Songs in the Dark (2016)

Text by Emily Brontë (1818-1848)
There are multiple versions:

Songs in the Dark (2016)

for mezzo-soprano and piano

1. The Night Is Darkening (text from poem “Night is Darkening”) – she is caught in the middle of a metaphorical storm that ultimately sucks her into the vortex of despair.
Interlude – “Frozen” creating the cold and dreary atmosphere; leaves falling from trees and other instruments join in before voice begins
2. Fall, Leaves, Fall (text from poem “Fall, Leaves, Fall”) – she embraces darkness, welcoming death around her
3. I’ll Not Weep (text from poem “Stanzas”) – even though she may be sad that he dies, she really is just sad to be stuck here and hopes that she can die too very soon and join him.


Duration: 12 minutes
PDF Score: $40

Songs in the Dark (2016)

for mezzo-soprano, piano, synth and electric bass

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Songs in the Dark (2016)

for mezzo-soprano, string quartet, vibraphone, electric bass
text by Emily Brontë (1818-1848)

1. The Night Is Darkening (text from poem “Night is Darkening”) – she is caught in the middle of a metaphorical storm that ultimately sucks her into the vortex of despair.
Interlude – “Frozen” creating the cold and dreary atmosphere; leaves falling from trees and other instruments join in before voice begins
2. Fall, Leaves, Fall (text from poem “Fall, Leaves, Fall”) – she embraces darkness, welcoming death around her


Duration: 8 minutes
PDF Score: $25


PDF Parts: $15

 
for voice, piano, synth, electric bass (see SONGS IN THE DARK)