Elliott Carter, Mark Wait, Nashville Symphony Orchestra • Kenneth Schermerhorn - Symphony No. 1 • Piano Concerto download flac
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Kenneth Schermerhorn. Elliott Carter: Symphony No. 1; Piano Concerto.
Symphony No. 1: III. Vivaciously. By Elliott Carter - Kenneth Schermerhorn & Nashville Symphony. 5. Piano Concerto: I. By Elliott Carter. 6. Piano Concerto: II.
Composed By – Elliott Carter. Conductor – Kenneth Schermerhorn. Engineer – Andrew Lang (2). Liner Notes – Frank J. Oteri. Orchestra – Nashville Symphony Orchestra. Made in the EU. Tracks 1-4 recorded September 15, 2002. Tracks 5 & 6 recorded October 27, 2002.
CD 1. Elliott Carter Composer. Holiday Overture Work. Nashville Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Kenneth Schermerhorn Conductor. Nashville Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Kenneth Schermerhorn Conductor, Mark Wait Piano. Movement 1. 10:52.
Elliott Carter: 4 Lauds, 3 Duetti & Figments Nos. 1-2. Elliott Carter: 103rd Birthday Concert (Live). Listen to Elliott Carter now. Listen to Elliott Carter in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Mark Wait: Piano Nashville Symphony Orchestra Kenneth Schermerhorn: Conductor Naxos . 59151 62' 43''. It has come to something when a new CD devoted entirely to Elliott Carters music is issued on the super-budget-priced Naxos label in their American Classics series! But this is a very good record, one which is cleverly chosen with regard to repertoire and which certainly deserves to make new friends for this remarkable composer. Now in his 98th year, he is still composing
Both the First Symphony of 1942 and the Holiday Overture exemplify that early idiom, but are rarely heard. Both the performances are first-rate, and the coupling with the prickly 1965 Piano Concerto is telling, for it reveals how far Carter's music travelled in barely two decades. The concerto is one of his landmark achievements, expertly played and very welcome at a budget price.
Carter’s Symphony No. 1 was written in a deliberately restricted idiom- that is, in an effort to produce that meant something to me as music and yet might, I hoped, be understandable to the general music public I was trying to reach. The first of the three movements has themes that sound Coplandesque, but the organization of phrases into irregularly patterned three-, four-, and five-bar groupings, the disorientation of the lilting waltz figure with off-the-beat accents, and the ductile manipulation of the meter from triple into duple are surely Carter’s own tricks
Piano Concerto: I. – lyrics by Elliott Carter, Mark Wait, Nashville Symphony Orchestra & Kenneth Schermerhorn. home E Elliott Carter, Mark Wait, Nashville Symphony Orchestra & Kenneth Schermerhorn Piano Concerto: I. – lyrics en Français. Elliott Carter, Mark Wait, Nashville Symphony Orchestra & Kenneth Schermerhorn Piano Concerto: I. – song lyrics. Elliott Carter, Mark Wait, Nashville Symphony Orchestra & Kenneth Schermerhorn. – lyrics.
|1||Holiday Overture (1944 Rev. 1961)||9:40|
|Symphony No. 1 (1942 Rev. 1954)||(29:05)|
|Piano Concerto (1964-65)||(23:46)|
- Recorded At – Ingram Hall, Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Naxos Rights International Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Naxos Rights International Ltd.
- Artwork [Cover Image] – Child Hassam
- Composed By – Elliott Carter
- Conductor – Kenneth Schermerhorn
- Engineer – Andrew Lang
- Liner Notes – Frank J. Oteri
- Orchestra – Nashville Symphony Orchestra
- Piano – Mark Wait (tracks: 5, 6)
- Producer, Edited By – Peter Newble
NotesMade in the EU.
Tracks 1-4 recorded September 15, 2002.
Tracks 5 & 6 recorded October 27, 2002.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 636943915127
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Label Code: LC 05537
- Rights Society: GEMA