Contents: I. Hornbills -- II. Around the Hearth -- III. Atom Kon Burunemo -- IV. Flying -- V. Mesto. With extensive performance notes for each piece. These works were inspired by the composer's time in Papua New Guinea, and evolved through improvisation on the bass.
The first of two volumes devoted to the study of the music and life of Messiaen. This volume contains fifteen articles which deal with the genesis of his music and the influences on his compositional style. With an introduction, appendix, bibliography, discography, and index. Illustrations. Music…
Robert Beaser: Pag-Rag -- Moon Young Ha: Scène V -- Karim Al-Zand: Paganini Reverie -- Narong Prangcharoen: Pact Ink -- Zhou Jing: Jade Clappers -- S. Peace Nistades: Niccolo -- James Mobberley: Capricious Invariance.
Brellochs performs his own saxophone arrangement of this work by Copland. He also performs music by Leo Ornstein, Robert Aldridge, Walter Hartley, Lawson Lunde, and Seymour Barab. With Paul Cohen, piano.
Pearsall was an amateur composer born and raised and Britain, but who spent most of his life in Germany and Switzerland. This work was composed for the dedication of the Abbots of St. Gallen, but was never performed. With program and editorial notes.
A work in four verses. The music sets a text by Joachim Neander, as translated to English by Robert Bridges. This is a reduction for voices and piano of Palmer's orchestral arrangement.
Bochsa composed this piece on a theme from an aria from Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart. This edition is based on the autograph and the first printing. With an introduction in German and English, critical notes, and one facsimile plate.
Performers: Christopher Maltman, Ex Cathedra Consort (Members of), Graham Johnson, Jonathan Lemalu, Mark Padmore.
Includes: Flute Concerto in D major; Flute Concerto in C major; Flute Concerto in D major; Flute Concerto in G major. With the St. Christopher Chamber Orchestra.
Featuring Lisa Milne, Lorna Anderson, Robert Murray, Felicity Lott, Christopher Maltman, and Jonathan Lemalu. With Malcolm Martineau, piano.
William Mundy; Richard Farrant; Robert Parsons; John Taverner; William Byrd; Christopher Tye; Thomas Tallis and others.
Featuring Solveig Kringelborn, Nathalie Stutzmann, Christopher Ventris, and Robert Holl. With the Rundfunkchor Berlin; and Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin.
Contents: I. Allegro -- II. Lento -- III. Allegro. With brief program and biographical notes. Commissioned by Auriol Lark. Premiered in 1993 by Michelle Lee and Christopher Roberts. Duration ca. 12 minutes.
Contents: Dichterliebe, Op. 48: I. Im Wunderschonen Monat Mai -- II. Aus Meinen Tranen Spriessen -- III. Die Rose, Die Lilie, Die Traube, Die Sonne -- IV. Wenn Ich in Deine Augen Seh' -- V. Ich Will Meine Seele Tauchen -- VI. Im Rhein, Im Heiligen Strome -- VII. Ich Grolle Nich, Und Wenn Das Herz…
Silberschlag performs music by Leo Eylar, Christopher Rouse, Robert Starer, David Froom, William McKinley, Stephen Sondheim, and others. Gerard Schwartz conducts the Seattle Symphony.
Music by Felix Mendelssohn, Fanny Hensel, Johanna Kunkel, Josephine Lang, Robert Schumann, and Hugo Wolf. With Christopher Brandt, guitar.
Robert Houssart, organ; Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge; Christopher Robinson.
The vocal ensemble The Clerks performs new music by British composers Robert Saxton, Antony Pitts, Gabriel Jackson, and Christopher Fox.
The vocal ensemble The Sixteen performs a large selection of Christmas music. With Robert Quinney, organ. Conducted by Harry Christophers.
. . . Komponistenporträts. Edited by Georg Maas, Constanze Rora and Christopher Wallbaum. Contents: nine articles. Introduction. Music examples. Black & white photos.
The Lone Star Wind Orchestra performs music by Joseph Wilcox Jenkins; Howard Hanson; George Gershwin; Christopher Tucker; Steven Bryant; Robert Russell Bennett; John Philip Sousa; and more.
Alessi performs with the Columbus State University Wind Ensemble. Includes recent works by Bert Appermont, Christopher Theofanidis, J. M. David, Robert Rumbelow, Michael Gandolfi and Eric Ewazen.
A three-movement work in classical style, scored for two solo horns, as well as two oboes, two orchestral horns and strings. With a program note in German.