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May is National Chamber Music Month!
Chamber Music America has designated May as "National Chamber Music Month" — a celebration of the many styles of small ensemble music performed and presented in the U.S. today. Hildegard Publishing is proud to join in the celebration with a special resource page just for chamber music. Our guide helps performers quickly find chamber music to fit their ensemble.
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"Peace" was commissioned by Jennifer Morgan Flory and the Georgia College Women's Ensemble for their April 12, 2014 concert at First Baptist Church, Milledgeville, Georgia. The theme of the concert was "Echoes of Peace, Visions of Hope."
These two songs composed by Welsh-born composer Elaine Hugh-Jones paint vivid portraits through the poetry and the intelligent setting of it. Hugh-Jones' many years writing for and accompanying singers have given her the expertise to treat the vocal line with great artfulness.
A setting of four poems from the collection of poems by Alaskan women. The work moves from the resilience in the face of adversity expressed in "Roads," to the intimate dialogue of “There Were Suddenly Two Stones,” to a vivid depiction of bleak wintry day and concludes with the optimistic poem “Out of Wind, Out of Sun” affirming the work that women do in making art out of the nature that surrounds them.