Agricola
Composer: Richard L. Rose
Librettist: Richard L. Rose
Premiere Date: Not available.
Description: The story is about the persecution of one family by another during the American Revolutionary War. Details of this story come from the work of de Crèvecoeur, particularly his sketch entitled "Landscapes." A comparison is drawn in music and text between the fraternal conflicts of that period and those today in Ireland, the Balkans, and Africa. The composer welcomes collaboration.
Total Acts: 1
Musical Style: Mixed idioms include Middle-European modal folksong, American jazz and folk tunes, and English folksong and hymnody.
Contact: Richard L. Rose
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