Aaron Jay Kernis - Three Flavors, Two Movements, Superstar Etude No.3
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Label: Naxos - American Classics
Cat No: 8559711
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 30th March 2015
Movements (2) with bells
Superstar Etude no.3 'Ballade out of the Blues'
ArtistsAndrew Russo (piano)
James Ehnes (violin)
Albany Symphony Orchestra
ConductorDavid Alan Miller
Winner of the coveted 2002 Grawemeyer Award and one of the youngest composers ever to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize, Aaron Jay Kernis is among the most distinguished musical figures of his generation.
Conceived as a concerto for toy piano and orchestra, and with touches of Indonesian gamelan, French lyricism and jazz, Three Flavors appears here in its final version, adapted by soloist and long-term collaborator Andrew Russo.
Commissioned for renowned violinist James Ehnes, the introspective Two Movements (with Bells) is a memorial to the composerís father, with echoes of blues singing and improvisatory impetuousness, while the virtuoso Superstar Etude No.3 is his homage to Gershwin and the blues.
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