- for unaccompanied vocal ensamble
- 06' 33"
- for two sopranos, two altos, tenor and base
|Score (121k)||Page 1 - 3||© Mark Smythe|
|Recording (592k)||2'17" - 2'54"||© Mark Smythe|
When American poet Walt Whitman first published his collection Leaves of Grass in 1855, it was notable for its sensual imagery in an era when such carnal expression was considered immoral. On the eve of his 191st birthday, Whitman’s evocative prose was sung in the language of passion.
- Text Note:
- Setting of 'Out Of The Cradle Endlessly Rocking' (Verse 1) by Walt Whitman (1855), from 'Leaves Of Grass'. Spanish translation by Gisella Villavicencio
- Written for the Baroque Voices concert series 'Alleluia: a newe work!', 2010
|23 May 2010||
Performed by Baroque Voices at St Alban’s Anglican Church, Eastbourne, in Lower Hutt
|30 May 2010||
Performed by Baroque Voices at St Mary of the Angels in Wellington
|11 Jun 2011||
Performed by Baroque Voices at Sacred Heart Cathedral in Wellington