New York Virtuoso Singers – McClelland: Where the Shadow Glides (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

New York Virtuoso Singers - McClelland: Where the Shadow Glides (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: New York Virtuoso Singers
Album: McClelland: Where the Shadow Glides
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 01:12:54
Total Tracks: 23
Total Size: 639 MB

Tracklist:

01. New York Virtuoso Singers – Cædmon’s Hymn (09:08)
02. Krista River – Autumnal (03:09)
03. Thomas Meglioranza – Autumn 1964 (02:27)
04. Thomas Meglioranza – Going (01:56)
05. Krista River – Poem Composed in Sleep (03:01)
06. Krista River – Sea Rose (01:42)
07. Thomas Meglioranza – Labrador (02:27)
08. Thomas Meglioranza – Storm (01:27)
09. New York Virtuoso Singers – Hail Lovely and Pure (13:32)
10. Blair McMillen – Five for Piano: No. 1, June-Bug Serenade (01:47)
11. Blair McMillen – Five for Piano: No. 2, Shadow No More (01:44)
12. Blair McMillen – Five for Piano: No. 3, Demon Cloud (01:48)
13. Blair McMillen – Five for Piano: No. 4, A Trace (03:27)
14. Blair McMillen – Five for Piano: No. 5, The Jolly Mortals (00:59)
15. Thomas Meglioranza – The Fields of November (02:46)
16. Krista River – Insomnia (02:51)
17. Krista River – Memory of Summer Facing West (01:26)
18. Thomas Meglioranza – The Defective Record (01:05)
19. Thomas Meglioranza – Snowstorm in the Midwest (03:01)
20. Thomas Meglioranza – The Politician (01:31)
21. Krista River – Garden Abstract (02:27)
22. Krista River – To One Who Revisited an Old Garden (03:29)
23. Alex Guerrero – These Last Gifts (05:33)

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Internationally acclaimed composer William McClelland has written a wide variety of music in many styles and forms, but the works in this program have all been inspired by poetry. The choral works evoke the atmosphere of time and place in settings of very early texts, including Catullus’ movingly elegiac lament for his lost brother, These Last Gifts, an experience shared by the composer. The short pieces in Five for Piano all evoke specific poems and, composed over several decades, McClelland’s songs are primarily settings of poetry by American writers that express a mystical, symbolic or visionary view on nature.

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