Charriere Caroline Undine Ondine V113 Digital
Caroline Charrière
Undine et Ondine
for women choir, flute and harp
intermediate German Duration: 8'30 Swiss Composers Series

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V113 Choir score and instrumental parts

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Caroline Charrière

Caroline Charrière (1960-2018)

Born 1960 in Fribourg (Switzerland), Caroline Charrière has accomplished flute studies at the Lausanne Conservatory (with Pierre Wavre) and completed them with Aurèle Nicolet and at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester (GB). During the same time, she studied orchestration and composition with the Swiss composer Jean Balissat and conducting (Lausanne Conservatory, Hervé Klopfenstein)....
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All the delicat, sensitive but strong musical art of Caroline Charrière is synergised in these two highly poetic master pieces.

About Undine et Ondine

The undines, whose name derives from the Latin word unda [wave], are water nymphs in Germanic or Alsatian mythology. This work for women choir (Soprani 1 & 2, Alti 1 & 2), flute and harp has two distinct movements:

Undine [Mermaid] on a german text by poet Otto Baisch (1840-1892) and Ondine only on onomatopoeia “nou”).

The very lyrical flute part requests an instrument in G and in C, the harp plays an essential role within the deep and dreamy dramaturgy of this work.

Product details

women choir SSAA, flute in C and G, harp
Editions Bim
1. Undine (texte Otto Baisch (1840-1892) (4'30)
2. Ondine (texte: onomatopées) (4')

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