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MacMillan: The Confession of Isobel Gowdie; Adès: Chamber Symphony No. 2; Higdon: Percussion Concerto ()

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composed by James MacMillan, Jennifer Higdon, Thomas Adès

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MacMillan: The Confession of  Isobel Gowdie; Adès: Chamber Symphony No. 2; Higdon: Percussion Concerto - Colin Currie (percussion); London Philharmonic Orchestra; Marin Alsop (conductor)
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  1. The Confession of Isobel Gowdie, for orchestra
  2. Chamber Symphony, Op. 2
  3. Percussion Concerto, for percussion & orchestra

Marin Alsop's recording with the London Philharmonic Orchestra features three stylistically diverse contemporary works. James MacMillan's The Confession of Isobel Gowdie, written in 1990, was his breakthrough piece, and remains one of his most frequently performed works. Thomas Adès' Chamber Symphony, written in the same year, likewise brought him into the public spotlight. Jennifer Higdon, on the other hand, wrote her Percussion Concerto well after she had secured a spot as one of the most promising American composers to ...

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MacMillan: The Confession of  Isobel Gowdie; Adès: Chamber Symphony No. 2; Higdon: Percussion Concerto 2009, London Philharmonic O

UPC: 854990001352

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