Winter's warmth : contemporary works for orchestra / Andrew Schultz, John A. Carollo, R. Barry Ulrich, J.A. Kawarsky.
Featured Australian works
||Falling man, dancing man, op. 68 (2005) concerto for organ and orchestra
Recorded/performed at: Dum Kultury, Ostrava, Czech Republic, on 13 Sep 16.
|Andrew Schultz||Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Karel Martínek, Petr Vronsky||22 mins, 25 sec.|
Also includes: Let freedom ring ; The transfiguration of Giovanni Baudino / John A. Carollo -- Russian winter / R. Barry Ulrich -- Episodes / J.A. Kawarsky.
One of the central tenets of Albert Camus' philosophy is the indomitability of the human spirit, a subject on which he famously mused that "In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer." This quote encapsulates the theme of WINTER'S WARMTH, Navona's latest orchestral compilation featuring works from John A. Carollo, J.A. Kawarsky, Andrew Schultz, and R. Barry Ulrich. These composers present conceptual pieces that all act as soundtracks to our resiliency during the toughest moments of the human experience.
1. Infinity jinx -- 2. Deep crossing -- 3. The laughing man.
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