Odas de Todo el Mundo

By Luna Pearl Woolf | For Soprano, Cello and Piano | 8′

Title: Odas de Todo el Mundo
Composer: Luna Pearl Woolf
Text by: On the Ode by Pablo Neruda.
Year Composed: 2006
Instrumentation: For Soprano, Cello, and Piano
Duration: 8′
Format: 2x Full Score + Cello Parts
Page Size: Letter
Catalog Number: OM0120

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Sequenza 21’s Phil Muse wrote of the PentaTone recording of this work:

“Woolf’s Odas de Todo el Mundo (Odes for Everyone), for which Haimovitz again adds the dark color of his cello, captures the flavorful Latin dance rhythms, the insouciance, the melancholy, and the exotic metaphors of the poem by the great Chilean author Pablo Neruda. Delan, who commissioned this piece, revels in such exotic imagery as ‘I sell / jungle odes / that run on puma feet: / they must be handled with care, behind bars, / they come / from age-old forests, / they are hungry.’ What better way to conclude so thoroughly enjoyable and provocative a recital than the poem’s final stanza: ‘See you soon / when all things / become song’?”

Commission/Dedication: Commissioned and dedicated to soprano Lisa Delan.
Premiere: First performed September 25, 2006 in NYC by Lisa Delan, Matt Haimovitz and Kristen Pankonin.
Recording: This work is recorded on the PentaTone album If the Song Be Worth the Smile. Click here for the Smart URL for all listening options.

Listen to an excerpt of Odas de Todo el Mundo performed by Lisa Delan, soprano; Matt Haimovitz, cello; Kristen Pankonin, piano.
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