Harrison Birtwistle, Cleveland / Dohnányi • Harle / Clarvis / Davis / BBCSO - Earth Dances • Panic album flac
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Conductor – Andrew DavisDrums [Drum Kit] – Paul ClarvisOrchestra – BBC Symphony OrchestraSaxophone – John Harle
Conductor – Christoph von DohnányiOrchestra – The Cleveland Orchestra
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Copyright (c) – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Recorded At – Severance Hall
- Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
- Made By – PMDC, Germany
- Art Direction – Jeremy Tilston
- Edited By – Sally Drew
- Engineer [Recording] – Jonathan Stokes, Neil Hutchinson (tracks: 1), Philip Siney (tracks: 2)
- Liner Notes – Mark Audus
- Photography By – Richard Haughton, Tony Stone Images
- Producer – Andrew Cornall
NotesEarth Dances recorded in April, 1995 at Severance Hall, Cleveland, Ohio.
Panic recorded in October, 1995 at EMI Studio 1, Abbey Road, London.
Cover: view of the Grand Canyon, USA, photographed from space by Challenger 6 in October 1984.
℗ 1996 The Decca Record Company Limited, London
© 1996 The Decca Record Company Limited, London
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 28945 21042 1
- Barcode (String): 028945210421
- Matrix / Runout: 452 104-2 01 +
- Matrix / Runout (Text in the Mould Area): MADE IN GERMANY BY PMDC
- Matrix / Runout (Mould Area): A
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L002
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 01F7
- Rights Society: BIEM / MCPS
- Label Code: LC 0115
- Distribution Code (Distribution code): PY 925
- Price Code (Squared letters): ZH
- SPARS Code (SPARS code): DDD
Earth Dances, for orchestra (1986) Ensemble Modern Orchestra Pierre Boulez "Maybe the universal history is the history of a handful of metaphors.
Earth Dances recorded in April, 1995 at Severance Hall, Cleveland, Ohio. Panic recorded in October, 1995 at EMI Studio 1, Abbey Road, London. Cover: view of the Grand Canyon, USA, photographed from space by Challenger 6 in October 1984. Matrix, Runout: 452 104-2 01 +.
He has had over twenty five concerti written for him, by composers such as John Tavener, Michael Nyman, Gavin Bryars, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Michael Torke and Harrison Birtwistle. He also has written about 35 concert works and over 40 film and television scores.
Birtwistle: Panic by John Harle & Paul Clarvis & BBC Symphony Orchestra & Sir Andrew Davis. Panic" for saxophone, drum-kit and orchestra (1995) is perhaps Harrison Birtwistle's most notorious piece. Performed at the last night of the 1995 Proms, a time usually reserved for populist and patriotic traditional English music, it provoked an uproar among the conservative audience. It's no surprise why when the piece veers between sounding like an explosition in a jazz club and orchestral attempts to get a word in edgewise. The same musicians who premiered it, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Andrew Davis with saxophonist John Harle, record it here.
English drummer and percussionist who has played with many different bands and is involved with all musical genres, working with musicians ranging from Leonard Bernstein, Harrison Birtwistle and John Dankworth to Randy Crawford. Paul has recorded albums with Gordon Beck, Bryan Ferry, John Williams, Sam Rivers, Moondog, John Adams, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Marc Ribot, John Zorn, Michel Legrand, Elton John, Richard Thompson, The Orb, Henry Lowther and John Harle, along with Mose Allison, Randy Brecker and Ravi Shankar.
Album · 1996 · 2 Songs. John Harle, Sir Andrew Davis, BBC Symphony Orchestra & Paul Clarvis. Cleveland Orchestra & Christoph von Dohnányi.
Panic is a concertante work for alto saxophone, jazz drum kit, woodwinds, brass and percussion by Harrison Birtwistle. It was written in 1995 and premiered as part of the Last Night of the Proms on 16 September 1995 at the Royal Albert Hall, London. At the premiere the solo saxophone part was played by John Harle, the drum kit by Paul Clarvis and the BBC Symphony Orchestra was conducted by Andrew Davis. It was commissioned by John Drummond in his last season as director of The Proms.
Sir Harrison Paul Birtwistle, CH (born 15 July 1934) is a British composer. Harrison Birtwistle was born in Accrington, a mill town in Lancashire some 20 miles north of Manchester. His interest in music was encouraged by his mother, who bought him a clarinet when he was seven, and arranged for him to have lessons with the local bandmaster
Harrison Birtwistle - Earth Dances - Panic Жанр: Avant-garde, Modern Classical, Contemporary Год издания диска: 1996 Издатель (лейбл): ARGO Номер по каталогу: 452104-2 Аудиокодек: APE Тип рипа: image+. cue Битрейт аудио: lossless Продолжительность: 55:19 Источник: basa005 Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да Треклист: 1. Panic, for saxophone, drum kit & orchestra (Harle; BBC Symphony Orchestra; Davis) 2. Earth Dances, for. orchestra (Cleveland Orchestra; Dohnanyi). July 2011, 15:40 Harrison Birtwistle, Earth Dances. Panic came about as close to inducing a riot at the 1995 Last Night of the Proms as is possible given the context: Harle and Clarvis enjoy a thorough workout, otherwise this piece is about as thrilling as the average Hollywood sequel. Play it once to annoy the neighbours; Earth Dances is the work that you'll find yourself coming back to.