Reason & Reverence: Works for Orchestra
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Label: Navona Records
Cat No: NV6166
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 3rd August 2018
An Inescapable Entanglement
Symphony no.2, op.76 'Ghosts of Reason'
Branches of Singularity
ArtistsLucie Kaucka (piano)
Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra
Christopher Keyes does this through An Inescapable Entanglement, Diego Vega with his Red Rock, Ferdinando DeSena with Deciphered Reverence, for Willem van Twillert it is his eight movement Branches of Singularity, while Andrew Schultz put his thoughts into his single movement Symphony No.2 "Ghosts of Reason". These are five very different composers with a common theme, each of whom makes a powerful impression within what becomes a complete set of compositions.
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