Mark D. Templeton - Mark Templeton Choral Music
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A cappella Publisher Desc. This setting by the ancient Roman poet, Catullus, uses incessant driving rhythms in the women's voices to paint the words, "Lesbia mi dicit semper male nec tacet umquam de me" (Lesbia always speaks ill of me, never shuts up about me). The repeating rhythms return in the men's voices when Catullus says he does the same, "Quia sunt totidem mea: deprecor illam assidue" (Alas the same with me: I'm continually complaining.) The piece comes to a final rest after Catullus realizes the he will always be cursed to love her.
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