Steptoe  Roger 4  Shakespeare  Sonnets  V103
Roger Steptoe
4 Shakespeare Sonnets
for baritone and string orchestra
intermediate Duration: 16'

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Roger Steptoe

Roger Steptoe (*1953)

Roger Steptoe (born 1953) is acknowledged to be one of the most respected British musicians of his generation. A composer of international renown his impressive catalogue of works includes chamber music, concertos, song cycles and instrumental sonatas all of which have been performed worldwide. As an admired pianist he has pioneered much neglected British music through recitals as a soloist, an...
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About 4 Shakespeare Sonnets

The Work

Four Shakespeare Sonnets for baritone and string orchestra (or piano) have been composed to celebrate the 450th anniversary of the birth of William Shakespeare in year 2014.

These four Sonnets have been chosen for their unified theme of love – the anguish and cruelties, the charms, lust, immortality and sheer joy. Various themes and harmonic sequences appear and reappear uniting the four testaments of love in their many guises. The fourth Sonnet is of utmost importance structurally with its lush and sensual harmonies and heavily divided strings.

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Editions Bim
William Shakespeare
1. Sonnet 147 : My love is as a fever
2. Sonnet 148 : O me! What eyes hath love put in my head
3. Sonnet 12 : When I do count the clock that tells the time
4. Sonnet 113 : Since I left you, mine eye is in my mind

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