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What a minefield for composers to cross when they choose a poem - already as complete and self-contained as its author can make it - and then try to add something to it. Once written, of course, every text has an autonomy of its own. But it's an autonomy that is generally much easier for the public to appreciate than for the author. The poet Michael O'Siadhail, in attendance at Sunday's recital in the Hugh Lane Gallery, seemed to welcome with enthusiasm the addition to his verses of a new aesthetic layer. Soprano Sylvia O'Brien was at ease with difficult vocal lines and deployed a wide dynamic and expressive range to match the big spectrum of declamation called for in the poems.
Bodley's idiom is a very contemporary one: lyrical but not really melodic, not strophic, spontaneously responsive to an individual line or word, in the manner of much contemporary opera, by which I don't mean random since there is always an underlying sense of structure and unity. Hints of other composers include Schoenberg for example in Squall , portraying the ferocity and uneasy aftermath of a row between loved ones , and Barber, in Delivery , first poem in the Earlsfort Suite.
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Bodley incorporates a discreet, un-sugary hint of nostalgia as O'Siadhail considers the year , delightfully rhyming "Dead Sea Scrolls" with "platform soles". O'Siadhail can present something simple like a portrait - the girl walking home from her debs in the early morning "against a yawning tide of suburbanites" in Debonair , the fifth poem of The Naked Flame. Or, as in the final poem, Rhapsody , he can be indirect or even elusive, juxtaposing landscape and musical metaphors to explore how the naked flame can both fill us with passion but also sometimes burn us.
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Other arbiters, not excluding such music's relatively narrow public, will decide where exactly Bodley's settings ultimately rest in posterity. But it can be recorded here that this recital - for which rapture would not be too strong a word to associate with the way the audience reacted - was a near-perfect confluence of beautiful, moving poetry, the response to it by a composer, and the conduit of fine performance. Reviews Tue, Apr 22, , More from The Irish Times Music. TV, Radio, Web.
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