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TR 0961

Kay: Suite from The Quiet One/ Trhee Pieces after Blake/Scherzi Musicali

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Metropolitan Philharmonic Orchestra


Kevin Scott


Melanie Valencia

flute

Janet Hopkins

soprano

Venue:

Merkin Concert Hall, New York City



Producer:

Kevin Scott


Joseph Patrych



Engineer:

Joseph Patrych



Record Label
Albany Records

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Woodwind

Total Time - 68:59
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ULYSSES KAY

(1917-1995)
   
 

Suite from The Quiet One (1948)

21:32  
1 Joys and Fears 10:20
2 Street Wanderings 6:28
3 Interlude 1:20
4 Crisis 3:24
   
 

Three Pieces After Blake for Soprano and Orchestra (1952)

15:37  
5 To the Evening Star 5:36
6 Mad Song 2:12
7 Contemplation 7:49
 Janet Hopkins soprano
 

Scherzi Musicali (1968)

18:58  
8 Andante solenne; Poco Più moso 4:35
9 Interlude I (Lento) 1:18
10 Adagio; Più mosso 4:42
11 Presto; Allegretto 3:04
12 Interlude II (Andantino) 1:29
13 Allegro 3:50
   
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Aulos, for Flute and Chamber Orchestra (1967)

12:52
 Melanie Valencia flute
Ulysses Kay

This is the first major release devoted to the African-American composer Ulysses Kay. Encouraged by William Grant Still, he studied under Bernard Rogers and Howard Hanson at the Eastman School of Music, and his works are distinctively American in spirit and strength. Of special interest is his music to The Quiet One, one of the first major film scores by a Black composer.

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