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SOLLBERGER, H.: Chamber Music (Spillville and Gilead) (Red Cedar Chamber Music)

SOLLBERGER, H.: Chamber Music (Spillville and Gilead) (Red Cedar Chamber Music)

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Red Cedar Chamber Music

Ensemble

Red Cedar Chamber Music



Record Label
Fleur de Son

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 55:17
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SOLLBERGER, H.: Chamber Music (Spillville and Gilead) (Red Cedar Chamber Music)

     
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HARVEY SOLLBERGER

     
 

Spillville

 
1 I. Far From Home 6:09
2 II. Serenade No. 1: Dobru noc, ma mila (Sleep, my Love) 1:21
3 III. It Is Very Strange Here 5:36
4 IV. Serenade No. 2: Dudacka Polka and Czaldy Waldy 1:25
5 V. Dvorak and the Scarlet Tanager, "his damn bird" 1:20
6 VI. Serenade No. 3: Tece voda, tece (Flow Waters, Flow) 1:56
7 VII. Hasty Retreat 4:39
     
 

Perhaps Gilead

 
8 I. Constructing a Horizon: Prairie Sunset and Moonrise 7:15
9 II. The Armed Man 11:45
10 III. Fantasy-Potpourri: Sunday Afternoon Music at Reverend Boughton's 13:51
     
  Red Cedar Chamber Music Ensemble


Spillville and Gilead are two tiny Iowa towns - one actual and one fictional -located in the heartland of the USA. Spillville was the actual summer respite of Antonin Dvor?ák in 1893. Gilead is the fictional home of a militant supporter of the abolitionist movement in the 1860’s. Composer Harvey Sollberger retired to his native Iowa after a time in New York, Indiana and California, and found himself attracted to Iowa’s culture and heritage. The two works on this album reflect his love and respect for the Midwest. This is yet another significantly historic and artful contribution to the discography of virtuoso players, Red Cedar Chamber Music.

 "...Performances are sympathetic."

Allen Gimbel - American Record Guide - March/April 2013


                    Repertoire  *****            Sound ****          Interpretation *****

Detlev Bork - Ensemble magazine - February/March 2013




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