Lullaby for a Young Road

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for voice and piano (2009)

Composer: Dennis Tobenski

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Dennis Tobenski, tenor
Marc Peloquin, piano

Live performance at
Tenri Cultural Center, NYC
9 October 2015

Duration

1 1/2 min.

Text

Jorn Ake : Lullaby for a Young Road

Program Notes

Lullaby for a Young Road

At day’s end, I lie down
like a quiet path.
I say my name before I sleep
once secretly,
and once to my path
so that it may remember my location.
Little Traveler, I say, when I wake,
Carry me like a lamb to my name.

— Jorn Ake

Text of “Lullaby for a Young Road”
from Asleep in the Lightning Fields, published by Texas Review Press.
Copyright © 2002 by Jorn Ake.
Used with kind permission of the author.

Description

Perusal Score

Audio


Dennis Tobenski, tenor
Marc Peloquin, piano

Live performance at
Tenri Cultural Center, NYC
9 October 2015

Duration

1 1/2 min.

Text

Jorn Ake : Lullaby for a Young Road

Program Notes

Lullaby for a Young Road

At day’s end, I lie down
like a quiet path.
I say my name before I sleep
once secretly,
and once to my path
so that it may remember my location.
Little Traveler, I say, when I wake,
Carry me like a lamb to my name.

— Jorn Ake

Text of “Lullaby for a Young Road”
from Asleep in the Lightning Fields, published by Texas Review Press.
Copyright © 2002 by Jorn Ake.
Used with kind permission of the author.

Dennis Tobenski (ASCAP)

Dennis Tobenski is a composer of acoustic new music, a vocalist, and a strong advocate for new music and for the interests of living composers.

Dennis’s Only Air, a 20-minute work for high voice and orchestra memorializing the gay teenagers who have taken their own lives in recent years, was commissioned by the Illinois State University Symphony Orchestra, and has been performed in a chamber version by The Secret Opera in New York and members of the Bay Area Rainbow Symphony.

In February 2016, he and pianist Marc Peloquin released their first album together, a disc of art songs by living American composers titled And He’ll Be Mine.

Dennis also hosts the Music Publishing Podcast and The Composer’s Guide to Doing Business: two music business-centered podcasts aimed at helping composers and performers to learn more about the practical aspects of their careers.

Dennis received his B.Mus. in Vocal Performance and Music Theory & Composition from Illinois State University, and his M.A. in Music Composition from The City College of New York.

His principal teachers have included David Del Tredici, Daron Hagen, and Chester Biscardi. He is a member of the Board of Advisors for Composers Now, and the Board of Directors of the KeyedUp MusicProject. Dennis lives in New York City with his husband Darien Scott Shulman and their cat Pistachio.

www.dennistobenski.com



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