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It is no secret that the Soviet Union silenced the voices of many artists, but pieces of this history are still emerging—including the story of Ukraine's first female composer to achieve professional renown: Stefania Turkevych (1898-1977). Although the quantity and quality of Turkevych's compositional output should have established her as a major international figure, most of her work remains unpublished. Turkevych is absent from both Grove Music and Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (MGG Online). There is a clear need for English-language biographical materials about Turkevych and for publication of her works. This document represents the first critical edition …
- Glenn, Erica, Schildkret, David, Norton, Kay, et al.
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Canadian composer, conductor, pianist, and organist Donald Patriquin (b. 1938) is best known for his choral folksong arrangements but is also a composer of many original works. Songs of Innocence, which Patriquin calls “one of my very best choral works,” exemplifies his approach to setting text to music and provides a rich opportunity for understanding Patriquin’s method of selecting text, creating a kind of libretto out of the available text, setting the text to music, and conceiving of and composing instrumental parts equal in importance to the choral parts. Also evident in this work is his attention to such elements …
- Neish, Julie, Schildkret, David, Solis, Theodore, et al.
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