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PETER LIEUWEN: "River of Crystal Light"

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Uploaded on May 19, 2010

"River of Crystal Light" (1999) for Clarinet, Harp, Piano and Strings

David Campbell, clarinet/Texas Music Festival Orchestra conducted by
Franz Anton Krager

from Albany TROY928

http://www.albanyrecords.com

An attractive array of shimmering, shuddering sonorities.

The music of the outstanding American composer Peter Lieuwen has been described by The New York Times as "an attractive array of shimmering, shuddering sonorities." This recording explores 20 years of music-making in four different genres: large orchestra, small ensemble, solo concerto and chamber concerto.

Contents:
Peter Lieuwen, composer
Living Waters
University of Houston Moores School Symphony Orchestra, Franz Anton Krager, conductor

Peter Lieuwen, composer
Anachronisms
Jeffrey Lerner, clarinet, Chester Rowell, bass clarinet, Werner Rose, piano, David Tomatz, cello

Peter Lieuwen, composer
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
University of Houston Moores School Symphony Orchestra, Franz Anton Krager, conductor, Andrzej Grabiec, violin

Peter Lieuwen, composer
River of Crystal Light
Texas Music Festival Orchestra, Franz Anton Krager, conductor, David Campbell, clarinet

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