This poem by William Blake is meant depict someone who has fallen into insanity. Energetic and wild, you’ll need a solid pianist to perform this piece.
Duration: 2 minutes 20 seconds
(Singers: Alex Worley and Maddy Hunter)
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Where is a short setting of a poem about death by Heinrich Heine. In it, the speaker considers where he might be buried after his own death, and how unimportant the resting place of your body seems to be, as your spirit will be with God. Duration: 2 minutes (midi demo only) Back to voice music
This energetic arrangement was the first that Matt Arnett and Zachary Griffin performed as Rising Action Piano. Full of quick, short references to other Christmas favorites, it’s a difficult number but the fun is well worth it. Duration: 3 minutes 45 seconds (Matt Arnett and Zachary Griffin) Back to piano music
This piece uses most of the text from Emily Dickenson’s powerful poem about love, I Cannot Live With You. While the speaker clearly has affection for the individual she is talking about, she ultimately concludes that their love would be impossible. The poem is used by permission of Harvard University Press. Duration: 3 minutes 30 seconds (Singer: Maddy Hunter) Back…