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Composing Without the Picture: Concert Works by Film Composers

Richard Harwood

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Impromptu for Cello Solo in Three Movements, Op. 90c  
1.1
I. Andante cantabile
Ernst Toch; Richard Harwood
2:52
1.2
II. Allegretto grazioso
Ernst Toch; Richard Harwood
1:19
1.3
III. Adagio, con espressione quasi der letzte Kampf
Ernst Toch; Richard Harwood
4:34
1.4
Toccata Capricciosa, Op. 36
Miklós Rózsa; Richard Harwood
7:04
Riflessi  
1.5
Riflesso No.1
Ennio Morricone; Richard Harwood
5:19
1.6
Riflesso No.2
Ennio Morricone; Richard Harwood
3:03
1.7
Riflesso No.3
Ennio Morricone; Richard Harwood
8:43
Three Pieces for Solo Cello  
1.8
I. Rosewood
John Williams; Richard Harwood
6:33
1.9
II. Pickin'
John Williams; Richard Harwood
2:36
1.10
III. The Long Way North
John Williams; Richard Harwood
7:14
1.11
Variations On A Slavic Theme
Christopher Gunning; Richard Harwood
8:41
1.12
I Think I Do Remember Him
Dario Marianelli; Richard Harwood
8:00
1.13
Theme from ‘Touching The Void’
Alex Heffes; Richard Harwood
6:46
1.14
Tarde, una tarde de mayo
Fernando Velázquez; Richard Harwood
4:37
1.15
Prelude
Benjamin Wallfisch; Richard Harwood
2:52
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:20:13
"... the performer in question is so completely and utterly in control of the expressive and technical dimensions of his instrument and its repertoire ... this is music that in fact speaks very clearly without the picture and Harwood's excellent recording does much to reinforce this view." - Gramophone Talented young cellist Richard Harwood presents this 2013 collection of solo concert works by major film composers. Composing Without The Picture features movie music from John Williams, Ennio Morricone, Ernst Toch and Miklós Rózsa together with world premiere recordings by composers Christopher Gunning, Dario Marianelli and Alex Heffes, among others. "Richard Harwood’s masterful playing of the Three Pieces for Solo Cello is greatly impressive and I’m deeply grateful to him for his commitment to this music." - John Williams
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Classics Studio Masters

Recorded in Hoo St Werburgh Church, Kent on 16-18 May 2013 Producer, Engineer & Editor: Adam Binks Recorded at 24-bit / 96kHz resolution Cover image: Televisions by Xavier Arnau (istockphoto) Session photography © Resonus Limited

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