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Renee Fleming explores how music's relationship with nature can be relevant for the age of humans. Looking back to the Romantic era and looking forward with new commissions from Nico Muhly, Caroline Shaw and Kevin Puts. "The music on the album begins in a time almost two centuries ago, when people had a profound connection to the beauty of nature. Now we have reached a moment when we see all too clearly the effects of our own activity, and the fragility of our environment." - Renee Fleming

Renee Fleming explores how music's relationship with nature can be relevant for the age of humans. Looking back to the Romantic era and looking forward with new commissions from Nico Muhly, Caroline Shaw and Kevin Puts. "The music on the album begins in a time almost two centuries ago, when people had a profound connection to the beauty of nature. Now we have reached a moment when we see all too clearly the effects of our own activity, and the fragility of our environment." - Renee Fleming

028948520893

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Format: CD
Label: DECCA
Rel. Date: 10/08/2021
UPC: 028948520893

Voice Of Nature: The Anthropocene
Artist: Renée Fleming & Yannick Nézet-Ségui
Format: CD
New: Available $15.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Evening
2. No. 1, Prison
3. No.9, Les Etoile
4. No.5, L'heure Exquise
5. No.2, en Sourdine
6. Reve D'amour, Op. 5 No.2
7. S'il Est Un Charmant Garson
8. Endless Space
9. No.1, Les Berceaux
10. No.1, Au Bord de L'eau
11. L'enamouree
12. Ober Allen Gipfein Ist Ruh, S. 306
13. No.3, Lauf Der Welt
14. No.5, Zur Rosenzeit
15. No.6, Ein Traum
16. Aurora Borealis

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Renee Fleming explores how music's relationship with nature can be relevant for the age of humans. Looking back to the Romantic era and looking forward with new commissions from Nico Muhly, Caroline Shaw and Kevin Puts. "The music on the album begins in a time almost two centuries ago, when people had a profound connection to the beauty of nature. Now we have reached a moment when we see all too clearly the effects of our own activity, and the fragility of our environment." - Renee Fleming

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