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Louis Karchin
1951 -
United States of America, PA
L. Karchin
Louis Karchin (08/09/1951), an American composer, performer, conductor of new music and organizer of new music events. Born in Philadelphia. His music comprises a deep, ongoing dialogue with the great works of the core repertoire. Modernism is, for him, a way of establishing contact with tradition, not a means of eradicating it. Gradually and naturally, with the pacing of a life focused securely on his personal vision, Karchin has developed a language that is rich, consistent, and, happily, difficult to pigeonhole.
Requiem for Challenger
Composed in:1998
Musical form:free
Text/libretto:Yevgeny Yevtushenko
Label(s):New World Records 80583
Requiem for Challenger is part 2 of American Visions, a work of two songs based on two poems by the Russian poet (and ex-member of parliament) Yevgeny Yevtushenko (18/07/1933). The poem was written in 1986 after the crash of the Space Shuttle Challenger. The music was written in 1998.
It contains:
01. Who are you, Grand Canyon
02. Requiem for Challenger
Author:Herman Ram
Y. Yevtushenko