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Network: Puts - Britten - Mahler - Bryant

The Ohio State University Wind Symphony, Russel C. Mikkelson

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1.1
Network (transc. by R. Kelly for wind ensemble)
Kevin Puts; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
6:59
The Sword in the Stone Suite (arr. by O. Knussen & C. Matthews)  
1.2
I. Introduction and Boys' Tunes
Benjamin Britten; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
2:05
1.3
II. Merlyn's Tune and Tree Music
Benjamin Britten; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
1:46
1.4
III. Merlyn's Spell and Witch Tune
Benjamin Britten; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
1:07
1.5
IV. Bird Music
Benjamin Britten; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
1:07
1.6
V. Lullaby
Benjamin Britten; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
1:33
1.7
VI. Water Theme and End Music
Benjamin Britten; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
2:27
Rückert-Lieder  
1.8
No. 4. Um Mitternacht
Gustav Mahler; Katherine Rohrer; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
6:31
Concerto for Wind Ensemble  
1.9
Movement I –
Steven Bryant; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
8:07
1.10
Movement II –
Steven Bryant; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
6:20
1.11
Movement III
Steven Bryant; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
5:48
1.12
Movement IV –
Steven Bryant; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
10:04
1.13
Movement V
Steven Bryant; The Ohio State University Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson
4:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:34
One of the most recognized wind bands in the United States, the Ohio State University Wind Symphony and conductor by Russel C. Mikkelson have been strong advocates for the composition of new works for wind band. This album features the title piece Network by Pulitzer Prize-winner Kevin Puts, who describes the work as an explosive concert opener. Benjamin Britten considered his incidental music for The Sword in the Stone to be "deep and subtle", Mahler’s setting of Um Mitternacht, highlighting soprano Katherine Rohrer, reflects the poet Rückert’s persistent battle with darkness while Steven Bryant’s Concerto divides the wind ensemble into antiphonal groups, forming a showpiece that both requires and celebrates virtuosity.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Weigel Auditorium, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA, from 20th to 21st March, 2015 Executive producer: Russel C. Mikkelson Associate producer: Scott A. Jones Assistant producers: Phil Day, Nicholas Enz, Matthew King, Bryen Warfield and Zachary Dierickx Engineer and editor: Ray Dillard Mastering: George Graves, The Lacquer Channel, Toronto Publishers: Aperto Press, Bill Holab Music (track 1); Faber Music Ltd. (tracks 2-7); Universal Edition (track 8); Gorilla Salad Music (tracks 9-13) Booklet notes: Kevin Puts, Colin Matthews, Elizabeth and Joseph Kahn, and Steven Bryant Cover: Network by Artellia / Dreamstime

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