Copland - Orchestral Works 2: Symphonies
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Cat No: CHSA5171
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd September 2016
WorksOrchestral Variations (arr. of Piano Variations)
Symphony for organ and orchestra
Symphony no.2 'Short Symphony'
ArtistsJonathan Scott (organ)
BBC Philharmonic Orchestra
This unique collection of vivid and energetic pieces highlights Coplandís personal, unorthodox compositional language. The mixture of works of austerity and tense excitement ranges widely, from the twenty Orchestral Variations on an original theme (originally written for piano) to the single-movement controversial Symphonic Ode, a rhythmically complex piece written in its original incarnation for a huge orchestra including eight horns and five trumpets.
The album features also the lesser-known Short Symphony (No.2) and early Symphony for Organ and Orchestra, in which the solo instrument throughout is closely integrated with the music of the orchestra.
The organ soloist is the young Jonathan Scott. Since a highly successful Gershwin concert at the Royal Albert Hall in 2014, he is increasingly acclaimed around the world for his performances of American music.
This album was recorded on SACD in the mythic Birmingham Symphony Hall.
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