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William Bolcom: Canciones de Lorca; Prometheus (2015)

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Bolcom explores the poetry of Federico García Lorca in a song cycle originally written for Plácido Domingo, and interprets the legend of Prometheus as a metaphor for our turbulent times, starkly examining how we are chained to a rock of technological dependency but dedicating his work to hope and a peace derived from greater universal understanding.

  1. Canciones de Lorca
       I. Introduction: Balanza
       II. Instrumental Interlude I
       III. La casada infiel
       IV. Alba
       V. Danza da lua en Santiago
       VI. Arboles
       VII. Soneto de la dulce queja
       VIII. Instrumental Interlude II: A Poet in New York
       IX. El poeta llega a la Habana
  2. Prometheus

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