Echoes: Classic Works Transformed - Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz (conductor)
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  1. Infernal, for orchestra (after Stravinsky's Firebird Suite, 1919 version)
  2. Black Swan, for orchestra (after Brahms' "Intermezzo, Op. 118/2")
  3. Plenty of Horn, for orchestra (based on Jeremiah Clarke's Prince of Denmark's March)
  4. Rubies, for orchestra or concert band (after Thelonius Monk's "Ruby, My Dear")
  5. Benediction, for orchestra (after Lutkin's Benediction and Sevenfold Amen)
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  1. Infernal, for orchestra (after Stravinsky's Firebird Suite, 1919 version)
  2. Black Swan, for orchestra (after Brahms' "Intermezzo, Op. 118/2")
  3. Plenty of Horn, for orchestra (based on Jeremiah Clarke's Prince of Denmark's March)
  4. Rubies, for orchestra or concert band (after Thelonius Monk's "Ruby, My Dear")
  5. Benediction, for orchestra (after Lutkin's Benediction and Sevenfold Amen)
  6. Musica Celestis, for string orchestra
  7. Concerto for brass quintet & orchestra (after Handel's Concerto Grosso, HWV 327)
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This album has been released in different forms, including a regular appearance in the catalog of the Naxos label and a turn in the spotlight backed by the mighty marketing apparatus of the Starbucks coffeehouse chain. It thus has been made to serve several different purposes and can be evaluated in various ways. The album offers pieces by seven contemporary composers, including Seattle Symphony conductor Gerard Schwarz himself, that are somehow based on preexisting works. As a vehicle for getting classical music and the ...

Echoes: Classic Works Transformed 2011, Naxos

UPC: 636943967928

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