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Dan Redfeld: A Hopeful Place

Kristi Holden, Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra, Dan Redfeld

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A Hopeful Place  
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No. 1. Introduction - Ruminations
Dan Redfeld; Kristi Holden; Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra; Dan Redfeld
11:56
2
No. 2. Childhood
Dan Redfeld; Kristi Holden; Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra; Dan Redfeld
7:38
3
No. 3. Words They Never Say
Dan Redfeld; Kristi Holden; Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra; Dan Redfeld
3:14
4
No. 4. No Longer a Child - Somehow
Dan Redfeld; Kristi Holden; Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra; Dan Redfeld
9:27
5
No. 5. Vocalise
Dan Redfeld; Kristi Holden; Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra; Dan Redfeld
8:55
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No. 6. Bacchanal
Dan Redfeld; Kristi Holden; Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra; Dan Redfeld
3:32
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No. 7. A Hopeful Place
Dan Redfeld; Kristi Holden; Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra; Dan Redfeld
5:42
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No. 8. Evensong
Dan Redfeld; Kristi Holden; Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra; Dan Redfeld
4:51
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No. 9. Finale. Moments - I Wish You Music
Dan Redfeld; Kristi Holden; Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra; Dan Redfeld
9:10
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:25
A song cycle for soprano and chamber orchestra in nine movements, Dan Redfeld's A Hopeful Place follows a woman’s journey through life from birth to death: a life cycle song cycle, as librettist John Gabriel Koladziej describes the piece. Across the many movements, Redfeld and Koladziej explore the stages of life, from the adventurousness of childhood to the confusion of adolescence to the joys, pleasures, love and possibilities found in adulthood. Redfield dedicated the composition to soprano Kristi Holden, who takes centre stage on this recording, with Redfeld himself conducting the 20-piece Hollywood Studio Symphony.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

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