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Program Notes: “Kirilenko, “Listen Carefully.” The warm, Neo-Romantic colors of this setting of a text by Mary Roy are reminiscent of part songs at the turn of the century, with thick sometimes (seven)-part textures and chromatic harmony. A mood of expectation, created in the repeated opening line, flowers into a gently impassioned polyphony, to be followed by the more majestic passages of “Music shakes the trees/The waters shout out loud”. The expectant mood returns at the end of the piece, congruent with the text “A new day is coming on”.
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