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East of the Sun & West of the Moon

Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz, Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Stanislav Vavřínek

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Symphony No. 1 "Triptych for Orchestra"  
1
I. Ceremonies
Daniel Crozier; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz
10:53
2
II. Capriccio
Daniel Crozier; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz
9:22
3
III. Fairy Tale (East of the Sun & West of the Moon)
Daniel Crozier; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz
13:59
4
Ballade (A Tale After the Brothers Grimm)
Daniel Crozier; Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra; Stanislav Vavřínek
11:28
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    45:42
Daniel Crozier's East of The Sun and West of The Moon is an exercise in musical storytelling; the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra records Ballade: A Tale after the Brothers Grimm bringing out three sonic characters whose interaction creates the story of the piece and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra realize the expansive Symphony No. 1 "Triptych for Orchestra" with sensitivity and an ear for narrative.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

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