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CHAN 10039
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CHAN 10039

Picker: Keys to the City/ And Suddenly it's Evening/Concerto for Cello and Orchestra

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2003

Originally recorded in 2002

Artists:

Russian Philharmonic Orchestra


Thomas Sanderling


Paul Watkins

cello†

Jeremy Denk

piano*

Venue:

Studio 5, Moscow State Broadcasting and Recording House, Moscow



Producer:

Lubov Doronina



Engineer:

Dmitry Missailov


Alexander Karasev



Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Contemporary

Total Time - 61:30
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TOBIAS PICKER

(b. 1954)
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Keys to the City*

19:20
  Piano Concerto  
   
premiere recording
 

And Suddenly It's Evening (1994)

19:06  
2 I Heart of the earth 6:24
3 II Ray of the sun 7:11
4 III Suddenly evening 5:22
   
premiere recording
 

Concerto for Cello and Orchestra (1999)†

23:28  
5 I Not even the rain 5:09
6 II Brief journey 5:45
7 III Those we loved 5:55
8 IV Lament 6:24
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'This disc's primary attraction, though, is its inclusion of two newer, more reflective works' [which] prompt recognition that Picker's recent music displays a distinctively soulful style that is one of the glories of the current music scene'
BBC Music Magazine




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P Curtis

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T Langford