Kertsman - 3 Concertos, Chamber Symphony no.2 | Naxos 8573987

Kertsman - 3 Concertos, Chamber Symphony no.2

£10.87

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Label: Naxos

Cat No: 8573987

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Orchestral

Release Date: 14th September 2018

Contents

Artists

Marina Piccinini (flute)
Orsolya Korcsolán (violin)
Martin Kuuskmann (bassoon)
Gergely Sugar (horn, shofars)
London Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor

Dennis Russell Davies

Works

Kertsman, Miguel

Chamber Symphony no.2 'New York of 50 Doors'
Concerto Brasilieiro for flute, strings and percussion
Concerto for violin, horn, shofar and orchestra
Journey for bassoon and orchestra

Artists

Marina Piccinini (flute)
Orsolya Korcsolán (violin)
Martin Kuuskmann (bassoon)
Gergely Sugar (horn, shofars)
London Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor

Dennis Russell Davies

About

Brazilian-American composer, Miguel Kertsman, writes in numerous genres embracing classical music, jazz, progressive rock, electronica and film, bridging these diverse elements to craft a unique sound world. Concerto Brasileiro explores lyricism and modernity through solemn chorale-like writing and seductive dances laced with Brazilian folk rhythms. Uncommon sonorities, haunting themes and ethereal landscapes mark out the Concerto for Violin, Horn, Shofar and Orchestra, while traditionalism and experimentation define the Journey for Bassoon and Orchestra. Chamber Symphony No.2 explores and celebrates New York’s rich cultural diversity.

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