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Smyth: The Prison

Sarah Brailey, Dashon Burton, Experiential Orchestra and Chorus, James Blachly

Smyth was much influenced by neo-Platonism and appended a line from Plotinus to The Prison, suggesting that music was a means to releasing the divine in us, Soloists and chorus convey that very... More…

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Smyth: The Prison

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  • Sarah Brailey (soprano), Dashon Burton (bass-baritone)
  • Experiential Chorus, Experiential Orchestra
  • James Blachly

No. 1, Close on Freedom. The Prisoner Communes with His Soul

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No. 2, Voices Sing of Immortality

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No. 3, The Prisoner Askes the Secret of Emancipation

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No. 4, His Soul Replies

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No. 5, He Asks In What Shape Emancipation Will Come

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No. 6, The Voices Reply

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No. 7, Orchestral Interlude. The First Glimmer of Dawn

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No. 8, The Prisoner Understands His Own Immortality

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No. 9, The Deliverance. The Prisoner Awakes

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No. 10, His Soul Tells Him the End of the Struggle Is At Hand

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No. 11, He Hears His Guests Moving to Depart

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No. 12, Pastoral. Sunset Calm

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No. 13, He Disbands His Ego

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No. 14, Voices Sing the Indestructibility of Human Passions

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No. 15, Death Calls Him. Gloring, He Obeys the Summons

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No. 16, His Farewell - His Triumph - His Peace

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