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Occasional Music

Music by Jane Wells

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

University of Texas Wind Ensemble

ensemble

Richard Addison

saxophone

Venue:

Bell Studios, London



Engineer:

David Lefeber



Record Label
Metier

Genre:

Chamber


Contemporary

Total Time - 37:58
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Occasional Music

 

JANE WELLS

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1 

Ultramarine

5:32
 Richard Addison saxophone
     
 

People and Places

 
2 I Starting Out 2:46
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble ensemble
3 II In a Quieter Place 4:52
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble ensemble
4 III A Bit of Action 4:15
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble ensemble
     
5 

One to Another

4:53
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble ensemble
     
6 

Wherever Next

3:35
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble ensemble
     
7 

Monday's Child

12:05
 University of Texas Wind Ensemble ensemble


Composer Jane Wells says that much of her music is inspired by projects with specific communities for special occasions - hence the title of the CD. Ultramarine and Wherever Next started out as music with dance.  Wells’s music is "of many moods" because of this, and has a life not just in itself but in the circumstances and events from which it was conceived.
 

“The Composers Ensemble perform well throughout and the recording is clear and well produced. The whole CD is a pleasure to listen to, and the compositions must also be a pleasure for the performers to play… this recording is a refreshing change. Jane Wells deserves a large audience for her music and for this CD.” 

Stephanie Cant

Women in Music Today



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