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Mark Gustavson: Dissolving Images

Chamber Music by Mark Gustavson

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013


Artists:


Edward Gilmmore

clarinet

Lisa Moore

piano

Eitheror

Chamber

Contempo

Chamber

Parnassus

Chamber

Record Label
Albany Records

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 77:55
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MARK GUSTAVSON

     
1 

Dissolving Images

15:34
 Lisa Moore piano
     
2 

Jag

10:28
 
     
 

Quintet

 
3 First Movement 10:20
4 Second Movement 4:31
5 Third Movement 3:32
6 Fourth Movement 8:17
 
     
7 

Trickster

10:22
 Edward Gilmmore clarinet
     
 

Fool's Journey

 
8 Fool 3:42
9 Magician 11:09
 
     


Born in 1959, composer Mark Gustavson studied at Northern Illinois University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Columbia University, Conservatory of Amsterdam, Tanglewood and the Banff Centre. He is on the faculty at Adelphi University and Nassau Community College. He has received numerous honors, including a composer award from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and a Fulbright Fellowship. His music has been commissioned and performed by notable chamber ensembles including Speculum Musicae, Parnassus, The Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra and the New Music Consort, among many others. The five pieces on this recording, covering a period of 13 years, are representative of Gustavson’s primary interests, which is composing instrumental music from works for solo instruments or orchestral music. His unique voice, influenced by approaches to music from around the world, often sounds spontaneous or improvised, although it is strictly notated.

"...all the performers bring enthusiasm and commitment ... Clarinetists interested in the quintet and the unaccompanied Trickster ... will welcome Gilmore’s expressive vision ... pianists who check out Dissolving Images will be impessed by Moore’s exquisite touch, riveting musicianship, and thorough command of the keyboard."

Patrick Hanudel - American Record Guide - January/February 2014




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