Rorem's Evidence Of Things Not Seen

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Resonance Works / Pittsburgh says
Evidence of Things Not Seen is a cycle of 36 songs for solo voices and piano, using texts of 24 different poets including Auden, Colette, Whitman, Baudelaire, Yeats, and Wilde. Commissioned in 1997 by the Library of Congress and the New York Festival of Song, this work serves as a summation of Ned Rorem's work as a composer of art song. The songs, ranging from solos to quartets, are arranged in three groups, entitled: “Beginnings,” “Middles,” and “Endings.”

Robert Frankenberry, music direction & piano
Amelia D'Arcy, soprano
Anastasia Robinson , soprano
Kara Cornell, mezzo-soprano
Hilerie Klein Rensi, mezzo-soprano
James Flora, tenor
Rob Chafin, tenor
Daniel Teadt, baritone
Christopher Scott, baritone
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By: Resonance Works / Pittsburgh

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