The Four Loves - III. Eros (SATB)

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The third movement of a choral cycle, the name Eros is taken from C.S. Lewis’s 1960 book, The Four Loves. The British pastoral style in the Renaissance is encapsulated in the poetry of Christopher Marlowe, which gives a first-person glimpse into the thoughts of a seemingly innocent shepherd-boy: his final words do not include a promise of a lasting relationship. Although we can simply assume that the shepherd is purely blinded by emotions, the selective appeal to sensations and feelings brings to question the trustworthiness of the shepherd. This musical setting is therefore a playful one.

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KNT1108
Availability
Digital Only
Genre
Secular
Voicing
SATB
Accompaniment
Unaccompanied
Composers (By Country)
Singapore
Language (Group)
English
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