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Heavy Weather

Carrie Koffman, Hartt Wind Ensemble, Glen Adsit, Scott Mendoker, Marc Goldberg

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Sull'ala  
1.1
I. Propulsion
Susan Botti; Carrie Koffman; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
7:18
1.2
Murmuration 1
Susan Botti; Carrie Koffman; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
3:34
1.3
II. Torque
Susan Botti; Carrie Koffman; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
6:58
1.4
Murmuration 2
Susan Botti; Carrie Koffman; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
1:51
1.5
III. Aloft
Susan Botti; Carrie Koffman; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
6:28
Heavy Weather  
1.6
I. Heat Wave
Jess Langston Turner; Scott Mendoker; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
9:25
1.7
II. Supercell
Jess Langston Turner; Scott Mendoker; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
13:08
Guignol (Version for Bassoon & Wind Ensemble)  
1.8
I. Disputes
Stephen Michael Gryc; Marc Goldberg; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
4:09
1.9
II. A Strange Occurrence in the Night
Stephen Michael Gryc; Marc Goldberg; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
4:39
1.10
III. Running Amok
Stephen Michael Gryc; Marc Goldberg; Hartt Wind Ensemble; Glen Adsit
4:18
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    61:48
The Hartt School Wind Ensemble presents recent concertante works by three contemporary American composers- demonstrating once more the versatility of the ensemble, heard here in conjunction with soloists. Susan Botti’s sull’ala is inspired by flight, expressed in rhythm, harmony and texture, while Jess Langston Turner describes powerful meteorological phenomena in Heavy Weather. In Guignol, Stephen Michael Grye conjures witty banter and frenetic action from his puppet hero.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

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