Another song for Baritone and Piano on a text by french poet Marguerite Yourcenar.
|Le Lunatique (might be translated by The Moon or The Moody)
|Baritone (or Mezzo-Soprano) and Piano
|10 April 2013, Paris, by L'Oiseleur des Longchamps
|28 June 2017
|This beautiful poem Le Lunatique from Marguerite Yourcenar describes the mixed feelings one can experiment when watching the Moon which is "dead but purer than the life". The music tries to catch those strange feelings and create a mixed, uncomfortable yet attractive atmosphere.
|Performing Rights Society
|Centaures for Baritone and Piano (Loiseleur/Yourcenar)
|PDF files to download
|6 (full score) + 2 (cover)