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CHAN 10018
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CHAN 10018

Turnage: Another Set-to · Silent Cities · Four-Horned Fandango · Fractured Lines

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2002

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2002

Artists:

BBC Symphony Orchestra


Leonard Slatkin


Peter Erskine

percussion†

Evelyn Glennie

percussion†

Christian Lindberg

trombone*

Venue:

Walthamstow Assembly Hall



Producer:

Brian Couzens



Engineer:

Ralph Couzens


Christopher Brooke

(Assistant)

Michael Common

(Assistant)

Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Contemporary

Total Time - 56:01
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MARK ANTHONY TURNAGE

(b. 1960)
Select Complete Single Disc for
   
  premiere recordings  
   
1 

Another Set To*

8:48
  For trombone and orchestra  
  Bluesy and free  
2 

Silent Cities (revised version)

16:21
  Variants surrounding a tune by John Scofield  
  For orchestra  
  Nagging and obsessive - Calmer - With movement - Hazy and unclear - Clean and rhythmic - Smooth and serene  
3 

Four-Horned Fandango

14:49
  For four horns and orchestra  
  Murky - Bell-like - Strange and subdued - Gradually building - Fandango. Tight and rhythmic - Forceful - Murky and sinister - Spacious - Light and eerie  
  Timothy Brown - Michael Murray - Andrew Antcliff - Christopher Larkin horns  
4 

Fractured Lines†

16:03
  Double Percussion Concerto on a tune by Peter Erskine  
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'This is stunning and strongly recommended. Turnage's unique sound-world - as distinctive in its way as Mahler or Messiaen - springs to life on every level.'
BBC Music Magazine

This is stunning – and strongly recommended… Performance***** Sound *****
BBC Music Magazine ‘Best of 2002’

'Slatkin is clearly enjoying himself and soloists and orchestra come together to provide one of the most vivacious CDs to be released in a long time.'
Observer

'Exciting and challenging.'
The Independent




*****
P Austin

*****
P Houbert