Check out Go Lovely Rose (Three Flower Songs) by Eric Whitacre and Eric Whitacre Singers on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s . Go, Lovely Rose. Eric Whitacre. Edmund Waller. Sweetly blossoming J-C. 80 mp. Soprano. – NIL. – kwa love – ly rose mp >>. Tell her that. Alto. Tell her,_ tell her. Stream Go, Lovely Rose – Eric Whitacre SAMPLE, a playlist by ChoralTracks from desktop or your mobile device.
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Introspection Late Night Partying. The choir performed it during Whitacre ‘s early years as a student, and then at a regional ACDA convention; a publisher snapped the piece up after that performance and a career in composition for eroc choral art was born. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes.
Weiller had an ongoing tradition of sric in each year’s music a different setting of Edmund Waller ‘s luscious poem, “Go, lovely rose.
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Sexy Trippy All Moods. Streams Videos All Posts. Waller ‘s poetry takes its conceit from speaking to a rose, instructing it how to act as metaphor to the woman who will receive it, metaphor for beauty emerging into the world, and for the death rise all beautiful things created.
He reflects some local aspects of the text in the more urgent rhythms of “tell her,” the awed voyeuristic repeat of “graces spied,” and the literal solos ho out of the choral desert as the poet roes the rose alone in a barren setting.
The rose in the poem called forth beauty, not only from the beloved recipient of the rose, but also from the depths of Whitacre ‘s fertile and imaginative musical mind.
Go, lovely Rose, for chorus
The genesis of Eric Whitacre ‘s Go, lovely Rose coincides with the beginning of his own musical career. Yet the course of his life was changed by singing under the baton of David Weiller, a person Whitacre describes as “that one special teacher that ends up changing the entire course of your life.
Jazz Latin New Age. The request that the woman “suffer herself to be desired” expands upwards in sympathetic dissonance, the rose’s death casts back down the musical ranges, and Whitacre reserves powerful harmonic motions for “all things rare” and the whitacee gaze upon the “wondrous and fair” rose.
Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Whitacre follows the metaphor and stretches his nascent compositional talents to create a magnificent musical reflection of the poetry.