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SIG 233

These Visions

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2010

Recorded in 24 Bit / 48Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Lunar Saxophone Quartet



Venue:

Ty Cerdd

28 Jun - 2 Jul 2010

Producer:

Joel Garthwaite & James Clarke


Chris Petrie & James Clarke



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Saxophones




Total Time - 71:54
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JOHN METCALF

1 

On Song

8:33
 

PETE REYNOLDS

2 

The Head of Brass

11:46
 

CHRIS PETRIE

3 

Caneuon Cymru

11:02
 

HILARY TANN

4 

Some of the Silence

10:07
   
 

CHRISTOPHER PAINTER

 

Lunar Seas

 
5 Lacus Gaudii (Lake of Joy) 1:50
6 Mare Vaporum (Sea of Vapours) 1:54
7 Mare Anguis (Serpent Sea) 1:06
8 Lacus Doloris (Lake of Sorrows) 1:32
9 Mare Procellarum (Ocean of Storms) 1:22
   
 

MARK DAVID BODEN

10 

These visions did appear...

9:51
   
 

ASHLEY JOHN LONG

 

Hevelspending

 
11 Quaver = 200 2:47
12 Crotchet = 60 6:05
13 Crotchet = 100 3:59
   


Formed in 2002, the award winning Lunar Saxophone Quartet has developed a reputation for their commitment to composer/performer collaborations, leading tp dozens of commissions from a variety of different composers. Performers have spanned a wide range of occasion, from Bryn Terfel’s ’Faenol Festival’ and the Welsh BBC proms, to live broadscasts on BBC TV and Radio.

This new disc features a programme of newly commissioned works by some of Wale’s youngest and most gifted composers together with those of more established figures.

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