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A PALACE UPON THE RUINS

DVCL-HWR-1020

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Musique composée par Howard Shore

Howe Records - Digipack

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A Palace Upon The Ruins (A Song Cycle) Music by Howard Shore Words by Elizabeth Cotnoir - A Palace Upon the Ruins tells of a promise never kept. The inspiration for these songs came from a story from the past that speaks of the healing of an unresolved trauma. These impressionistic verses explore themes of loss, awareness, healing, and redemption. - Water is the framework within which the story is set. Here the idea of water serves as a symbol of spirit. As water takes many forms-fog, ice, and rain for example-the astral, too, manifests in many forms. - Six musicians play six songs. The number six is one of harmony. It is a number of service, balance, compassion and forgiveness. - The piece concludes with the restoration of balance and beauty.

1-6: A Palace Upon the Ruins – lyrics by Elizabeth Cotnoir
Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano; players of the Bridgehampton Chamber Music Festival

7: Peace – text by Eleanor Roosevelt
Essential Voices USA Youth Workshop; Benjamin Hutto, organ; Judith Clurman, conductor

8: The Garden – text by Robert Penn Warren
21st Century Chamber Choir; Ludwig Wicki, conductor

9-14: Six Pieces
I. Pianoforte, Strings – Howard Shore, conductor
II. Quartet – Kronos Quartet
III. 10 Celli – RTÉ Concert Orchestra; Ludwig Wicki, conductor
IV. Strings – RTÉ Concert Orchestra; Ludwig Wicki, conductor
V. Mezzo-soprano, 10 Celli – RTÉ Concert Orchestra; Ludwig Wicki, conductor; Clara Sanabras, mezzo-soprano
VI. Strings – RTÉ Concert Orchestra; Ludwig Wicki, conductor

15: Catania Lang Lang, piano

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