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TR 1375
Shifting Cells

Performances by the Columbus State University Percussion Ensemble

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012


Artists:

Columbus State University Percussion Ensemble


Matthew Price


Robert Rumbelow



Record Label
Albany Records

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 59:03
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GRIFFIN, CHARLES

 

Fist Through Traffic

 
1 Fist Through Traffic 2:09
     
2 Industry 3:00
     
3 Once a New Yorker 3:18
     
 

DAVID, JAMES N.

4 

Shifting Cells

7:02
     
 

MUHLY, NICO

5 

I Shudder To Think

8:48
     
 

CHERNEY, BRIAN

6 

In Gottes Gärten schweigen die Engel

15:03
 Matthew Price
     
 

RUMBELOW, ROBERT

7 

Soundscape for organ and percussion

10:01
 Robert Rumbelow
     
 

DAVID, JAMES N.

8 

The Locomotive Geryon

9:42


New works for percussion ensemble written between 1993 and 2009 are performed by the Columbus State University Percussion Ensemble on this recording. Offering a unique listening experience, two of the works are for saxophone solo with percussion ensemble and one is for organ and percussion ensemble. The recording and two of the works came as a result of a residency program that commissions a new work for the CSU Percussion Ensemble each year. Directed by Paul Vaillancourt, the CSU Percussion Ensemble performs and records music from the traditional percussion ensemble as well as commissioning and premiering works by internationally known and emerging composers. Saxophonist Amy Griffiths is on the faculty at Columbus State University and has made countless appearances as a soloist, chamber musician, and recitalist.

 "...This is a release that any fancier of percussion music will want to explore.” 

 

James A Altena - Fanfare - March/April 2013



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