Friday, July 26, 2013
Just Opened July 26 - Around the World
"Around the World" is our theme on Just Opened today as our music takes inspiration from many cultures and countries.
Works composed and conducted by
Mark Van Overmeire
For Info on Overmeire
ISBN# 5 419999 104722
My Delight of the Week!
Just as Dvorak and Bartok and other Romantic era composers mined the folk music of their beloved home countries for melodic inspiration, and then spun it through chamber and orchestral music constructions, Overmeire takes indigenous instruments and soundscapes from Cambodia, Burma, Vietnam and constructs totally accessible sound worlds of orchestral music. This CD has all ready been featured on NPR and is getting a lot of attention internationally. Chris Ranck says, "International Music Done Right!"
Zina Schiff, Violin
Cameron Grant, Piano
For Info on Schiff
ISBN# 6 81585 1339 2 7
Timeless major works for violin. The voice of the violin in virtuosity.
Odekhiren Amaize, Bass-Baritone
David Korevaar, Piano
For Info on Amaize
ISBN# 6 81585 11012 6
World renowned Amaize displays a vocal world view, with art songs of Russia, Germany, and Britain. Mussorgsky's "Sunless", Shostakovich settings of Puskin & English Poets, Beethoven's rarely performed songs of Gellert, and Carl Loewe's settings of traditional German songs.
Beatrice Berthold, Piano
For Info on Berthold
LABOR RECORDS 7079
ISBN# 7 90987 70792 3
Available online, many sources, including:
Juxtapositions of Bach's keyboard works with works by modern composers that deconstruct, reconstruct, and take inspiration from the previous works.
Melissa Koprowski, Clarinet
Roberta Garten, Piano
For Info on Koprowski
ISNB# 8 02114 30062 1
Delightful and inventive is this collection of works for Clarinet that feature accessible new works and Brandon and Babin, and a beloved sonatina by Horovitz.
Special thanks to Kelley McDonough our S.U. practicum for gathering the information for this blog post.
Kara Dahl Russell
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