SSAA + Soloist – Medium / Hard
This work is demanding, it requires questioning social roots and dogmas. It is a work that was born to support the LGBTIQ + community. This piece has a soul committed to equal rights and opportunities among people. A non-normative person is one who has evaluated himself and asked many questions to find the true inner self. That is not something so common in this society. This work is full of questions, internal fights and the fighting spirit necessary to overthrow dogmas.
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About the premiere at the ACDA conference
Joseph Orth commissioned this piece to be performed at the 2020 ACDA conference in Rochester, NY. The Central Bucks High School-West Women’s Choir premiered it in an emotional concert on March 5 at the conference.
I was lucky to be a composer in residence and to be part of the tour during its premiere, the growth that the work has had and the commitment of the children who sang it was something surprising and one of the best experiences I have had in my life. I hope that if you select this work, I can give you all the support so that you get a beautiful interpretation.
Is this even about me, or is it all about you?
Is there thought behind your words and
Are they even yours?
Or were they passed down by generations
Never once reevaluated?
Who are you really?
How you are?
Find your way, I looked for mine
Use the time of your life to find yourself
Find your way,
Have you ever asked who you are?
Who are you really?
Ask your self
Why I am so wrong?
Who is the villain here?
Do you even know yourself
or could you be lying deceiving yourself?
Look at me
Not the clothes
Not the hair
We’re the same thing
Give me a clean state
What if that part of me wasn’t there?
If I was like you in that way
Would you give me a chance?
Look at my words
Look at my actions
Why would you judge anything else?
I am human,Lyrics by Joe Hazell and Gianni Recupero
Being a self-published composer
I am a self-published composer. My philosophy is to create unity between people. For this reason, I value the composer-director and composer-choir relationship, providing a complete service for those who incorporate these works into the repertoire.
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