R Panufnik - Heartfelt
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Cat No: SIGCD673
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 21st May 2021
WorksCantator and Amanda
Letters from Burma
Mary Bevan (soprano)
Nicholas Daniel (oboe)
Amy Harman (bassoon)
Andrew Marshall (double bass)
Charles Owen (piano)
Roderick Williams (baritone)
Featuring a stellar line-up of leading British soloists (including soprano Mary Bevan, pianist Charles Owen and baritone Roderick Williams) and led by the Sacconi Quartet, the title work includes a musical translation of the heartbeat of a young European Brown Bear named Albie: captured by a digital stethoscope, Bristol Zoological Society’s Wild Place Project was generously able to send Panufnik a recording of Albie’s heartbeat whilst he underwent a small surgical procedure, the anaesthetic possibly resembling the bear’s hibernation. Albie himself is pictured on the album’s front cover.
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