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ROLNICK, N.: Gardening At Gropius House / Anosmia (Alarm Will Sound, San Francisco New Music Ensemble)

ROLNICK, N.: Gardening At Gropius House / Anosmia (Alarm Will Sound, San Francisco New Music Ensemble)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

University of Texas Wind Ensemble

Ensemble

members Alarm Will Sound

Ensemble

Alarm Will Sound, members

Chamber

San Francisco New Music Ensemble

Chamber

Venue:

Recital Hall of the National Opera Center, New York, United States

Venue

Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, California, United States

Venue

Record Label
Innova

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 32:26
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NEIL B. ROLNICK

     
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Gardening at Gropius House

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Anosmia

29:24
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble Ensemble
     


Rejecting European modernism in the head modernist’s own backyard.  And imagining the world without a nose.  These are the points of departure for Neil Rolnick’s new album, Gardening At Gropius House.  And though the topics sound serious, the music is joyful and uplifting, infused with grooves and sticky melodies, with exuberant and virtuosic writing all around. In a recent feature on Rolnick at NewMusicBox.com, Frank Oteri said “over 30 years he has helped to create a much changed musical landscape in the United States.”  Gardening At Gropius House and Anosmia keep pushing those changes.  The title piece, a concerto for violin, computer and ensemble, features the irrepressible Todd Reynolds with members of Alarm Will Sound, conducted by Alan Pierson.  The second piece, Anosmia, is a monodrama for three singers (Andy Osmia and the 2 Scents), computer and ensemble, featuring baritone Daniel Cilli and the New Music Ensemble of the San Francisco Conservatory, conducted by Nicole Paiement. Give it a sniff.

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