Berlin Academy of American Music / Keast, Garrett: Transatlantic

Berlin Academy of American Music / Keast, Garrett: Transatlantic

Berlin Academy of American Music / Keast, Garrett: Transatlantic

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Title: Transatlantic
Artist: Berlin Academy of American Music / Keast, Garrett
Label: Onyx Classics
UPC: 880040422327
Genre: Classical Artists

Transatlantic is a beautifully curated album that reflects on the attraction of America to composers of many nationalities. Like so many European musicians fleeing war and persecution, Russian born Stravinsky became a US citizen. His concerto, Dumbarton Oaks, is featured alongside Dorman, an Israeli composer now domiciled in the US. Japanese composer Takemitsu's Toward The Sea, is a delicate and touching musical depiction of Melville's masterwork, Moby Dick. The program also includes two American born composers: Urquhart, who was Bernstein's assistant and pupil and Copland, who's ballet score, Appalachian Spring, projects what many consider to be the quintessential American sound of big landscapes. America has provided a home to so many composers, and in turn given the world so much great music - a two-way transatlantic musical affair.

1.1 Stravinsky: Concerto in E flat ‘Dumbarton Oaks’ W70 - Tempo giusto
1.2 Stravinsky: Concerto in E flat ‘Dumbarton Oaks’ W70 - Allegretto
1.3 Stravinsky: Concerto in E flat ‘Dumbarton Oaks’ W70 - III Con moto
1.4 Urquhart: Lamentation for Flute ; String Orchestra
1.5 Dorman: Nofim (Sights) - I Mitkavetz Halev
1.6 Dorman: Nofim (Sights) - II Rikud Hashedim
1.7 Dorman: Nofim (Sights) - III Chikiti Lashemesh
1.8 Dorman: Nofim (Sights) - IV Levaya
1.9 Takemitsu: Toward the Sea II - I The Night
1.10 Takemitsu: Toward the Sea II - II Moby Dick
1.11 Takemitsu: Toward the Sea II - III Cape Cod
1.12 Stravinsky: The Rake’s Progress W88 - Anne’s Aria ‘No Word from Tom’
1.13 Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite - I Very Slowly
1.14 Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite - II Allegro
1.15 Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite - III Moderato
1.16 Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite - IV Fast
1.17 Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite - V Allegro subito
1.18 Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite - VI Meno mosso
1.19 Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite - VII Doppio movimento
1.20 Copland: Appalachian Spring Suite - IX Moderato (Like a prayer)

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