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Chorale Fantasy (Christ Lay In The Bonds Of Death) - Ingolf Dahl - John Harle, New World Brass, Th

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So there seems little point in evaluating the music by what standards? Morgenmusik and sections of Abendkonzert have been recorded before, but I have not previously encountered the Th. Jobst Liebrecht led another performance and a recording in Decembersung and played by Berlin school children Fanfare The booklet lists every performer— of them, by my count—but does not tell us who or which ensemble performs what. One must assume that all mix into most of the works; for example, there are not enough brass players in any one of the ensembles to fill out Morning Music.

Here is a link translated from German page. On the recording cover it mentions "Historic sound document of live performances Several of us remarked on the graceful and pleasant style of the piece and the NYBQ's interpretation, and that it was especially impressive since it was a live recording.

Inhe debuted in Berlin with his first major violin performance. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. I've not heard the original.

The orchestration sounds heavy to me, at least in the tutti sections, and the New World Symphony's rhythmic scrappiness doesn't help matters, tending to hold back the impetus of the work with a spongy attack. The declamatory One Sided Love Affair - Elvis Presley - Dont Be Cruel, for example, should crackle like important news and lacks the bite of a good pianist tearing into the drum-like trills.

It merely sounds. Still, Thomas never lets things grind down to a creak. Like all of Dahl's music, the piece contains both flawless craft and a large measure of poetry — not the drooping-lily kind, but filled with sharp detail — including some nifty voice-leading essentially a chorale New World Brass generates bright, unusual harmonies and many different textures.

Music for Brass Instruments may be the closest thing to a Dahl hit, the "Intermezzo" movement having been used as a signature piece for Armed Forces Radio. Anthony Linick's liner notes credit the piece with a revival of Chorale Fantasy (Christ Lay In The Bonds Of Death) - Ingolf Dahl - John Harle brass quintet among composers.

That may well be despite Jive Samba - Cannonball Adderley - Phenix towering example of Hindemith's Morgenmusik from the Twentiesalthough I wouldn't discount the rise of touring brass quintets — the American, the Empire, the New York, and so on.

Nothing stimulates a composer like the hope of performance. The first movement, "Chorale Fantasy 'Christ lay in the bonds of death' ," takes the chorale tune same one as in Bach's Cantata 4 for a slow walk and then a joy ride. The tune mainly stays in subsidiary parts or shows up in bits and pieces.

It works mainly as a "spine," which holds together Dahl's own rather striking themes. The quiet ending shows one of Dahl's most beautifstrokes — the "Alleluia" of the chorale against one of Dahl's own themes, which turns out to Positive Reality - Mikey Dread - S.W.A.L.K. / Rockers Vibration the "Alleluia" upside-down. The "Intermezzo" is again Dahl in an exuberant mood, making use of once more a Forties Americana idiom.

This is a very nourishing piece. It was written to a commission by the pioneering saxophonist Sigurd Rascher. Hymn is, as must be expected again, a stern and even serious address to the listener. It began as one component of a bipartite piece, Hymn and Toccata Originally for piano, this score is heard here in an orchestration by Lawrence Morton.

It has the air of a refugee movement from a larger symphonic work. Much of it is quietly spoken but it becomes urgent and statuesque at the close New World Brass a majestic stride typical of Copland's Lincoln Portrait.

Its close is quietly spoken yet confident and thoughtful. The Chorale Fantasy (Christ Lay In The Bonds Of Death) - Ingolf Dahl - John Harle titled Music for Brass Instruments is in three movements. The effect is very appealing, essentially lyrical and moving but varied with fanfare-decorated brilliance. That same seriousness that benevolently shadows Hymn is at work here too and not at all expressively hampered by the lack of a full orchestra.

The brief Intermezzo bounces along in Transatlantic high spirits - rhythmically rippling with life. Rondo alla marcia: Allegro. Chorale Fantasy Christ lay in the Bonds of Death. The King. The Tower. The Martyrdom. Concerto for Alto Saxophone. Recitative Ingolf Dahl. Th Passacaglia Ingolf Dahl. Rondo alla marcia: Allegro Ingolf Dahl.


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7 thoughts on “ Chorale Fantasy (Christ Lay In The Bonds Of Death) - Ingolf Dahl - John Harle, New World Brass, Th ”

  1. Nalkree says:
    Since the earliest days of brass instruments, brass ensembles of some type have often been involved in popular music in some way. Whether they were part of Renaissance dance music, Civil War regimental brass bands, dixieland bands, part of big bands of the Swing Era, or rock and roll, brass ensembles have proven to be a versatile and sometimes unique addition to popular music.
  2. JoJolar says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Defining Dahl: The Music of Ingolf Dahl - Michael Tilson Thomas, New World Brass, John Harle, New World Symphony on AllMusic - - The name of Ingolf Dahl might not be an easily 9/
  3. Zurg says:
    The laconically titled Music for Brass Instruments is in three movements. it was completed in Toronto in The serious Chorale Fantasy first movement is based on Christ Lay in the Bonds of Death. The effect is very appealing, essentially lyrical and moving but varied with fanfare-decorated brilliance.
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    Oct 20,  · Check out Dahl: Concerto for Alto Saxophone, Music for Brass Instruments, The Tower of Saint Barbara, et al. by Michael Tilson Thomas, John Harle, New World Brass The New World Symphony on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on britpop.akikuscofymdagdathis.infoinfo(2).
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  6. Shaktilrajas says:
    BACH - BACH ON SUNDAY The London Bach Society was formed in and have performed J. S. Bach's Cantatas in regular concerts around London for over forty years. On this disc the LBS presents some favourite Cantata Movements and Sacred Songs. The selections exhibit many different aspects of Bach's vocal writing.
  7. Vudolar says:
    It is a thoroughly American-sounding piece in three movements, adding up to fifteen minutes. Jazzy figurations merge seamlessly with Baroque-style gestures in the faster parts. The opening "Chorale Fantasy" is based on the old German chorale tune "Christ lag in Todesbanden" (Christ Lay in the Bonds of Death.

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