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RYAN, J.: Symphony No. 1, "Fugitive Colours" / The Linearity of Light / Equilateral (Gryphon Trio, Vancouver Symphony, Tovey)

Jeffrey Ryan is one of Canada’s most outstanding composers. He evokes bright, vivid colours in his works which brim with imaginative sound worlds. The Linearity of Light is one such work and is concerned with imagining sound itself, brilliantly realised through different pitch combinations and their suggestions of the brightness of light. Equilateral is a triple concerto, and a spiritually complex meditation that fuses lament with joyful affirmation. Symphony No. 1: Fugitive Colours draws on the idea of colours that fade when exposed to light, and does so with masterly orchestral virtuosity.


Ryan, Jeffrey

  The Linearity of Light
1.   Play with flash player The Linearity of Light 00:11:24
  Equilateral
2.   Play with flash player I. Breathless 00:06:13
3.   Play with flash player II. Points of Contact 00:11:49
4.   Play with flash player III. Serpentine 00:05:51
  Symphony No. 1, "Fugitive Colours"
5.   Play with flash player I. Intarsia 00:10:22
6.   Play with flash player II. Nocturne (Magenta) 00:10:32
7.   Play with flash player III. Light: Fast 00:04:41
8.   Play with flash player IV. Viridian 00:08:21

Total Playing Time: 01:09:13






Composer(s):
Ryan, Jeffrey

Conductor(s):
Tovey, Bramwell

Orchestra(s):
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra

Ensemble(s):
Gryphon Trio

Label: Naxos

Series: Canadian Classics

Genre: Concerto; Orchestral

Catalogue No: 8.572765

Barcode: 747313276578

Release Date: 09/2011

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