℗ 2005 Chandos
 

Dedication in Time: Chamber Music by Margaret Hubicki

Daniel Pailthorpe, James Kirby, Annemarie Sand, Bochmann String Quartet, Robert Max, Michael Bochmann, Frederick Stocken

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1.1
From the Isles of the Sea
Margaret Hubicki; Daniel Pailthorpe; James Kirby
7:41
Piano Sonata  
1.2
I. Allegro risoluto
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby
8:12
1.3
II. Pastorale: Tranquillo, ma non troppo lento
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby
5:43
1.4
III. Allegro moderato
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby
5:47
1.5
Full Fathom Five
Margaret Hubicki; Annemarie Sand; James Kirby
2:04
1.6
Theme and Variations
Margaret Hubicki; Bochmann String Quartet
11:32
Irish Fantasy  
1.7
No. 1. The Lonely Piper
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby
2:36
1.8
No. 2. The Banshee's Dance
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby
2:03
1.9
No. 3. The Sorrow of Etaine
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby
2:53
1.10
No. 4. Reel
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby
1:34
2 Contrasting Pieces  
1.11
No. 1. Loney Mere
Margaret Hubicki; Robert Max; James Kirby
5:16
1.12
No. 2. Rigaudon
Margaret Hubicki; Robert Max; James Kirby
3:19
1.13
Svolgimento
Margaret Hubicki; Michael Bochmann; James Kirby
7:37
Goladon Suite  
1.14
I. Serenade
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby; Frederick Stocken
1:32
1.15
II. Easter Chorale
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby; Frederick Stocken
2:05
1.16
III. Summer's Eve
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby; Frederick Stocken
2:02
1.17
IV. The Spindle Song
Margaret Hubicki; James Kirby; Frederick Stocken
1:56
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    73:52
"Performances, production and engineering do Hubicki absolutely proud ... I’d wager that the Piano Sonata in particular will win its nonagenarian creator many new admirers." - Gramophone "I have nothing but praise (for the musicians). Pianist James Kirby, who plays in all but one of the pieces, is outstanding ... this is really a very enjoyable disc; much of it makes for relaxed or otherwise occupied listening ... recommended." - Fanfare "... very likeable music. I regret not previously knowing Margaret Hubicki’s work and that a 'late' anniversary should only now trigger interest in it. Chandos is to be congratulated for its initiative and for securing excellent performances, recording and presentation." - International Record Review This 2005 release celebrated the 90th birthday of British composer Margaret Hubicki; sadly, she died less than a year after it came out. Consisting almost entirely of world premieres, the album features the Bochmann Quartet with mezzo-soprano Annemarie Sand, flutist Daniel Pailthorpe, cellist Robert Max and pianists James Kirby and Frederick Stocken.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Chandos Studio Masters

Recorded July 12 and 13, 2004, Henry Wood Hall, London Producer: Rachel Smith Engineer: Jonathan Cooper Assistant engineer: Michael Common

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