Crimes, op. 104
About this work:
poem by Edith Segal, 1989; music composed 10/90; on what if Glasnost' came to America; recorded by Helene Williams & composer on Songs of Conscience; tells history of labor in U.S.; quotes from the Internationale, Soviet National Anthem, Earl Robinson's "Joe Hill," Marc Blitzstein's "With a Woman to Be" from SACCO AND VANZETTI, Lehrman's Rosenberg Cantata, "We Are Innocent"
Version: soprano & piano
Year composed: 1990
Ensemble type: Voice, Solo or With Chamber or Jazz Ensemble:Solo Voice with Keyboard
Instrumentation: 1 Piano, 1 Soprano
Instrumentation notes: voice & piano