Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA)
The purpose of this document is to provide a performance guide to composer Anthony Brandt’s Creeley Songs, a song cycle consisting of six poems by Robert Creeley set for soprano and piano. In addition to biographical information about the composer and poet, this document contains details regarding the creation of the cycle as well as analysis and performance suggestions with supporting musical examples for each song. Appendices include the composer’s works list, the composer’s program notes for Creeley Songs, transcripts of interviews with Anthony Brandt, and letters of permission.
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Shumate, Penny Reid, "A Perfomance Guide to Anthony Brandt's Creeley Songs" (2014). LSU Doctoral Dissertations. 2243.
Grayson, Robert Edward