A Short, Slow Life (version for soprano and orchestra)

for soprano and orchestra

Emily Doolittle

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Composer Emily Doolittle
Year of Composition 2011
Duration ca.9'
ISMN 9790570682522
Forces

sop solo, 2fl, ob, ob/ca, 2cl, 2bn, 2hn, tpt, hp, strings

Forces sop solo, 2fl, ob, ob/ca, 2cl, 2bn, 2hn, tpt, hp, strings
Categories (all composers) ,
Catalogue ID ce-ed1assl2

Notes

A Short, Slow Life was written for soprano Suzie LeBlanc and Symphony Nova Scotia, in celebration of poet Elizabeth Bishop’s centenary. I was attracted to the delicate natural imagery of this poem – in this case textures as much as sounds. Bishop spent part of her early years in my home province, Nova Scotia, so the scenes described have a particular personal resonance for me.

Commissioned by Suzie LeBlanc and Alasdair MacLean for Suzie LeBlanc and Symphony Nova Scotia; broadcast by Radio-Canada; winner of the 2012 Theodore Front Prize.

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