℗ 2020 Bridge Records
Duration 54m 15s
Record Label Bridge Records
Catalogue No. BCD9543
Release Date November 6, 2020
Genre Classical
 

Louis Karchin: Five Compositions

Various Artists

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Chamber Symphony  
1.1
I. —
Louis Karchin; Washington Square Ensemble; Louis Karchin
10:30
1.2
II. —
Louis Karchin; Washington Square Ensemble; Louis Karchin
6:48
1.3
III. —
Louis Karchin; Washington Square Ensemble; Louis Karchin
5:28
1.4
Rochester Celebration
Louis Karchin; Margaret Kampmeier
6:35
1.5
Postlude (Version for Trumpet & Piano)
Louis Karchin; Sam Jones; Han Chen
4:17
1.6
Quest
Louis Karchin; Alice Teyssier; Ashley Jackson
8:12
1.7
Barcarole Variations
Louis Karchin; Renée Jolles; Susan Jolles
12:25
Duration    54m 15s
Composer Louis Karchin has created a substantial body of work to date, including his recent opera Jane Eyre and more than half a dozen pieces for orchestra, and a plethora of chamber and vocal compositions. BRIDGE's second Karchin disc presents five recent works composed during the past decade 2009-2019, featuring the composer's "Chamber Symphony" (2009).
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