Five Songs of the Bodied is a minimalist song cycle for voice and piano. Originally conceived for contratenor in order to reflect the frailty of the men, and their wish to be remembered as innocent boys, it has been arranged for a mezzo-range voice and piano, performed by Susanna Wolff and recorded at Komlava Sound.
Performed by: Susanna Wolff (soprano) and Solveig Sørbø (piano) Words and music by: Solveig Sørbø Film by: Mali Galaaen Røsseth Sound by: Åse Ava Fredheim
Five Songs of the Bodied is inspired by stories of Syrian men who have committed, witnessed or been victims of (sexual) violence between men, something that is associated with both trauma and shame. The songs are nevertheless abstracted to apply to more general shamefulness and regret and the existential crisis that may follow – emotions and states of mind which many can recognize. The song (Nothing) mentions a number of definitions of nothingness, as seen in philosophy, mathematics and theology.
(Nothing) Do you own the key to infinity? Is there such a thing as a void? What do they call an empty set? Nothing. Nothing Is it God or is it godless? Antithetical to pure being What is devoid of properties? Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing! View / download the scores here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qyi44imnx4q8d74/AACmZg8InDLoPFAB-3HlcWSTa?dl=0
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