Camille Claudel: Into the Fire

  1. 1) Prelude; Rodin

    5. 45

  2. 2) La Valse

    4. 51

  3. 3) Shakuntala

    5. 13

  4. 4) La Petite Châtelaine

    4. 42

  5. 5) The Gossips

    4. 30

  6. 6) L' Age Mûr

    3. 12

  7. 7) Epilogue

    4. 44

Pieces of 9/11: Memories from Houston

  1. 8) Prelude; Lauren

    6. 04

  2. 9) Lessons

    5. 14

  3. 10) Phone Calls

    3. 04

  4. 11) That Moment On

    5. 33

  5. 12) Beyond

    4. 04

  6. 13) An Open Book

    5. 12

Soliloquy

  1. 14) for flute and piano

    4. 28

Friendly Persuasions: Homage to Poulenc

  1. 1) Wanda Landowska

    2. 31

  2. 2) Pierre Bernac

    1. 56

  3. 3) Raymonde Linossier

    4. 13

  4. 4) Paul Eluard

    2. 26

Rise & Fall

  1. 5) Water Stone

    4. 20

  2. 6) Incantation Bowl

    3. 47

  3. 7) Angels' Wing

    4. 08

  4. 8) The Shaman

    4. 28

A Question of Light

  1. 9) The Light of Coincidences [Magritte]

    2. 48

  2. 10) Eccentric Flint [Ancient Maya]

    2. 19

  3. 11) Yellow Roses in a vase [Caillebotte]

    4. 21

  4. 12) Place de la Concorde [Mondrian]

    2. 03

  5. 13) El hombre [Tamayo]

    4. 03

  6. 14) Watch [Murphy]

    3. 56

Fury of Light

  1. 15) Fast

    4. 46

  2. 16) Elegy

    3. 59

  3. 17) Meditation

    2. 58

  4. 18) Very Fast

    3. 48

CD information

Here/After is a collection of recent music by Jake Heggie, acclaimed as the finest American art song composer of his generation, in collaboration with librettist and Grammy Award nominee Gene Scheer. In this extraordinary recording, the words and memories of fire-fighters,

emergency workers, teachers, parents, friends and other survivors of the 9/11 attacks are transformed into heart-breaking and uplifting songs of remembrance. This double CD features the voices of baritone Nathan Gunn, mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato and soprano Talise Trevigne.