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Unusual for her time, Strozzi had many works published in her lifetime. These six arias were probably composed for her own vocal performances, as she was an accomplished singer. All six are strophic in structure and display her sense of lyrical expression, careful text setting and intimate knowledge of the capabilities of the voice.
This compelling cycle composed by English composer Elaine Hugh-Jones sets four moving poems by Wilfred Owen. Hugh-Jones' many years writing for and accompanying singers have given her the expertise to treat the vocal line with great artfulness. In these songs the piano and the singer form a true duet to bring to life the moving text by Owen.
Inspired by actress Julie Harris’ performance in her one-woman Emily Dickinson production in Philadelphia in the late 1970’s, Glickman set these three Dickinson poems. They were premiered in Philadelphia in 1979 by Ruth Singer, soprano, with the composer at the piano.