Three Poems for Soprano Voice & Piano
Poems by Emily Dickinson, Music by Nick Raspa
This is an art song cycle setting of the poems of Emily Dickinson.
"Syllable" was selected for performance at the 1988 New Music Festival held at the University of Wisconsin. The entire song cycle was also selected for performance at the Region 1 meeting of the Society of Composers in 1991. This song cycle has been in included in the holdings of the
"Archives and Manuscript Division" of the New Your City Public Library.
Pianist & Composer
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Voice with Piano accompaniment
I'm Nobody(Who Are You?)
mezzo-soprano voice & piano
This is a non-tonal setting of Emily Dickinson's highly popular poem which begins with the words "I'm Nobody". The piece begins with arpeggiated chords in the piano preceding the vocalist's entrance in the third measure with a crescendo on the words I'm Nobody. She continues through the poem with sections that are sung, spoken and whispered against a supporting piano accompaniment