Vocal And Piano

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COMPOSER: Nico Muhly
PUBLISHER: St Rose Publishing
INSTRUMENTATION: Mezzo-Soprano and Piano
PRODUCT FORMAT: Vocal Score
The sheet music for contemporary virtuoso composer Nico Muhly 's So Many Things , arranged for Mezzo-Soprano and Piano Accompaniment. So Many Things  was commissioned by a number of institutions, including The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, UC Berkeley and Carnegie Hall. Lasting around 15
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Composer Nico Muhly
Publisher St Rose Publishing
Instrumentation Mezzo-Soprano and Piano
Number of pages 22
Product Format Vocal Score
Description Product Type Vocal Score
Genre Classical
Style Period Post 1901
Year of Publication 2015
EAN 5020679151280
No. MUSSRO100093
Voicing Mezzo-Soprano Voice
Description
The sheet music for contemporary virtuoso composer Nico Muhly's So Many Things, arranged for Mezzo-Soprano and Piano Accompaniment.

So Many Things was commissioned by a number of institutions, including The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, UC Berkeley and Carnegie Hall. Lasting around 15 minutes, Muhly has set three poems to this wonderful music, including a lengthy narrative poem by Joyce Carol Oates and two translations of C.F. Cavafy by Daniel Mendelsohn. Muhly has brilliantly managed to take the emotion of the words and replicate them through music, creating an astonishingly movingaccompaniment that not only reflects the lyrical sentiment but complements it.

He states that the Piano moves between skittish and ostinato, relentless but often pausing for an effective break in the musical narrative. With drones and palindromes from the Piano, the Voice leaps between intervals, creating a dynamism that creates uncertainty rather than resolve, much like the poetry.
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