New Works for TDE

Emily Sings by Don Skoog is a twelve-movement musical suite for soprano, flute, cello, and piano. The suite is based on her poems I Sing to Use the Waiting, A Thought Went Up My Mind Today, Touch Lightly Nature’s Sweet Guitar, Musicians Wrestle Everywhere, The Crickets Sang to Set the Sun, among others, as well as the words of Thomas Wentworth Higginson. It was written for the Dickinson Ensemble.

Why Do I Love You, Sir? by Don Skoog is a work for SSA chorus, soprano, flute, cello, and piano. It was written for the Dickinson Ensemble and the C21 Women’s Ensemble.

TDE Legacy Repertoire

Emily’s Images by Vivian Fine, for flute and piano.

12 Poems of Emily Dickinson by Aaron Copeland, for soprano and piano.

From Emily! (from New England) by Gweneth Walker, for soprano and piano.

Five Poems by Emily Dickinson by Ernst Bacon, for soprano and piano.

I Never Saw a Moor by Richard Pearson Thomas, for soprano and piano.

Let Down the Bars, Oh Death by Samuel Barber, SATB chorus.

Calendar by Willem DeVries Robbé, voice and vibraphone.

Libera Me by Lee Kesselman, for SSA chorus, flute, and piano.

Beyond the Last Thought by George Boziwick, for soprano, oboe, bassoon, and marimba.

Three Songs After Emily Dickinson by William Sydeman, for soprano and cello.

I Envy Seas, Whereon He Rides by Gitta Steiner, for soprano and piano.