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ROBERT STARER: "Evanescence" for Brass Quintet (1980)

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Published on Sep 19, 2010

Robert Starer (1924-2001)

performed by The American Brass Quintet:

Raymond Mase, Chris Gekker, trumpets
David Wakefield, horn
Michael Powell, trombone
John Rojak, bass trombone

from Albany TROY244 (1997)

http://www.albanyrecords.com

The Albany Symphony Orchestra has had a long association with both Francis Thorne and Robert Starer. The Orchestra commissioned Thorne's Symphony No. 7and performed the Hudson Valley Suite by Robert Starer in the early eighties shortly after it was premiered by the Hudson Valley Philharmonic. To complete this disc, there are works for brass quintet by each composer. This recording will appeal to those who enjoy contemporary American music.

Contents:
Robert Starer, composer
Evanescence
American Brass Quintet

Robert Starer, composer
Hudson Valley Suite
Albany Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor

Francis Thorne, composer
Symphony No. 7 "Along the Hudson"
Albany Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor, Crane Concert Choir

Francis Thorne, composer
Simultaneities
American Brass Quintet, Richard Fitz, percussion, Stephen Bell, guitar

Review:
"This well-matched quartet of works by two composers active and-or resident in upstate New York offers two complementary compositions from each: a short piece for brass quintet and a larger Orchestral work inspired by the Hudson Valley region. I don't think there are any undiscovered masterpieces here. If lacking something in brilliance and vigor, performances are alert and sound quality acceptable." (Fanfare)

  • Category

  • Song

    • Evanescence
  • Artist

    • American Brass Quintet
  • Album

    • Starer & Thorne
  • Licensed to YouTube by

    • The Orchard Music (on behalf of Albany Records)

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