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Mark-Anthony Turnage: Remembering

London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Simon Rattle

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Remembering 'In Memoriam Evan Scofield'  
1
I. First Movement
Mark-Anthony Turnage; London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle
7:04
2
II. Second Movement
Mark-Anthony Turnage; London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle
6:23
3
III. Third Movement
Mark-Anthony Turnage; London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle
7:23
4
IV. Fourth Movement
Mark-Anthony Turnage; London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle
8:29
Total Playing Time    29:19
“Remembering is a substantial work in four movements, the first and third of which feature Turnage’s trademark percussive rhythms and syncopated patterns with variable results. But the keening wind (including soprano saxophone) and elegiac tread of the second movement are more consistently effective, while the fourth-movement lament with its ritual bells is similarly potent.”
- London Evening Standard

“Across the 30-minute span I was determined there should be enough variety to reflect Evan Scofield as an original and positive person, avoiding a mournful tone throughout, opening up a wider humanity.”
- Mark-Anthony Turnage, composer

Written in memory of Evan Scofield, the son of John Scofield (a jazz guitarist and frequent collaborator of the composer), Mark-Anthony Turnage’s Remembering is a moving yet varied piece, performed here with tenderness by the renowned Sir Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – London Symphony Orchestra Studio Masters

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