℗ 2022 Navona
Released April 22, 2022
Duration 1h 08m 51s
Catalogue No. NV6416
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

Colson: Rise

Western Brass Quintet, Benjamin Kamins, Matthew Strauss, Clare Longendyke, Clocks in Motion, Capitol Quartet

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1.1
How We Change
David Colson; Western Brass Quintet
11:34
1.2
The Wind Is Rising, the Earth Lets Itself Be Inhaled
David Colson; Benjamin Kamins; Matthew Strauss
14:41
Rise  
1.3
I. Hear the Sun's Thunder
David Colson; Clare Longendyke; Clocks in Motion
3:44
1.4
II. I Am Rain, Falling Slowly on the Leaves That Shiver and Sparkle
David Colson; Clare Longendyke; Clocks in Motion
4:42
1.5
III. We All Shine On
David Colson; Clare Longendyke; Clocks in Motion
4:16
1.6
IV. Moonlight Slips Through the Broken Glass
David Colson; Clare Longendyke; Clocks in Motion
4:42
1.7
V. Fire Is Born!
David Colson; Clare Longendyke; Clocks in Motion
4:29
Dionysian Mysteries  
1.8
I. Madness Is My Specialty
David Colson; Capitol Quartet
2:34
1.9
II. Bacchus Found Him Beside the Lotus
David Colson; Capitol Quartet
4:11
1.10
III. Reality Doesn't Impress Me (What Wine Goes with Cap'n Crunch?)
David Colson; Capitol Quartet
2:35
1.11
IV. Rainbow Body
David Colson; Capitol Quartet
6:49
1.12
V. Let's Rave! (I Feel More Like I Did When I Came in Than I Do Now)
David Colson; Capitol Quartet
4:34
On Rise: Music in Times of Uncertainty, composer David Colson employs conventional and innovative chamber combinations alike to express a wide array of emotional content. Drawing upon years of experience as a performer, conductor, and composer, his command over the music and ability to adapt is present on each piece. How We Change for brass quintet pays homage to a dear friend with quick-changing tempos and unequal phrases, which represent the flood of emotions caused by sudden loss. The Wind Is Rising, the Earth lets itself be inhaled for bassoon and percussion, simultaneously primitive and cosmic, calls for respect for the earth. The micro-concerto RISE for piano and percussion quartet highlights various percussion elements to emphasize the performers’ skill and versatility. Finally, Dionysian Mysteries, composed freeform with minimal methodology, allows the saxophone quartet to plumb the depths of their instruments’ capabilities to render raw, emotional sound.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.30
-11.10 to -0.50
-26.21
-36.96 to -19.67
14
12 to 20
1
How We Change
-0.50-23.7315
2
The Wind Is Rising, the Earth Lets Itself Be Inhaled
-0.50-29.5520
3
I. Hear the Sun's Thunder
-0.60-22.3114
4
II. I Am Rain, Falling Slowly on the Leaves That Shiver and Sparkle
-11.10-36.9616
5
III. We All Shine On
-2.19-24.8514
6
IV. Moonlight Slips Through the Broken Glass
-8.24-32.9513
7
V. Fire Is Born!
-0.60-21.4715
8
I. Madness Is My Specialty
-1.58-22.4513
9
II. Bacchus Found Him Beside the Lotus
-2.72-25.8412
10
III. Reality Doesn't Impress Me (What Wine Goes with Cap'n Crunch?)
-1.75-23.5214
11
IV. Rainbow Body
-9.13-31.2313
12
V. Let's Rave! (I Feel More Like I Did When I Came in Than I Do Now)
-0.71-19.6713

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