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Song cycle of 3 French songs composed by American composer Emmanuel Dubois. Yulia Petrachuk - soprano, Karolos Zouganelis - piano 1. Nocturne/ L'amour perdu - NOCTURNE/ LOST LOVE In the old park lonely and icy Two shapes just passed. Their eyes are dead and their lips are soft, And their words can hardly be heard.
World Premier of a song cycle "Yulia" for soprano and string quartet composed by American composer Emmanuel Dubois. Performed by Russian soprano Yulia Petrachuk and Nova string quartet at Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Music Center, NYC, November 2015.
Song cycle for soprano and harp "Winter Wood" by Emmanuel Dubois. Yulia Petrachuk, soprano and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp 1. The Blizzard, poetry by Ivan Bunin 2. Winter Wood, poetry by Fyodor Tyutchev 3. Song of Snow-Maiden, poetry by Yulia Petrachuk
Song cycle of 3 songs in German WANDERERS' NIGHT SONGS by Emmanuel M. Dubois. 1. "Morgen" Op. 48 - Poem by John Henry MacKay (1864 - 1933) 2. "Der du von der Himmel bist" Op. 51, 1 - First of the "Wandrers Nachtlieder" poems by Johann Wolfgang Goethe (1749 - 1832) 3.
Song Cycle "Happiness" for soprano and mezzo-soprano, op.30 1. Happiness 2. To Sweeten Our Lips 3. Come Ye Who Love Yulia Petrachuk, soprano Elise Jenkins, mezzo-soprano Ina Mirtcheva, piano
World Premier of the Oratorio "Requiem for the Fallen", Op. 50 Composer - Emmanuel M. Dubois Soprano Solo - Yulia Petrachuk, soprano Conductor - Vincent Blesz Orchestra & chorus - "La Fleurantine" June 16, 2018 at Saint-Clar de Lomagne, France