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Serenely Cedille: Relaxing Rariteis from Chicago's

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Audio CD, January 24, 2006
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Some of the most sublime music you've never heard.

Say "adios" to the same old adagios you typically find on serenity-themed CDs of contemplative classical music.

This new disc of calming classics, drawn from 16 different, acclaimed CDs in the Cedille Records catalog, consists of rare gems of relaxing classical music, ranging from symphony and concerto movements to solo piano, choral, and chamber works. Included are the slow movement of a violin concerto by a Black contemporary of Mozart and numerous works by "Romantic" American composers.

It's some of the most sublime music you've never heard.

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Various Cedille Records Artists

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Disc: 1

  1. George Walker: Lyric for Strings (5:17) - Chicago Sinfonietta / Paul Freeman, conductor
  2. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: October from The Seasons, Op. 37a (4:25) - Dmitry Paperno, pno
  3. Ralph Vaughan Williams: Kyrie from Mass in G minor (3:47) - His Majestie's Clerkes / Anne Heider, director
  4. Johannes Brahms: Intermezzo, Op. 116, No. 4 from Seven Fantasies, Op. 116 (4:16) - Dmitry Paperno, pno
  5. Lita Grier: Andante from Renascence (Concertino for Flute and Orchestra) (3:41) - Mary Stolper, flute
  6. Frank Ferko: Eia mater from Stabat Mater (2:31) - His Majestie's Clerkes / Anne Heider, director
  7. Walter Piston: Prelude from Prelude and Allegro for Organ and Strings (5:16) - David Schrader, organ; Grant Park Orchestra / Carlos Kalmar, conductor
  8. Sergei Rachmaninov: Moment musical in D-flat, Op. 16, No. 5 (4:12)Dmitry Paperno, piano
  9. Thomas Albert: IV from Thirteen Ways (3:28) - eighth blackbird
  10. William Grant Still: Adagio from Symphony No. 1, "Afro-American" (4:18) - Chicago Sinfonietta / Paul Freeman, conductor
  11. Federico Mompou: Canción y Danza No. 1 (3:14) - Dmitry Paperno, piano
  12. Aaron Copland: Midsummer Nocturne (1:53) - Ramon Salvatore, piano
  13. Chevalier J.J.O. de Meude-Monpas: Adagio from Violin Concerto No. 4 in D Major (5:48) - Rachel Barton Pine, violin; Encore Chamber Orchestra / Daniel Hege, conductor
  14. Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson: Alla sarabande from Generations: Sinfonietta No. 2 for Strings (5:35) - Chicago Sinfonietta / Paul Freeman, conductor
  15. Alexandre Tansman: Dialogue from Sutie pour Trio D'Anches (2:06) - The Chicago Chamber Musicians
  16. Fela Sowande: Nostalgia from African Suite (4:14) - Chicago Sinfonietta / Paul Freeman, conductor
  17. Charles Villiers Stanford: Beati Quorum Via from Three Motets, Op. 38 (3:36) - His Majestie's Clerkes / Anne Heider, director
  18. Johann Sebastian Bach: Sarabande from French Suite No. 5 in G Major, BWV 816 (5:12) - Dmitry Paperno, piano

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