Another Baroque Song
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|Full name of work:||Another Baroque Song|
|Composer:||Talisman, Rebecca (1989), American|
|First line:||I shall repeat myself|
|Instruments:||voice (preferably soprano), trumpet, piano|
|Name of file creator:||Rebecca Talisman|
|e-mail address:||leslieweasel89 "at" aol "dot" com|
|Comments:||Once upon a time, Rebecca was trying to learn new repertoire for|
college auditions. As Rebecca was singing oratorio, something occurred to
her - She hated baroque music. She hated the predictable cadences, the runs,
the trills, the dotted figures, and the fact that baroque composers had
apparently written the same song a bazillion times. Inspired, Rebecca went home and
wrote some baroque music of her own.