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AL 037

My Rose, A Shakespeare Oratorio

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2009

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz


Artists:

Nationaal Symfonisch Kamerorkest


Anne Sollie


Cindy Oudshoorn

Alto

Martijn Sanders

Bas

Barbara van Lint

Soprano

Rein Kolpa

Tenor

OPUS



Engineer:

Jos Boerland



Record Label
Aliud

Genre:

Romantic




Total Time - 108:35
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  COMPACT DISC ONE  
   


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STEVE DOBROGOSZ

     
1 

And Sorrows End

6:58
     
2 

Overture

6:32
     
3 

Like to the Lark

5:40
     
4 

His Beauty

5:46
 Barbara van Lint Soprano
     
5 

Live Twice

5:09
     
6 

My Speaking Breast

5:02
     
7 

Being Your Slave

6:42
 Cindy Oudshoorn Alto
 Martijn Sanders Bas
     
8 

Richer Than Wealth

6:20
     
9 

A Summers Day

5:45
 Rein Kolpa Tenor
     
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1 

Sweet Love

7:31
     
2 

Elder

8:10
 Cindy Oudshoorn Alto
     
3 

Marigold

4:41
     
4 

If Thou Wilt Leave Me

5:31
 Martijn Sanders Bas
     
5 

Interlude

6:17
     
6 

Lips To Kiss

6:13
     
7 

My Home

6:34
 Barbara van Lint Soprano
 Rein Kolpa Tenor
     
8 

Your Memory

9:44
 Anne Sollie
Dobrogosz: My Rose: A Shakespeare OratorioSteve Dobrogosz (piano), Barbara van Lint (soprano), Cindy Oudshoorn (alto), Rein Kolpa (tenor), Martijn Sanders (bass), The Opus Project Choir Foundation, NASKA (National Symphonic Chamber Orchestra), Anne Sollie

So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this and this gives life to thee.

The Opus Project Choir Foundation first discovered the music of Steve Dobrogosz, an American composer living in Sweden, in 2007. That year the choir performed his two best known works, the Mass and the Requiem, which audiences received enthusiastically. While Dobrogosz was attending this project (called ‘Opus 1’) in Leeuwarden, the choir suggested that he write a much larger work, an oratorio. When he returned to Sweden, he became inspired by the beautiful, timeless texts of William Shakespeare. Thus My Rose came into existence, a two-hour-long work that was composed in the space of only four days. The oratorio adopts various musical styles, classical, jazz and musical theatre, to which the composer adds a touch of romance and a pinch of humour.

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J Boerland