Heartbreak hangover with Lee Hartman
This week on Sound Currents, explore the darker shades of romance as we hear music inspired by heartbreak.
Anger, sorrow, hurt, betrayal — hear music that embraces the emotions that come along with the rollercoaster that is modern love and heartbreak.
This week's guest is composer and conductor Lee Hartman.
Scroll to the bottom to hear a bonus conversation with Lee, and be sure to answer this week's "favorite piece" poll!
Lee Hartman, composer/conductor
Trobairitz - III. Q'en trop d'orguoill ant gran dan mantis many gens
by Lee Hartman
Timothy Oliver with the Arkansas State University Wind Ensemble, Kristin Leitterman - oboe
Cruel Sister - Part IV
by Julia Wolfe
Brad Lubman with the Ensemble Resonanz
Leander and Hero
VIII. Hero Finds Leander's Body and Will Not Leave His Side
IX. Postlude (The Cliffs)
by Hannah Lash
The City of Tomorrow
Ipsa Dixit - II. Only the Words Themselves Mean What They Say
by Kate Soper
The Wet Ink Ensemble
Fantasia Olora - Opus 1
by Stephanie Ann Boyd
David Burns - cello, Benjamin Woo - piano
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