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Harbison, Ruggles & Stucky: Orchestral Works

Orchestras / Ensembles
Catalogue number8559836
Release date2018-06-08

This is the third recording in a multi-year partnership between the National Orchestral Institute Philharmonic and Naxos to release one album of American music each year. A study in dramatic contrasts, Carl Ruggles’ Sun-Treader is an overwhelming, granite-hued tone poem by one of New England’s most original and uncompromising composers. Steven Stucky’s luminous Pulitzer Prize-winning Second Concerto for Orchestra is a riveting exploration of sonority and soundpainting while John Harbison’s Fourth Symphony is a big, bold, jazzimbued work by one of America’s most important living symphonists.
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Extra material for download
  Composer: Ruggles, Carl
01 Sun-treader 15:25 $ 2.31 USD
  Composer: Stucky, Steven
  Concerto for Orchestra No. 2 25:25
02 Concerto for Orchestra No. 2: I. Overture (With Friends) 04:46 $ 0.72 USD
03 Concerto for Orchestra No. 2: II. Variations 13:47 $ 2.07 USD
04 Concerto for Orchestra No. 2: III. Finale 06:52 $ 1.03 USD
  Composer: Harbison, John
  Symphony No. 4 24:10
05 Symphony No. 4: I. Fanfare 02:59 $ 0.45 USD
06 Symphony No. 4: II. Intermezzo 05:20 $ 0.80 USD
07 Symphony No. 4: III. Scherzo 06:24 $ 0.96 USD
08 Symphony No. 4: IV. Threnody 04:54 $ 0.74 USD
09 Symphony No. 4: V. Finale 04:33 $ 0.68 USD
  Album total 65:00
ComposerHarbison, John
Ruggles, Carl
Stucky, Steven
OrchestraNational Orchestral Institute Philharmonic
ConductorMiller, David Alan
EngineerD'Urzo, Antonino

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