In China, you know, the emperor is a Chinese, and all those about him are Chinamen also. The story I am going to tell you happened a great many years ago. The emperor’s palace was the most beautiful in the world. In the garden could be seen the most singular flowers – and beyond its limits there was a noble forest with lofty trees. In one of those trees lived a nightingale, who sang so beautifully that everyone would stop and listen…
Uģis Prauliņš’s “The Nightingale” for recorder and choir is a colourful and joyous musical narration of the famous fairy-tale by Hans Christian Andersen.
Tabea Debus – Recorder
September – October 2017
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