The Death of Isaiah Robb
Composer: Frederick Frahm
Librettist: Adapted by the composer f Whitman, Herman Melville,
Premiere Date: Not available.
Description: Set in the American Civil War era, THE DEATH OF ISAIAH ROBB is the tale of a young man, Isaiah Robb, who enlists in a regiment, is killed in battle, and passes through limbo to paradise. The story is narrated in a prologue, interlude, and epilogue by a Bard (Walt Whitman).
Length: 00:45
Total Acts: 1
Chorus: Chorus
Orchestration: hrp (pf), str
Musical Style: Chamber opera; tonal; lyric; 20th-century harmony; dialogue is unaccompanied recitative
Contact: Stephen M. Raskin, Musica21 Publishing
E-mail Address: steve@musica21.com
Phone: 727-786-4189
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