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Alicia Terzian: Off the Edge

Siberian State Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Lande

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1
Carmen Criaturalis
Alicia Terzian; Siberian State Symphony Orchestra; Vladimir Lande
9:40
2
Canto a Mi Misma
Alicia Terzian; Vox Futura; Siberian State Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Shenton
16:36
3
Off the Edge
Alicia Terzian; Alexander Mikhalëv; Choir of The Art College of Krasnoyarsk; Siberian State Symphony Orchestra; Vladimir Lande
12:52
3 Piezas, Op. 5  
4
I. Canción del Atardecer
Alicia Terzian; Siberian State Symphony Orchestra; Vladimir Lande
4:45
5
II. Pastoral con Variaciones
Alicia Terzian; Siberian State Symphony Orchestra; Vladimir Lande
4:50
6
III. Danza Rustica
Alicia Terzian; Siberian State Symphony Orchestra; Vladimir Lande
2:16
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    50:59
Argentinian composer, conductor and scholar Alicia Terzian takes an incredible journey into the heart of the string orchestra on Off the Edge with four works that introduce her captivating perspective, given an enchanting treatment here by Vladimir Lande and the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra. Off the Edge showcases numerous audacious textures involving the string orchestra, with different percussion instruments, chorus, soloists and voice. These pieces come from three of the four periods Terzian identifies in her compositional career, spanning 1954 to 2003, spotlighting the transformation of her style from her earliest to her more recent musical focuses.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

All tracks recorded at Krasnoyarsk Philharmonic Hall, Siberia, Russia, September 5 - 8, 2016
Producer and engineer: Alexei Barashkin

Poetic texts for Canto a Mi Misma recorded at Futura Productions, Roslindale, MA, January 22, 2017
Session producer: Brad Michel
Session engineer: John Weston
Assistant engineers: Travis Karpak, Alec Seymour

Executive producer: Bob Lord
Executive A&R: Sam Renshaw
A&R: Alex Bourne
Audio director: Jeff LeRoy
Editing, mixing and mastering: Shaun Michaud, Lucas Paquette
Recording sessions manager: Levi Brown
Art and production director: Brett Picknell
Graphic design: Ryan Harrison, Emily Roulo
Marketing: Samantha Granville, Lucas Paquette

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