Intermezzo
12:46 pm
Wed December 4, 2013

The Peaceable Kingdom: A conversation with David Klement

Choral conductor David Klement

After seeing the famous painting “The Peaceable Kingdom,” by Edward Hicks, at the Worcester Art Museum, composer Randall Thompson wrote a large-scale choral work with the same name. Thompson’s “The Peaceable Kingdom” includes texts that graphically describe a world filled with evil, but resolves with music describing a beautiful vision of a better world. Conductor David Klement came to the KRWG studios to discuss the famous choral work with Intermezzo host Leora Zeitlin, as well as works by Gerald Finzi and Mozart. Recorded on December 3, 2013.

A conversation with conductor David Klement, Director of Choral Activities at New Mexico State University.

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