Fred Lerdahl. Volume five.

Composer
Lerdahl, Fred, 1943- [Browse]
Uniform title
Format
Audio
Language
No linguistic content
Published/​Created
  • New Rochelle, NY : Bridge Records, [2017]
  • ℗©2017
Description
1 online resource (1 audio file)

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Summary note
"Representing a number of different phases in Lerdahl's career, the four works collected on the present disc provide rich evidence of the expressive and formal flexibility afforded by his 'post-modernism'"--Container insert.
Creation/​Production credits
Producers: David Starobin (Episodes and Refrains, Times 3, Quiet Music), Cameron Wiley (Time and Again)
Time and place of event
  • Episodes and Refrains recorded American Academy of Arts and Letters, NYC 2016 March 17.
  • Quiet Music recorded Packard Recital Hall, Colorado College Colorado Springs 2015 October 4.
  • Time and Again recorded Ordway Concert Hall, St. Paul, MN 2015 April 25.
  • Times 3 recorded American Academcy of Arts and Letters, NYC 2015 June 15-16.
Source of description
Hard copy version record.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
1st work: Windscape: Tara Helen O' Connor, flute, Randal Ellis, oboe, Alan R. Kay, clarinet, Frank Morelli, bassoon, David Jolley, french horn ; 2nd work: Quattro Mani: Steven beck and Susan Grace, piano ; 3rd work: Weiss-Kaplan-Stumpf Trio: Yael Weiss, piano, Mark Kaplan, violin, Peter Stumpf, cello ; 4th work: The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra: Roberto Abbado, conductor.
Contents
  • Episodes and refrains (1982) / Windscape (12:31)
  • Quiet music (1994, arranged 2001) / Quattro Mani (13:28)
  • Times 3 (2012) / Weiss-Kaplan-Stumpf Trio: I. Ratios (6:45)
  • II. Cycles (8:10)
  • III. Phases (4:08).
  • Time and again (2014) / The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra (16:12).
Other title(s)
Fred Lerdahl. Vol. 5
Publisher no.
BCD9484
OCLC
1225072961
International Standard Recording Code
  • USCRS1798401
  • USCRS1798402
  • USCRS1798403
  • USCRS1798404
  • USCRS1798405
  • USCRS1798406
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