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RE 0133

Raymond Deane: Noctuary

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Hugh Tinney

piano

Venue:

Studio 1, RTÉ Radio Studios, Dublin

Venue

Producer:

Adam Binks

Producer

Engineer:

Thomas Norton

Engineer

Record Label
Resonus

Genre:

Piano


Contemporary

Total Time - 47:18
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1 I Minerva's Owl 4:18
2 II Versipel 2:18
3 III Duskiss 4:41
4 IV Nachtfalter 2:37
5 V Mezzotint 5:20
6 VI ...hitherandthithering... 3:37
7 VII Eine Trauerweide… 3:19
8 VIII Terzengang 3:38
9 IX Night Watches 5:21
10 X Cereus 5:19
11 XI Lunar Boogie 2:47
12 XII Couchant 4:03
     
 Hugh Tinney piano

Resonus – RE 0133 – Raymond Deane: Noctuary for piano

Making his Resonus debut, the prize-winning pianist Hugh Tinney presents a world premiere recording of Noctuary, a cycle of night-pieces for piano by the celebrated Irish composer Raymond Deane.

Composed in 2010 – 11, and recorded in the composer’s sixtieth birthday year, Noctuary takes influence from the Cereus drawings by the artist Renate Debrun that feature in the album’s artwork and booklet. Comprising two books of six movements each, Noctuary presents a varied, vivid, and atmospheric musical realisation of the dead of night.

A major contributor to Irish concert life in the last thirty years as well as performing with many great orchestras throughout the world, Hugh Tinney performs Noctuary with panache and dedication, creating a dramatically lucid and eloquent nocturnal sound world.



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