T is for Karmella Tsepkolenko and David Van Tieghem

I’m doing the A-Z April Challenge again. This year, I’m going to look only for composers born the same year as I was: 1955.

Today is T, and my choice is Karmella Tsepkolenko: Concert-drama №2 & Cantata: Three Autumnal Elegies and David Van Tieghem: Number One-Hunted Animals & Ear to the Ground

Thanks to the amazing poetess,Marie Marshall, for suggesting them.

Wikipedia entry Karmella Tsepkolenko
Wikipedia entry for David Van Tieghem



Cantata: Three Autumnal Elegies (2015)



Number one Hunted Animals




Ears to the Ground

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4 Responses to T is for Karmella Tsepkolenko and David Van Tieghem

  1. darlamsands says:

    How neat you found two to share! Thank you.
    Awakening Dreams and Conquering Nightmares with a Pen
    It looks like I will have intermittent Internet access soon, so forgive me if I don’t stop by as often. I’ll try to maximize whatever time is allowed. Happy blogging!

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  2. richibi says:

    in her Concert-Drama no 2, Karmella Tsepkolenko proposes to make the music itself the drama, not just the accompaniment to a program, and succeeds unequivocally, brilliantly – thanks for this gem, which deserves to be part of the repertoire now, the canon – Richard

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  3. Nilanjana Bose says:

    That’s a pretty specific theme, you’re doing the challenge on a different plane of difficulty. Not an expert on Western music, just stopping by from the A-Z to wish you all the best.

    Nilanjana.
    Ninja Minion, A-Z 2016
    Madly-in-Verse

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