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Monuments: Magnuson - Hodkinson - Ogren - Gallego

Illinois State University Wind Symphony, Martin H. Seggelke

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1.1
House Plants in Terracotta Pots
Roy David Magnuson; Illinois State University Wind Symphony; Martin H. Seggelke
3:12
Duae Cantatae Breves  
1.2
I. Grave - Dedamando - Placido
Sydney Hodkinson; Illinois State University Wind Symphony; Martin H. Seggelke
9:52
1.3
II. Adagio - Con Grandezza - Calmo - Lento
Sydney Hodkinson; Illinois State University Wind Symphony; Martin H. Seggelke
12:57
1.4
Evening Music
Jayce John Ogren; Allyss Haecker; Illinois State University Wind Symphony; Martin H. Seggelke
9:53
1.5
Sinfonia No. 1, "Kaprekar"
Francisco José Martínez Gallego; Illinois State University Wind Symphony; Martin H. Seggelke
27:28
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    63:22
The Illinois State University Wind Symphony continues its much lauded series devoted to modern American music for winds with this sequence of world premiere recordings of works by Roy Magnuson, Sydney Hodkinson, Jayce John Ogren and José Martínez Gallego. Soprano Allyss Haecker appears on Ogren’s richly imagined and poetic Evening Music.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at the Center for the Performing Arts, Illinois State University, USA, from 21st to 23rd November, 2014 Producer: Brad Genevro Co-producers: David Collier and Martin Seggelke Production assistant: Jamie Orzechowski Engineer and editor: Bruce Leek Publishers: Roy David Magnuson (track 1); Theodore Presser Co. (tracks 2-3); McClaren Publications / C. Alan Publications (track 4); F.J. Martínez Gallego (track 5) Booklet notes by the composers Cover art: Alexandra Seggelke

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