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Open Score: Contemporary Music for All

London Sinfonietta, Gregory Rose

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1
Mechanik
Philip Cashian; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
2:37
2
A Fatal Optimist
Donnacha Dennehy; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
4:08
3
Counting my Numberless Fingers
Alexander Campkin; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
5:14
4
Feather and Groove
Tansy Davies; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
6:45
5
When (ensemble with solo cello)
Amoret Abis; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
9:14
6
Dutch Courage
Philip Venables; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
4:24
7
Four Minutes, Four Daydreams
Paul Burnell; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
4:20
8
Four Humours
Naomi Pinnock; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
5:58
9
CoM(A)Chord
Roxanna Panufnik; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
1:32
10
The Illusion of Progress
Howard Jones; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
8:44
11
In C Interlude
Michael Nyman; London Sinfonietta; Gregory Rose
5:08
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:04
Gregory Rose leads the London Sinfonietta on these works generated by Open Score, a project of Contemporary Music for All (CoMA) to provide repertoire for amateur ensembles of all sizes and instrumentation. A different artistic director is appointed each year to commission works from some of the most inspiring and progressive composers living or working in the UK, Ireland and continental Europe. Most artistic directors to date have been composers themselves who have written successful works for CoMA in the past. Their year as Open Score artistic director gives them an opportunity to write another work.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – NMC Recordings Studio Masters

Recorded October 12 - 13, 2015 at St Dunstan’s, Stepney, London
Recording engineer and producer: David Lefeber

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