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TO 0149

David Braid - Chamber & Instrumental Music

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Peter Cigleris

- (clarinet)

Sergei Podobedov

- (piano)

Jelena Lakovic

- (piano)

Rossitza Stoycheva & Mikako Hori

- (pianos)

Grace Davidson

- (soprano)

Yuri Kalnits

- (violin)

Erato Piano Trio


Tippett Quartet



Venue:

St Pauls Boys' School, Hammersmith, London


Royal College of Music, London


Antenna Studios, Crystal Palace


All Saint's, Upper Norwood


Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music



Producer:

David Braid & Stefan Ingles



Engineer:

Doug Hammond


Stephen Harrington


Stefan Ingles



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Chamber


Instrumental

Total Time - 58:06
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DAVID BRAID

1 

Morning (Neruda) for soprano & string quartet, Op.3 (2006)

12:27
 Grace Davidson - (soprano)
 

Three Pieces for solo piano, Op.8 (2008)

 
2 No.1 Lyrical Toccata 1:21
3 No.2 Aria 1:51
4 No.3 Three-Part Invention 2:10
   
5 

Invention for violin & piano, Op.11 (2010)

9:11
   
6 

Sonata for Quartet, Op.13 (2011)

13:28
   
7 

Infinite Reminiscence for two pianos, Op.4 (2007)

4:44
   
8 

Music for Dancers for piano trio, Op.9 (2009)

6:38
   
9 

Postlude for solo piano, Op.10 (2010)

6:16
   


The British composer David Braid, born in North Wales in 1970, studied in London, Oxford and Kraków, and his music shows something of that double inheritance, bringing together the lyricism of such English composers as Dowland and the dynamism of the Polish school of Lutoslawski. This debut album of his music presents chamber and instrumental works written between 2006 and 2011. Steve Reich described the raga-like Morning for soprano and string quartet – the Pablo Neruda setting which opens this disc – as ‘beautifully done – very honest stuff’; the other works here encompass a divergent range of moods, from the melancholy of Infinite Reminiscence to the energetic drive of Music for Dancers.

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