In five movements: Prelude, Scherzo, Nocturne, Fugue, Postlude. With program note by the composer. Commissioned by the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts for the Cleveland Quartet. Recorded on Telarc CD 80415.
In five movements; with program note by the composer. Commissioned by the Lincoln Center for the Cleveland Quartet, and premiered by them in October 1995 at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts in Toronto. Duration: ca. 35 minutes. Parts also available for purchase, #50482921.
Commissioned by the Corigliano String Quartet, and dedicated to the composer's wife. This two-movement work is a musical cousin of the composer's Tela Lacerata for wind quintet. With program and performance notes. Duration ca. 22 minutes. Custom Print.
This disc also includes Corigliano's Snapshot: Circa 1909; and A Black November Turkey. Also included is String Quartet No. 2 by Jefferson Friedman. With the Corigliano Quartet.
Contents: The Eggman Variations (Corigliano Quartet, John Blacklow, piano) -- Typecase Treasury (Amernet String Quartet, Kevin Weng-Yew Mayner, bass) -- This Picture Seems to Move (Amernet String Quartet) -- Another Fantastic Voyage (Daniel Schlosberg, piano, Illinois Modern Ensemble, Stephen…
Dedicated to the Corigliano Quartet. This short movement begins and ends with energetic, rhythmic music, while the middle section is more contemplative. Duration ca. 3 minutes. Previously rental only. SPECIAL PRINT EDITION.
In one movement. Co-commissioned by Chamber Music Northwest and The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Premiered in Portland, July 1995.
Commissioned by the Elements String Quartet, which premiered the work in New York, November 2003. This short movement is inspired by an old family photograph. With program notes. Duration ca. 6 minutes.
Winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize in Music. Commissioned by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, which gave the premiere in November 2000. The music is a thorough reworking of his String Quartet No. 1. With program notes. Duration ca. 40 minutes.