Evan L. Snyder
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Inspired by the early chapters of Dumas’ The Count of Monte Cristo, this monologue depicts the young Dantes alone in his cell in the Chateau D’If, contending with his undeserved confinement. The work was commissioned by John Riesen for his album, What you call a dream. For tenor and piano. (approx. 7 minutes)
*full track now available on new album What You'd Call a Dream by John Riesen. To purchase, click here.
The premiere of this setting of William Ernest Henley’s often-quoted poem was the winning performance of the 2017 Sparks and Wiry Cries song SLAM - performed there by Gillian Lynn Cotter and Neill Campbell. For mezzo-soprano and piano. (approx. 5 mins)
WEDDInG LieD For dan ewart
This setting for of the Rückert’s famous Widmung text, commissioned by baritone Dan Ewart, as a wedding gift for his wife Sarah. For medium voice and piano. (approx. 4 mins)
To Mrs. Reynolds's Cat
A satirical art song for high voice and piano, setting a gem of John Keats poetic output - a sonnet about about an elderly housecat. The work was premiered July 2016 by soprano Lindsay Snyder and pianist Neill Campbell. (approx. 3 mins)