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Brian Fennelly: The Other Side of Time

Selected Works by Brian Fennelly

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2012


Artists:

IU New Music Ensemble


Moravian Philharmonic


Joel Eric Suben


Louis Karchin


David Dzubay



Jean Kopperud

clarinet

Rita Sloan

piano

Chris Gekker

trumpet

Charles Peltz


Washington Square Ensemble;


duo parnas


New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble



Record Label
Albany Records

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 71:46
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FENNELLY, BRIAN

     
 

"Sigol" for Strings

 
1 Dreams and Fancies 8:55
 
 Joel Eric Suben
     
2 

"Sigol" for Strings

5:16
 
 Joel Eric Suben
     
3 

Fantasia Concertante

11:00
 
 David Dzubay
     
 

Tropes and Echoes

 
4 Fantasia 6:42
 Jean Kopperud clarinet
 Louis Karchin
5 Giocoso 1:33
 Jean Kopperud clarinet
 Louis Karchin
6 Song (After Cummings) 2:02
 Jean Kopperud clarinet
 Louis Karchin
7 Giocoso II 1:24
 Jean Kopperud clarinet
 Louis Karchin
8 Finale 6:53
 Jean Kopperud clarinet
 Louis Karchin
     
9 

Corollary III

11:53
 Chris Gekker trumpet
 Rita Sloan piano
     
10 

The Other Side of Time

16:08
 


 The five varied compositions presented on this album provide a concise portrait of Brian Fennelly’s compositional practice. They are arranged to begin with string orchestra, move through combinations with soloists, and end with wind orchestra. Brian Fennelly (b.1937) studied at Yale where he was the first student to earn a degree in the newly created Ph.D. program in music theory. From then until 1997 he was Professor of Music at New York University. His numerous awards include fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts, commissions from the Koussevitzky and Fromm Foundations and composer residencies at the Rockefeller Foundation Center and a lifetime achievement award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His catalog includes works for orchestra, chamber ensembles and solo instruments as well as choral, solo song and electronic titles.

 

 "... Excellent performance by these very fine ollege musicians."

Barry Kilpatrick - American Record Guide - January/February 2013


 “...This disc is a good choice for anyone who wants to start collecting contemporary music ... excellent and most fascinating ...” 

 

Fanfare 2012



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