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Composition recital Luengen, Ramona Maria 1986

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COMPOSITION RECITAL By RAMONA MARIA LUENGEN .Mus., The U n i v e r s i t y of B r i t i s h Columbia, 1986 A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF. MUSIC i n THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES Department of Music We accept t h i s t h e s i s as conforming to the required standard THE UNIVERSITY OF August © Ramona Maria BRITISH COLUMBIA 1986 Luengen, 1986 In presenting this thesis in partial fulfilment of the requirements for an advanced degree at the University of British Columbia, I agree that the Library shall make it freely available for reference and study. I further agree that permission for extensive copying of this thesis for scholarly purposes may be granted by the head of my department or by his or her representatives. It is understood that copying or publication of this thesis for financial gain shall not be allowed without my written permission. Department of MUSIC  The University of British Columbia 1956 Main Mall Vancouver, Canada V6T 1Y3 D a t e AUGUST 29, 1986 i i TABLE OF CONTENTS I . RECITAL PROGRAM 1 II. PHANTASIE 2 III. SOLEILS COUCHANTS 10 Oh! Sur des a i l e s 10 Le S o l e i l s'est eouche 19 IV. ZWEI LIEDER 24 Die Uberlebende 24 Das feme Grab 31 V. CALIGAVERUNT OCULI MEI 39 VI. FOUR SONGS - Auf meines Kindes Tod 48 VII. PIANO TRIO 69 Moderato 69 T r a n q u i l l o 78 Appassionatamento.. 83 VIII. APPENDIX - T r a n s l a t i o n s 98 THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Recital Hall Sunday, March 23, 1986 8:00 p.m. •GRADUATION RECITAL Ramona Luengen, composer PHANTASIE (1985) Ramona Luengen, piano SOLEILS COUCHANTS (1985) Oh! Sur les ai1es Le solei1 s'est couche U.B.C. Chamber Singers Cortland Hultberg, director ZWEI LIEDER (1986) Die Ueberlebende Das feme Grab George Roberts, baritone Ramona Luengen, piano Alan Hetherin'gton, percussion CALIGAVERUNT OCULI ME I (1986) University Singers James Fankhauser, director - INTERMISSION -FOUR SONGS - AUF MEINES KINDES TOD (1985) Karen Olinyk, mezzo soprano Sandy Thacker, english horn Lynn Price, c l a r i n e t David Boddington, bassoon Ken McDonald, french horn Scott Pomer, v i o l a Leah Wyber, c e l l o Alan Hetherington, timpani Rodney Yates, conductor PIANO TRIO (1986) Moderato Tranquillo Appassionatamento Sara Laimon, piano Shirley Lum, v i o l i n Heather Lowe, c e l l o *In p a r t i a l f u l f i l l m e n t of the requirements for the Master of Musical Arts degree with a major in composi tion. to jane z P H A N T A S 1 E i c 1985 r. luengen 1C 1 0 S O I F I I S r O I I C H A N T S iv v i c t o r h u c p m 3E w/ / st/* Ms /?/i - es iw/Js zes zz: 3 *f * 3= 3= Lfik-tez-noi fuiiL, not 3 1 Pug. mtoic <P dr. -h\k J •3z m lAis - sei - fit>i fuiit. 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There are enough dreams and doubt. This voice which I l i s t e n to from below, Perhaps one hears i s b e t t e r up t h e r e . Let us go! On wings or s a i l s ! Let us go! A vessel f u l l y laden! I wish to see the other s t a r s And the s t a r of the south in flames. Maybe i n t h i s other world One can f i n d the key to the mystery which i s hidden under order of the u n i v e r s e . And perhaps, f o r the sons of the l y r e , i t i s e a s i e r to read in t h i s other page of the heavens! (August 1828) 3CLFILS COUCHANTS VI This evening the sun has gone to bed in the c l o u d s ; Tomorrow the storm w i l l come, then evening, and n i g h t ; Then dawn, and i t s f a i n t l i g h t s of hazy vapors; Then the n i g h t s , then the days; time never takes f l i g h t ! A l l these days w i l l pass; they pass i n groups over the face of the oceans, over the face of the mountains, over s i l v e r r i v e r s , over the f o r e s t where a confused hymn f o r the dead we c h e r i s h seems to r o l l . And the visage of the waters, and the f e a t u r e s of the mountains, Wrinkled yet not aged, and the e t e r n a l l y green f o r e s t s w i l l rejuvenate themselves; the r i v e r of the c o u n t r y s i d e , never c e a s i n g , takes from the mountains the waves which i t gives to the ocean. But I, under the weight of each day, lower my head, passing through c h i l l e d under t h i s joyous sun; 1 w i l l