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TROXLER, Y.: Brouhaha / Penn I / Shergotty / Kaleidoskop (Glass Farm Ensemble)

TROXLER, Y.: Brouhaha / Penn I / Shergotty / Kaleidoskop (Glass Farm Ensemble)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Oren Fader

Soloist

Bill Trigg

Soloist

Yvonne Troxler

Soloist

Anthony DiBartolo

Soloist

University of Texas Wind Ensemble



Record Label
Innova

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 42:45
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TROXLER, Y.: Brouhaha / Penn I / Shergotty / Kaleidoskop (Glass Farm Ensemble)

     
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YVONNE TROXLER

     
1 

Penn I

8:15
 Bill Trigg Soloist
     
 

Shergotty

 
2 I. — 3:41
 Anthony DiBartolo Soloist
3 II. — 3:02
 Bill Trigg Soloist
4 III. — 2:49
 Bill Trigg Soloist
     
 

Brouhaha

 
5 I. — 5:31
 Yvonne Troxler Soloist
6 II. — 5:53
 Yvonne Troxler Soloist
     
7 

Susurrus

7:00
 Yvonne Troxler Soloist
     
 

Kaleidoskop

 
8 I. — 2:05
 Oren Fader Soloist
9 II. — 2:04
 Oren Fader Soloist
10 III. — 2:25
 Yvonne Troxler Soloist


Brouhaha, the new album by Glass Farm Ensemble founder and director Yvonne Troxler, is far more than an assemblage of her most compelling new chamber pieces—it works the seams where music connects to the world and finds startling connections there. Whether drawing on the natural tones produced by a high-rise building in New York City during a storm (Penn 1), calling on the metaphorical weight of meteorites disguised as common rocks in a small Indian village in the three movements of Shergotty, or incorporating glass bowls into a work inspired by a Swiss musical tradition of rolling coins inside ceramic bowls, Troxler’s music doesn’t stand apart from the clamor of everyday life but instead embraces and celebrates it.
 
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