Margaret Brouwer - Shattered (Chamber Music)
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Label: Naxos - American Classics
Cat No: 8559763
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd June 2014
WorksArrangements (2) for Blue Streak Ensemble
Clarinet Quintet in A major
Whom do you call angel now?
ArtistsSandra Simon (soprano)
Daniel Silver (clarinet)
Maia String Quartet
Blue Streak Ensemble
Widely acclaimed for its lyricism, emotional power, striking musical imagery and fascinating sonorities, Margaret Brouwer’s work has earned her numerous awards and a constant demand for new commissions.
Shattered Glass is a musical kaleidoscope, expressing Brouwer’s anger and frustration with American aggression abroad. The Quintet also responds to world affairs and the 9/11 attack, asking if cultures can exist together by layering contemporary complexity with Middle Eastern influences.
Whom do you call angel now? is a stark setting of David Adam’s post-9/11 poem 'An Angel’s Song'. Hope for the future can be heard in Lonely Lake, while Brouwer’s arrangements introduce new instrumental colours to masterworks from the past.
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