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David Gompper: Orchestral Works

Timothy Gill, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Emmanuel Siffert, Volkan Orhon

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Cello Concerto  
1.1
I. Mnemosyne
David Gompper; Timothy Gill; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Emmanuel Siffert
13:07
1.2
II. Lethe
David Gompper; Timothy Gill; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Emmanuel Siffert
9:39
Double Bass Concerto  
1.3
I. Penumbra
David Gompper; Volkan Orhon; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Emmanuel Siffert
11:04
1.4
II. Umbra - III. Antumbra
David Gompper; Volkan Orhon; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Emmanuel Siffert
15:42
Sunburst, Moonburst & Starburst  
1.5
II. Moonburst
David Gompper; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Emmanuel Siffert
10:36
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:08
David Gompper is an award-winning composer and the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2020. His luminously orchestrated and expressive works have attracted admiration throughout the US, Europe and beyond. Opening with relentless energy, the second movement of the Cello Concerto is spectral and dreamlike, while the Double Bass Concerto explores the light effects of a solar eclipse, using the soloist to suggest shadows, auras and glimpses of sound. A partner work to "Sunburst", the multi-layered "Moonburst" reflects the transformational imagery of nocturnal sounds and perceptions. David Gompperhas lived and worked professionally as a pianist, a conductor, and a composer in New York, San Diego, London, Nigeria, Michigan, Texas and Iowa. In 2002–03 Gompper was in Russia as a Fulbright Scholar, teaching, performing and conducting at the Moscow Conservatory. In 2009 he received an Academy Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters in New York City, and a Fromm Commission in 2013. Gompper’s compositions have been performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and Merkin Halls (New York), Wigmore Hall (London), the Konzerthaus (Vienna) and the Bolshoi and Rachmaninov Halls (Moscow Conservatory).
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