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John Corigliano: Conjurer - Vocalise

Evelyn Glennie, Hila Plitmann, Albany Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller

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Conjurer  
1.1
Cadenza I
John Corigliano; Evelyn Glennie; Albany Symphony Orchestra; David Alan Miller
3:42
1.2
I. Wood
John Corigliano; Evelyn Glennie; Albany Symphony Orchestra; David Alan Miller
6:10
1.3
Cadenza II
John Corigliano; Evelyn Glennie; Albany Symphony Orchestra; David Alan Miller
2:39
1.4
II. Metal
John Corigliano; Evelyn Glennie; Albany Symphony Orchestra; David Alan Miller
11:58
1.5
Cadenza III
John Corigliano; Evelyn Glennie; Albany Symphony Orchestra; David Alan Miller
2:34
1.6
III. Skin
John Corigliano; Evelyn Glennie; Albany Symphony Orchestra; David Alan Miller
9:22
1.7
Vocalise
John Corigliano; Hila Plitmann; Mark Baechle; Albany Symphony Orchestra; David Alan Miller
21:16
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    57:41
"... (Miller and the orchestra) provide impressive accompaniment to the superb soloists. Anyone with any interest at all in contemporary composition or exemplary percussion playing will want to hear this ..."
- Fanfare

"The range of sonorities (in Conjurer) is vast and the drama that Corigliano achieves keeps the ear entranced. Glennie draws magical sounds from the artillery at her hands and feet and the Albany Symphony are superb collaborators."
- Gramophone

Pulitzer Prize-winning American composer John Corigliano was fascinated and challenged by the idea of writing a percussion concerto: the result can be heard on the two works on this Grammy-winning album. The first piece, Conjurer, features Dame Evelyn Glennie, one of the world’s greatest percussionists. Corigliano's second piece is Vocalise, a wordless composition for voice, electronics and orchestra, featuring the Albany Symphony Orchestra led by David Alan Miller.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy, New York, on 13th March, 2011 (tracks 1-6), and at EMPAC (Experimental Media Performing Arts Center), RPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Troy, New York, on 22nd May, 2011 (track 7)
Produced and engineered by Silas Brown and John Corigliano
Assistant engineers: Doron Schachter and James Perrella
Electronic sound design: Teese Gohl (track 7)
Additional sound design: Angie Teo (track 7)

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