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|Reflections II for voice and clarinet
|Reflections II (1982) is a setting of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s immortal poem “How do I love thee.” The composer tried to convey the dramatic and passionate ideas of the poem through word painting. Both parts, voice and clarinet, employ very expressive lines. This piece was written for soprano Rosaline Rees and violist Jerzy Kosmala, who presented the work in Stuttgard, Germany at the International Viola Congress in June 1982. Reflections is a series of works written for chamber groups and voice. The music evokes images based on either the composer’s past experiences or the poetry.
|Poem: How Do I Love Thee? Elizabeth Browning
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|Reflections II clar_voice.pdf
|Reflections II clar_voice - 001 Voice.pdf
|Reflections II clar_voice - 002 Bb Clarinet.pdf
|Reflections II clar_voice cover.pdf
|Reflections II Score and Parts.pdf
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