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After Yeats

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After Yeats. Brooks, William (Author). 2015. Lebanon, NH (USA) : Frog Peak MusicEvent: Everlasting Voices: Late Music Concert, July 4, 2015, Unitarian Chapel, St Saviourgate, York , York , United Kingdom.

Research output: Non-textual formComposition

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Brooks, W, After Yeats, 2015, Composition, Frog Peak Music, Lebanon, NH (USA).

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Brooks, W. (Author). (Accepted/In press). After Yeats. Composition, Frog Peak Music.

Vancouver

Brooks W (Author). After Yeats Lebanon, NH (USA): Frog Peak Music. 2015.

Author

Brooks, William (Author). / After Yeats. [Composition].

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title = "After Yeats",
abstract = "_After Yeats_ is not a score for performance but rather a method for determining a score; it extends W. B. Yeats{\textquoteright}s practice of poetic declamation to languages other than English. _After Yeats_ describes a collaboration between a performer, who declaims a Yeats poem in translation, self-accompanied by a plucked string instrument, and a composer, who works at a remove to observe and amplify the implications of the declamation.",
keywords = "Music , Composition, William Butler Yeats, Translation, Text-setting, Chanting",
author = "William Brooks",
year = "2015",
language = "English",
publisher = "Frog Peak Music",
note = "Everlasting Voices: Late Music Concert, July 4, 2015 ; Conference date: 04-07-2015",

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T1 - After Yeats

AU - Brooks, William

PY - 2015

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AB - _After Yeats_ is not a score for performance but rather a method for determining a score; it extends W. B. Yeats’s practice of poetic declamation to languages other than English. _After Yeats_ describes a collaboration between a performer, who declaims a Yeats poem in translation, self-accompanied by a plucked string instrument, and a composer, who works at a remove to observe and amplify the implications of the declamation.

KW - Music

KW - Composition

KW - William Butler Yeats

KW - Translation

KW - Text-setting

KW - Chanting

M3 - Composition

PB - Frog Peak Music

CY - Lebanon, NH (USA)

T2 - Everlasting Voices: Late Music Concert, July 4, 2015

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