In Paths Untrodden [performance]

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Nathan Froebe
On the weekend of May 1st and 2nd, IUE faculty and guest artists gathered in
Vivian Auditorium to rehearse and record Nathan Froebe’s new song cycle, “In Paths
Untrodden,” set for two un-gendered voices and Pierrot ensemble (flute, clarinet, violin,
cello, piano). This cycle consists of ten poems by Walt Whitman, set to music by Dr.
Froebe (composer, conductor), and depicts the navigation of an LGBTQ+ relationship in the messy aftermath of romantic separation. The work itself constituted the entirety of the music performance,
as the cycle is approximately thirty-five minutes in length.

Due to the pandemic, there was no audience. The performance premiered on Facebook Live. 
Aaron Paige (tenor); Marcel Ramalho (baritone); Jessica Raposo (flute); Daniel Healton (clarinet); Yu-Fang Chen (violin); Michael Rondstadt (cello); Eunhwa Lee (piano)
IU East LGBTQ+ Collection
IU East Libraries (IU Libraries)

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