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Emily D'Angelo

enargeia

Deutsche Grammophon

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1 Folk faer andlit by Hildur Gudnadottir  
2 O virtus Sapientae by Hildegard von Bingen arr_ Sarah Kirkland Snider  
3 This world within me is too small by Missy Mazzoli  
4 Caritas by Sarah Kirkland Snider  
5 Hello Lord by Missy Mazzoli  
6 You are the dust by Missy Mazzoli  
7 Dead friend by Sarah Kirkland Snider  
8 Nausicaa by Sarah Kirkland Snider  
9 O frondens virga by Hildegard von Bingen arr Missy Mazzoli  
10 Liour by Hildur Gudnadottir  
11 A Thousand Tongues by Missy Mazzoli  
12 The Lotus Eaters by Sarah Kirkland Snider  
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Concept, character and cool – Emily D'Angelo's debut album on Deutsche Grammophon encompasses everything that comes so naturally to this young Canadian vocalist. Her chosen title for this thoughtfully curated sonic journey comes from Hellenistic rhetoric and sums up the essence of the album: enargeia – in the artist's own words – "a description so vivid it seems to conjure its subject into existence." D'Angelo has chosen music from the 12th and 21st centuries written by four female composers – Hildegard von Bingen, Hildur Guðnadóttir, Missy Mazzoli andSarah Kirkland Snider 

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