Field / Voronetskaya: Chisinau 1

Field / Voronetskaya SKU: 42502418
Field / Voronetskaya: Chisinau 1

Field / Voronetskaya: Chisinau 1

Field / Voronetskaya SKU: 42502418

Format: CD

Regular price $24.99 Sale price $22.99
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Description

Title: Chisinau 1
Label: Phasma Music
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS

The Symphonic Orchestra of the National Philharmonic "SERGHEI LUNCHEVICI" of the Republic of Moldova presents the new album CHISINAU 1. The outstanding album includes 3 world premiere recordings by 3 contemporary composers: Brian Field, Neil Stipp and Jean-Pierre Vial. Arctic Variations for orchestra, by Brian Field, is a work influenced by the photographic series "Find a way or make one" by Anastasia Mityukova whose images are inspired by Robert Peary's expedition to the North Pole in 1909. Her series contains a variety of photographs of ice, auroras and various snow-filled scenes. Symphony Capriccio for orchestra, by Neil Stipp, is a neo-classical five-movement work that is formal in structure, but it's themes are more free-flowing and capricious in style. Jean-Pierre Vial composed this Piano Concerto in G minor between 2007 and 2011. The concerto consists of four movements, with two lively movements surrounding a slower movement and a brief scherzo.

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