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Dillon: Philomela

Dillon: Philomela

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release date: August 2014


Artists:

Susan Narucki

Performer

University of Texas Wind Ensemble

Performer

Anu Komsi

Performer

Lionel Peintre

Performer

Jurjen Hempel

Performer

Record Label
Aeon

Genre:

Contemporary




Total Time - 92:45
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Dillon: Philomela

     
 

JAMES DILLON

     


Select Complete Single Disc for
1 

Philomela: Ouverture

9:45
     
2 

Philomela: Act 1, Scene 1: A Strange Suspended Atmosphere

5:12
     
3 

Philomela: Act 1, Scene 2: The Loom…

2:37
     
4 

Philomela: Act 2, Scene 1: Ones Upon a Time

5:51
     
5 

Philomela: Act 2, Scene 2: Pas de deux

18:26
     
6 

Philomela: Shoreline

3:50
     
7 

Philomela: Act 3, Scene 1: Forestlight…

4:17
     
8 

Philomela: Act 3, Scene 2: Pas de deux

2:50
     
9 

Philomela: Act 3, Scene 3: The Violation

9:08
     
     
     


Select Complete Single Disc for
1 

Philomela: Act 4: The Voice of the Loom…

10:38
     
2 

Philomela: Act 5, Scene 1: The Sacrifice of ltys of Metamorphosis

5:09
     
3 

Philomela: Act 5, Scene 2

15:02
     
 Anu Komsi Performer
 Susan Narucki Performer
 Lionel Peintre Performer
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble Performer
 Jurjen Hempel Performer


James Dillon (b. 1950) is a Scottish-born, self-taught composer whose music has received considerable attention from contemporary music ensembles over the last two decades. Philomela, inspired by Ovid and Sophocles, was premièred in Oporto in September 2004. Set to Dillon’s own libretto, Philomela is based on the myth of the Princess of Athens’ tragedy: her rape and torture by Tereus and subsequent weaving of the story. Whether opera or musical theatre, his score gives us an original and intense reading somewhere between Baroque and Noh theatre. A major contemporary lyrical success.

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