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Ross Harris: Symphony No. 5 - Violin Concerto No. 1

Sally-Anne Russell, Ilya Gringolts, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Eckehard Stier, Garry Walker

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Violin Concerto No. 1  
1
Part 1
Ross Harris; Ilya Gringolts; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Garry Walker
5:10
2
Part 2
Ross Harris; Ilya Gringolts; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Garry Walker
5:27
3
Part 3
Ross Harris; Ilya Gringolts; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Garry Walker
4:47
4
Part 4
Ross Harris; Ilya Gringolts; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Garry Walker
4:39
5
Part 5
Ross Harris; Ilya Gringolts; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Garry Walker
2:35
Symphony No. 5  
6
I. Adagio 1
Ross Harris; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Eckehard Stier
10:40
7
II. The line-up
Ross Harris; Sally-Anne Russell; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Eckehard Stier
2:21
8
III. Scherzo 1
Ross Harris; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Eckehard Stier
6:08
9
IV. Candlelight
Ross Harris; Sally-Anne Russell; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Eckehard Stier
4:45
10
V. Scherzo 2
Ross Harris; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Eckehard Stier
5:33
11
VI. Lessons learned from my father
Ross Harris; Sally-Anne Russell; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Eckehard Stier
3:28
12
VII. Adagio 2
Ross Harris; Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra; Eckehard Stier
9:29
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:02
The Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra presents this album of world premiere recordings of works by New Zealand composer Ross Harris, featuring his Fifth Symphony, inspired by the poems of Panni Palasti reflecting her experiences during World War II. Forming the emotional core of the work and set to gentle melodies against hushed, sophisticated orchestration, the three songs form a stark contrast with the violent and disturbing imagery of the two scherzos and the austere beauty of the opening and closing adagios. The beautifully textured Violin Concerto No. 1 hovers tantalizingly between tonality and atonality, with soloist Ilya Gringolts rarely out of the limelight.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

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