Angelika Kirchschlager & Jake Heggie & n/a : Moon's a Gong Hung in the Wild

Angelika Kirchschlager & Jake Heggie & n/a : Moon's a Gong Hung in the Wild

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American composer Jake Heggie has penned some of the most beautiful vocal music of our day, and his operas and songs have been championed by some of today s foremost artists including Joyce di Donato, Susan Graham, and Frederica von Stade on the acclaimed AVIE release Passing By. On The moon s a gong, hung in the wild, Grammy®-nominated Austrian mezzo-soprano Angelika Kirchschlager is joined by the great Dutch lieder pianist Maurice Lammerts van Bueren, a devotee of Heggie s music who has given numerous premieres of the composer s work. This sublime collection from the song cycles Statuesque, Songs to the Moon, The Breaking Waves, and Folk Songs is by turns rhapsodic, humorous, and nostalgic.

1. [4:01] Statuesque: I. Henry Moore - Reclining Figure in Elmwood
2. [2:00] Statuesque: II. Pablo Picasso - Head of a Woman, 1942
3. [5:01] Statuesque: III. Winged Victory - We're Through
4. [2:13] Songs to the Moon: I. Prologue - Once More - To Gloriana, Part I - Fairy Tales for the Children
5. [1:37] Songs to the Moon: II. Euclid
6. [3:33] Songs to the Moon: III. The Haughty Snail-King (What Uncle William Told the Children)
7. [2:05] Songs to the Moon: IV. What the Rattlesnake Said
8. [1:27] Songs to the Moon: V. The Moon's the North Wind's Cooky (What the Little Girl Said)
9. [2:09] Songs to the Moon: VI. What the Scarecrow Said
10. [1:34] Songs to the Moon: VII. What the Gray-Winged Fairy Said
11. [2:33] Songs To The Moon: VIII. Yet Gentle Will The Griffin Be (What Grandpa Told The Children)
12. [4:14] Winter Roses: Looking West - Sweet Light
13. [2:35] The Breaking Waves: I. Advent
14. [2:53] The Breaking Waves: II. Darkness
15. [3:09] The Breaking Waves: III. Music
16. [2:54] Barb'ry Allen
17. [2:33] He's Gone Away
18. [3:18] Danny Boy
19. [2:38] White in the Moon

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