℗ 2013 London Symphony Orchestra Ltd
 

Turnage: Speranza & From the Wreckage

London Symphony Orchestra, Håkan Hardenberger, Daniel Harding

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1
From the Wreckage
Mark-Anthony Turnage; London Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding; Håkan Hardenberger
15:52
Speranza  
2
I. Amal
Mark-Anthony Turnage; London Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding
11:55
3
II. Hoffen
Mark-Anthony Turnage; London Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding
9:53
4
III. Dóchas
Mark-Anthony Turnage; London Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding
6:35
5
IV. Tikvah
Mark-Anthony Turnage; London Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding
11:22
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:37
LSO Live presents the world premiere recording of Mark-Anthony Turnage's large-scale orchestral work Speranza ('Hope'), a piece commissioned by the LSO as part of Turnage's residency with the orchestra in early 2013. Turnage is one of the most admired composers of his generation, and has long been associated with the London Symphony Orchestra. Daniel Harding appears in his conducting debut for LSO Live.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lso Live Studio Masters

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