remove myself from t h i s f e a s t , and nothinq missing from t h i s immense and r a d i a n t world. (22 A p r i l , 1829) DIE UEBERLEBENDE: Gertrud von le Fort (1876-1971) Go across - it is so close, Go beyond - you are almost there: All the doors have been burst open, All the rooms emptied. You do not need to die, to be there, You do not need to depart, you are already alone, You do not need to sever with wishes and world: Everything earthly is destroyed. Those you love were thrust into graves, The hand is empty, broken the staff. Open windows in deserted chambers -Nothing remains except the heavenly roof. Go across, go gently and quietly, Let fal1 , what must fal1, Let drift away what is drifting, Only God remains. DAS FERNE GRAB: Gertrud von le Fort The migrating birds fly by, Oh! That I had wings! To kneel once more At my mother's distant grave. Once more I would carry flowers to that forlorn hill, Asking, with anxious eyes, whether the cross still stands. Swinging on the graveyard gate, the foreign children dance, The dark sounds of their language and so hostile to me. I could hate them al1: ^ How they brought my mother sorrow! And yet, she would embrace even this in her goodness. 0 that I could cry once, with her, for this forsaken land; Uniting my hot, flushed hand With hers, so quiet and gentle. To embed in her love That which in anger overcomes me, And save at her heart, The entire motherless world. CALIGAVERUNT OCULI MEI (Lamentations of Jeremiah) My eyes are filled with my weeping, For He who consoled me Is far from me. See, all of ye, whether there is suffering Like unto my suffering. All of you who pass by the way Attend and see Whether there is any suffering like mine. ON MY CHILD'S DEATH: J o s e p h F r e i h e r r von Eichendorff (#8,4,5,10) #8 In t h e d i s t a n c e t h e c l o c k s s t r i k e , a l r e a d y i t i s f a r i n t o t h e n i g h t , t h e lamp b u r n s so d i m l y , y o u r l i t t l e bed i t made. O n l y t h e w i n d s s t i l l move l a m e n t i n g r o u n d t h e h o u s e , we s i t l o n e l y i n s i d e and o f t e n 1 i s t e n o u t . I t i s as i f you must g e n t l y k n o c k a t t h e d o o r , a s i f you h a d o n l y l o s t y o u r w a y , a n d now were c o m i n g b a c k t i r e d . P o o r , p o o r f o o l s t h a t we a r e ! I t i s we who s t r a y s t i l l l o s t i n t h e h o r r o r o f d a r k n e s s -you have l o n g ago f o u n d y o u r way home. #4 T h a t i s what b e w i l d e r s me: T h a t t h e n i g h t d o e s n o t r e m a i n s i l e n t When t h e t i r e d e a r t h has a l r e a d y l o n g ago s t o p p e d t o b r e a t h e . T h a t t h e b e l l s t h a t c h i m e and t h e s i l e n t wind in t h e f o r e s t e v e r y n i g h t l ament anew my d e a r , sweet c h i l d . T h a t my h e a r t c o u l d not b r e a k at t h e f i n a l k i s s at y o u r d e a t h , T h a t I, as i n m a d n e s s , must now speak o n l y t h r o u g h I n s a n e s o n g s . #5 J o y s I w a n t e d t o p r e p a r e f o r you b e t w e e n s t r u g g l e s , d e l i g h t and p a i n , Wanted t o f a i t h f u l l y accompany y o u t h r o u g h l i f e t o w a r d s h e a v e n . B u t y o u have f o u n d i t a l o n e where no f a t h e r c a n l e a d , T h r o u g h t h a t s t e r n and d a r k h o u r you went i n n o c e n t l y b e f o r e me. L i k e t h e r u s t l i n g o f w i n g s i n v a l l e y s a n d r a v i n e s , t h e r e a p p e a r e d a t t h e same t i m e a s o n g i n t h e d i s t a n t s i l e n t a i r . A n d so c h e e r f u l s p a r k l e s t h e m o r n i n g , i t i s as t h o u g h t h e s i n g i n g s p o k e : F r o m now o n , l e a v e b e h i n d a l l s o r r o w , I f y o u l o v e me , f o l l o w m e . #10 My d e a r c h i l d , g o o d - b y e , 1 c o u l d n ' t s a y g o o d - b y e as t h e y c a r r i e d y o u away b e c a u s e o f d e e p , d e e p g r i e f . How on a l i g h t g r e e n p l a i n you s t a n d m i d s t a g a r l a n d o f m y r t l e , and t h r o u g h r a d i a n c e , s m i l e s i l e n t l y at me w i t h p i t y . And t h u s y e a r s come and g o , soon 1 t o o w i l l p a s s away -0 p r a y f o r me up t h e r e , s o t h a t we w i l l s e e e a c h o t h e r once a g a i n . 

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