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By Kate Lindsey; David Moody; Kiera Duffy; David Kaplan; Margar Lancaster; Christopher Burchett; Russel Miller; Emily Ondracek; Ashley Bathgate; Rupert Boyd. By Mohammed Fairouz. Classical. 1 listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.8559783).
Item Number: NX.8559783
Mohammed Fairouz has rapidly become one of the most highly regarded composers of his generation, receiving wide acclaim for works such as Native Informant and his Symphony No. 4 "In the Shadow of No Towers". Setting texts from ancient times to World War II, the songs on this new album represent a decade of writing for the human voice. Refugee Blues addresses powerful social issues while sensual celebrations of being human and alive are explored in After the Revels. The theme of loss is also compellingly expressed in the intense, distilled narrative of No Orpheus, a portrait of departed family members, and Edgar Allan Poe's last completed poem, the hauntingly mournful Annabel Lee.
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- No Orpheus
- 01. Refugee Blues
- Jeder Mensch
- 02. I. The Eternal Source
- 03. II. Today I Realized Something Very Strange
- 04. III. The Celebration of the Spirit
- 05. I. He Tells His Mother What He's Working On
- 06. II. No Orpheus
- 07. III. Her Waltz
- 08. German Romantic Song
- Three Fragments From Ibn Khafajah
- 09. Three Fragments I
- 10. Three Fragments II
- 11. Three Fragments III
- 12. The Stole Child
- 13. After the Revels
- 14. We Are Seven
- 15. Annabel Lee