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Im Original

Nico Muhly. The Two Brothers. Sheet Music. 2-Part Choir. Piano. 2PTCHOIR. PF. Nico Muhly.

Übersetzung

Nico Muhly. Die Zwei Brüder. Noten. 2 Stimmiger Chor. Plan. 2PTCHOIR. PF. Nico Muhly.

Im Original

The Two Brothers is an arrangement by Nico Muhly of a story taken from the folk tale and nursery rhyme tradition. A simple yet stirring setting, The Two Brothers is arranged for two-part children's Chorus and Piano accompaniment. The Two Brothers tells the story of two young boys whose dangerous play-fighting curiosity ends up in tragedy. The juxtapostion of the bright and beautiful voices at the beginning of the piece with the tragic ending and lyrics leaves a stark and lasting impression. When the lyrics turn violent a series of brilliant discords emanates from the Piano, adding to the contrast between the voices, the lyrics and the music. An expertly-composed work, Nico Muhly 's The Two Brothers is a harrowing tale that never compromises on beauty. Commissioned for the Friday Afternoons project, this is one composition that is likely to remain with you and your audiences for a long time.

Übersetzung

The Two Brothers is an arrangement by Nico Muhly of a story taken from the folk tale and nursery rhyme tradition. A simple yet stirring setting, The Two Brothers is arranged for two-part children's Chorus and Piano accompaniment. The Two Brothers tells the story of two young boys whose dangerous play-fighting curiosity ends up in tragedy. The juxtapostion of the bright and beautiful voices at the beginning of the piece with the tragic ending and lyrics leaves a stark and lasting impression. When the lyrics turn violent a series of brilliant discords emanates from the Piano, adding to the contrast between the voices, the lyrics and the music. An expertly-composed work, Nico Muhly 's The Two Brothers is a harrowing tale that never compromises on beauty. Commissioned for the Friday Afternoons project, this is one composition that is likely to remain with you and your audiences for a long time.