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Cumulus Nimbus / Fantasy Variations / Farbenspiel: Concerto No. 3 for Orchestra


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  • Performer: Brian Fennelly, Kevin Hanlon, Lawrence Leighton Smith, Louisville Orchestra, Gunther Schuller
  • Audio CD (August 10, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Louisville First Edition Recordings
  • ASIN: B000009ING
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #587,143 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The Louisville Orchestra had a fundamental importance, from the early fifties to the late nineties, in commissioning, recording, and releasing on their own label, Louisville First Edition Recordings, scores of modern music, from composers of all nationalities and stylistic allegiances. I have no insider's information, but from what I've been able to reconstruct, in the late 1980s Albany published ten Louisville CDs, mixing new material and reissues; in the early 1990s, Louisville published another 10 on their own label, with only new stuff. Then, apparently, they folded. I think the orchestra went through dire financial straits and got to the brink of bankruptcy. The Louisville catalog was then apparently acquired by the Santa Fe Music Group, who reissued intelligently conceived collections, usually monographs devoted to one composer. But it was the end of publishing new recordings. And now that Santa Fe organization seems to have ceased its operations as well.

One drawback of the Louisville LPs had been the lack of coherence of their programs, the often motley pairing of composers with no stylistic or personal links. That habit continued with the Louisville CDs, including the one at hand, LCD 003. Among the three composers featured here, only the oldest one, Gunther Schuller (b. 1925) has acquired a significant standing in the American contemporary music scene, both for his contribution to "third stream" and jazz-classical crossover and for his "mainstream" compositions. Among these, I heard recently his 1958 "Spectra" (
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