Master Thesis

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A Musical Interpretation of Icelandic Lyric Poetry Set to Music within the Framework of Otto Steinbauer’s “Klangreihen” Compositional Method.

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Introduction

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GERMAN VERSION
Julia Koci, soprano, Bryan Rothfuss, bariton, Chanda VanderHart, piano

Recorded in Vienna, Austria on Sept. 14 and 16, 2006

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ICELANDIC VERSION
Asa Elmgren, soprano, Heimir Vium, bariton, Chanda VanderHart, piano

Recorded in Vienna, Austria on Sept. 23, 2006

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