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José Serebrier conducts Samuel Adler

Release date: 24 Jun 2016, CKD545

Artists

Richard Wagner, Maximilian Hornung, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Jose Serebrier

Composers

Samuel Adler

Label

Category

Orchestral

Period

Contemporary

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YOU HAVE SELECTED:  Duration Price Price Price Price  
Samuel Adler: Symphony No. 6 26:14   $
I. Fast and with much excitement 10:22   $
II. Slowly and very expressively 07:05   $
III. Fast and rhythmic 08:47   $
Samuel Adler: Concerto for Cello & Orchestra 24:2   $
I. Slowly, quietly, and very expressively 06:39   $
II. Rhythmic, fast, and joyous 06:41   $
III. Slowly and declamatory, feeling very free 03:55   $
IV. Fast and playful 06:47   $
Samuel Adler: Drifting on Winds and Currents 8:47   $
Drifting On Winds And Currents 08:47   $
 

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Conducting legend José Serebrier, together with the RSNO, performs a programme of works by the hugely influential American composer Samuel Adler, including the world premiere of his Sixth Symphony.

For those unfamiliar with Adler’s catalogue, this album is a great entrance point; for those who are, it adds a valuable first hearing of his Symphony No. 6 which is dynamic and full of energy.

These works are benchmarks of contemporary American composition: monumental in scale and embracing a wide expressive spectrum with ease and visceral power, Adler merges twenty-first century ebullience with an almost classical economy and balance.

In his Concerto For Soloist And Orchestra, Adler celebrates all aspects of the instrument, creating a wide emotional and expressive palette for young cellist Maximilian Hornung, who excels as the soloist.

Drifting On Wind And Currents, a memorial tone-poem inspired by the poetry of Louise Glück, rounds off this album of classical music which, while challenging, is rewarding at every turn.

José Serebrier conducts Samuel Adler

Category Orchestral

Period Contemporary

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