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ALBERT, S.: In Concordiam / TreeStone (Seattle Symphony, Schwarz)

    

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ALBERT, S.: In Concordiam / TreeStone (Seattle Symphony, Schwarz)

Stephen Albert is counted as one of the most accomplished pioneers of ‘The New Romanticism’: a generation of composers seeking to reclaim some of the emotional expression lost through the rigors of intellectual Modernism in music. Inspired by James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake, TreeStone is a moving exploration of the tragic legend of Tristan and Iseult. In Concordiam reveals the range and complexity of Albert’s style in uniting angular dissonance with mellifluous harmonies. Albert worked closely with the Seattle Symphony on this work, revising it during his three year tenure as composer-in-residence. Albert’s Symphony No 1 RiverRun’ is available on Naxos 8.559257.


Albert, Stephen

  In Concordiam
1.   In Concordiam 00:17:11

Albert, Stephen
Joyce, James, lyricist(s)

  TreeStone
2.   Part I: I am Leafy Speafing 00:12:50
3.   Part I: A Grand Funferall 00:04:26
4.   Part I: Sea Birds 00:03:23
5.   Part II: Tristopher Tristan 00:01:50
6.   Part II: Fallen Griefs 00:05:15
7.   Part II: Anna Livia Plurabelle 00:10:52

Total Playing Time: 00:55:47






Composer(s):
Albert, Stephen

Lyricist(s):
Joyce, James

Conductor(s):
Schwarz, Gerard

Orchestra(s):
New York Chamber Symphony; Seattle Symphony Orchestra

Artist(s):
Gordon, David; Shelton, Lucy; Talvi, Ilkka

Label: Naxos

Series: American Classics

Genre: Concertos; Vocal

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.559708

Barcode: 636943970829

Physical Release: 03/2012

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