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Beneath the Tide

Bruno Philipp, Croatian Chamber Orchestra, Miran Vaupotić, Mojca Ramušćak, Pedro Ribeiro Rodrigues, Goran Končar, Charlene Farrugia

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Clarinet Concerto, Op. 186  
1
I. Dithyramb
Michael G. Cunningham; Bruno Philipp; Croatian Chamber Orchestra; Miran Vaupotić
5:35
2
II. Lithe
Michael G. Cunningham; Bruno Philipp; Croatian Chamber Orchestra; Miran Vaupotić
4:01
3
III. Charivari
Michael G. Cunningham; Bruno Philipp; Croatian Chamber Orchestra; Miran Vaupotić
5:25
4
In Passages
Rain Worthington; Mojca Ramušćak; Croatian Chamber Orchestra; Miran Vaupotić
10:12
5
Guitar Concerto No. 1
Ssu-Yu Huang; Pedro Ribeiro Rodrigues; Croatian Chamber Orchestra; Miran Vaupotić
15:13
6
Lullaby
Bruce Reiprich; Goran Končar; Croatian Chamber Orchestra; Miran Vaupotić
5:51
Concerto for Piano & Orchestra  
7
I. Moderato
Beth Mehocic; Charlene Farrugia; Croatian Chamber Orchestra; Miran Vaupotić
6:03
8
II. Lento
Beth Mehocic; Charlene Farrugia; Croatian Chamber Orchestra; Miran Vaupotić
4:41
9
III. Allegretto
Beth Mehocic; Charlene Farrugia; Croatian Chamber Orchestra; Miran Vaupotić
7:05
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:06
PARMA Recordings, together with the esteemed Croatian Chamber Orchestra, is proud to release Beneath The Tide, a reflection on human emotion and experience through a collection of five concertos. As the title suggests, Beneath The Tide looks under the surface, examining underlying human realities that rise to the surface with the arrival of life’s changes.

Beneath The Tide starts off with "Clarinet Concertos" by Michael G. Cunningham. A weighty, dissonant performance, the solo clarinet is carried by the sometimes urgent, sometimes quietly brooding harmonies of the orchestra. Clarinet Concertos is followed by Rain Worthington’s In Passages for string orchestra, where the solo violin and orchestra pass the lead voice back and forth. This action mimics the interplay between human emotion and experience, as emotions sometimes take the lead and other times fade into the background. Ssu-Yu Huang’s "Guitar Concerto No. 1" (Remembrance of Hometown) is a reflection on nostalgia after moving to a foreign country. The guitar’s voice, which sings a motif inspired by a Hengchun folksong “Nostalgia,” is balanced by the accompanying orchestra, conveying the sudden outbursts of suppressed emotions that one in the midst of melancholy may experience.

These somber, reflective pieces are complemented by the final two, more lighthearted performances. Bruce Reiprich’s "Lullaby", written upon the birth of a friend’s child, is a harmonically lush composition for violin solo and orchestra. Tender and sentimental, the piece reflects on the wonder of new life and the love that comes as people gather to help a child grow. Beneath The Tide concludes with the triumphant Concerto for Piano and Orchestra by Beth Mehocic—triumphant not only in character, but also for the fact that the piece has finally been brought to life after its creation 40 years ago. The piece, which had been considered “too conventional” by Mehocic’s instructors, is a grand, thematic performance with bright brass, lively percussion, and swooping piano gestures, and its entry into the listening sphere is not to be missed.

Beneath The Tide provides a stunning look into the minds of five composers, as well as a reflection on the human experience itself. Demonstrating the multifacetedness of the recording orchestra, and the limitlessness of the denotation “concerto,” Beneath The Tide is a first-rate classical experience.
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