Lina Järnegard - I vind, vatten och väntan (2020)
Poems by Sylvia Plath 1956-1957
for bass clarinet and accordion
Southern Sunrise and Channel Crossing.
The Queens Complaint and Firesong.
Strumpet Song and Street Song.
Soliloquy of the Solipsist.
Miss Drake Proceeds to Supper.
The Shrike and Spider.
The Snowman on the Moor.
The Everlasting Monday.
Two Views of Withens.
Words for a Nursery.
Night Shift and Snakecharmer.
A Lesson in Vengeance.
Born 1979 in Borkhult, Sweden. LINA JÄRNEGARD is educated at Gotland School of Composition(Visby, Sweden) and at the Academy of music and drama(Gothenburg, Sweden). Her main teachers has been Per Mårtensson, Henrik Strindberg, Ole Lützow-Holm and Ming Tsao. 2011 she also studied at the Royal Scottish Academy for Music and Drama in Glasgow with composer David Fennessy. Lina was in 2012 selected to join Tzlil Meudcan in Israel, a festival and summer course for contemporary music lead by composers Chaya Chernowin and Steven Takasugi.
In 2010 Lina started an opera ensemble, Dråpera, together with mezzo soprano Anna-Sara Åberg. The ensemble consists of various artists and musicians which together explore and develops methods and ideas for new experimental opera and music theatre. These ideas are also ifluencing her chamber music which she writes in collaboration with musicians and ensembles around the world.
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