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Sergio Cervetti: Triptych Revelation

Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Ondřej Jurčeka

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Concerto for Trumpet, Strings & Timpani "Septim Tubae"
Sergio Cervetti; Ondřej Jurčeka; Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra; Petr Vronský
Piano Quintet "Toward the Abyss"  
I. Toward the Abyss
Sergio Cervetti; Omar Chen Guey; Rohan Gregory; Peter Sulski; Jacques Lee Wood; Karolina Rojahn
II. Hell or Heaven, What Does It Matter?
Sergio Cervetti; Omar Chen Guey; Rohan Gregory; Peter Sulski; Jacques Lee Wood; Karolina Rojahn
III. To Discover Something New in the Depths of the Unknown
Sergio Cervetti; Omar Chen Guey; Rohan Gregory; Peter Sulski; Jacques Lee Wood; Karolina Rojahn
The Hay Wain  
I. Fall of the Rebel Angels
Sergio Cervetti; Sergio Cervetti
II. The Lovers
Sergio Cervetti; Sergio Cervetti
III. Demons Construct the Tower
Sergio Cervetti; Sergio Cervetti
IV. The Procession
Sergio Cervetti; Sergio Cervetti
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:55
In Triptych Revelation composer Sergio Cervetti presents three works exploring apocalyptic themes from across four decades of his extensive career. The Concerto for Trumpet, Strings, and Timpani pays homage to the Book of Revelation passage, “And the seventh angel sounded the trumpet” (XI:15), while the Piano Quintet “Toward the Abyss” is a loving lament written in memory of the composer’s sister, and the electroacoustic tone poem The Hay Wain uses a virtual orchestra to create colourful, grotesque responses to a medieval triptych of the same name by painter Hieronymus Bosch.
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