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Narong Prangcharoen: Mantras

Selected Works by Narong Prangcharoen

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2012


Artists:

Bowling Green State University Wind Symphony


Bruce Moss



Ben Gitter

cello

Jonathan Borja

flute

Christopher Janwong McKiggan

piano

Brendan Kinsella

piano

John Sampen

saxophone

Emily Hall

viola

Third Angle New Music Ensemble


newEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble



Record Label
Albany Records

Genre:

Chamber




Total Time - 53:34
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PRANGCHAROEN, NARONG

     
1 

Whispering

10:46
 
     
2 

Between Heaven and Earth

6:54
 Jonathan Borja flute
 Christopher Janwong McKiggan piano
     
3 

Antahkarana

5:03
 Emily Hall viola
     
 

Bencharong

 
4 Red 1:08
 Jonathan Borja flute
 Ben Gitter cello
 Brendan Kinsella piano
5 Blue 2:22
 Jonathan Borja flute
 Ben Gitter cello
 Brendan Kinsella piano
6 Yellow 1:45
 Jonathan Borja flute
 Ben Gitter cello
 Brendan Kinsella piano
7 White 1:53
 Jonathan Borja flute
 Ben Gitter cello
 Brendan Kinsella piano
8 Black 1:38
 Jonathan Borja flute
 Ben Gitter cello
 Brendan Kinsella piano
     
9 

Verdana

7:56
 
     
10 

Mantras

14:09
 John Sampen saxophone
 Bruce Moss


Prangcharoen’s second recording on Albany Records surveys his enchanting chamber music

In this recording of Thai composer Narong Prangcharoen’s chamber music, he explains that “Throughout my life, I have had two basic sources of inspiration, the power of nature and the power of the mind.” While most of his compositions have been for orchestra, he uses the same sources of inspiration for his chamber music, but the textures and colors are varied to suit the chamber medium. Prangcharoen has established an international reputation and is recognized as one of Thailand’s leading composers. Among many other awards, he has received the American Composers Orchestra Underwood New Music Commission and the Audience Choice Award. His music has been performed in Asia, America, Australia and Europe. He is the founder of the Thailand International Composition Festival and is on the faculty of the Conservatory of Music, University of Missouri in Kansas City.

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