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Amelia Golding, Alison Cameron - Death

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Death deals with the struggles of remorse, self-judgement and reflection which come with time spent alone. The repeated death chants are as much thinking music as a dirge for the dead.

Here we discover remorse.


Text from The Solitudes by Luis de Góngora
as translated by Edith Grossman

The Second Solitude (lines 149-155)

Die, beloved enemy,
let my fault die, and your disdain, too late
a penitent, keep for it
a mere sigh that makes my death content
though it is not follow by
a fleeting or indifferent or weary
tear that dries before it is even wept.


from Fragments of Solitude, released December 14, 2015
Composer: Cameron Lam
Author: Luis de Góngora
Translator: Edith Grossman

Soprano: Amelia Golding
Piano: Alison Cameron
Sound Engineer: James Passfield


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Cameron Lam Sydney, Australia

Composer, gamer, amateur trapeze artist and Artistic Director of Kammerklang.

My music mixes my love of fantasy and nostalgic video game chip tunes, with my obsession for movement and my classical music training.

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