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Silverman: Restless Winds; Speaking Alone; Passing Fancies/Shapey: Kroslish Sonate; Concertante No. 1


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  • Audio CD (December 9, 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: New World Records
  • ASIN: B0000030DX
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,056,215 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Restless Winds - Anne Whaley/Randall Wolfgang/Theodore Oein/Philip Gottling/David Wakefield
2. Speaking Alone - David Shostac
3. Passing Fancies (In Five Movts, Played Without Pause) - Nadine Asin/Randall Wolfgang/John Warren/Philip Gottling/David Wakefield/Chris Gekker...
4. Kroslish Sonate: I. - Joel Krosnick/Gilbert Kalish
5. Kroslish Sonate: II. - Joel Krosnick/Gilbert Kalish
6. Kroslish Sonate: III. - Joel Krosnick/Gilbert Kalish
7. Concertante No.1: Prologue - Ronald Anderson/Contemporary Cham Players Of The University Of Chicago
8. Concertante No.1:I. Vars - Ronald Anderson/Contemporary Cham Players Of The University Of Chicago
9. Concertante No.1: II. Song - Ronald Anderson/Contemporary Cham Players Of The University Of Chicago
10. Concertante No.1: III. Rondo - Ronald Anderson/Contemporary Cham Players Of The University Of Chicago
11. Concertante No.1: Epilogue - Ronald Anderson/Contemporary Cham Players Of The University Of Chicago

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Rachel Abbinanti (tusai1@aol.com) on May 27, 1999
Format: Audio CD
The music of Ralph Shapey is hardly known anyplace, yet his music reflects a consummately original integrity, a music which summons the vigours of modernity,post-European from different strains His music engages a conceptual power of whatever we have learned and mastered this side of the Atlantic, Edgar Varese for one, was part of Shapey's initial departure of rendering sounds as beacons of powerful light and manipulation of pitch in motivic cells. With all do respect Shapey has an internal vision,almost prophetic which outdoes both Varese and another American master,Stefan Wolpe. But here the "Kroslish Sonata" is a relatively modest affair. It's dedicatees,cellist Joel Krosnick and pianist Gilbert Kalish have long been Shapey devotees, they both understand his music immesely,the overwhelming lyricism,the gruff,rugged power and precision necessary to impart Shapey's uncompromised sense of musical statement and severity. This "Sonata" however has an unfamiliar lightness, especially this first movement with obvious afterbeats in the piano,almost like a Waltz. The "Second" movement is simply a masterpiece in an of itself, 13 minutes of unrestrained beauty over a frozen terrain of rolled sonorities in the piano with the cello trying to maintain a sense of lyricism spread over triple octaves. Shapey's best music always engages the family of strings(look for his late "Quartets"),so the cello here encompasses a wide emotive field from the rounded sonorities in the lower depths to harmonics up in the stratospheres. The "Concertante" as well has relatively light means which features the trumpet .Read more ›
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