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Arnold Rosner: Chamber Music

Curtis Macomber, Margaret Kampmeier, Maxine Neuman, David Richmond, Carson Cooman

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Violin Sonata No. 1, Op. 18 (2004 Revised Version)  
1
I. Allegro molto
Arnold Rosner; Curtis Macomber; Margaret Kampmeier
4:57
2
II. Lento
Arnold Rosner; Curtis Macomber; Margaret Kampmeier
4:58
3
III. Allegro
Arnold Rosner; Curtis Macomber; Margaret Kampmeier
3:43
Danses à la mode, Op. 101  
4
No. 1. À la Greque
Arnold Rosner; Maxine Neuman
2:16
5
No. 2. Raga
Arnold Rosner; Maxine Neuman
3:13
6
No. 3. Sarabande
Arnold Rosner; Maxine Neuman
2:37
7
No. 4. Musique du Nord
Arnold Rosner; Maxine Neuman
2:00
Bassoon Sonata, Op. 121  
8
I. Adagio
Arnold Rosner; David Richmond; Carson Cooman
5:44
9
II. Allegro energico ma serioso
Arnold Rosner; David Richmond; Carson Cooman
4:43
10
III. Lento
Arnold Rosner; David Richmond; Carson Cooman
5:40
Cello Sonata No. 2, Op. 89 "La divina commedia"  
11
I. Adagio
Arnold Rosner; Maxine Neuman; Margaret Kampmeier
7:48
12
II. Moderato, con rubato
Arnold Rosner; Maxine Neuman; Margaret Kampmeier
7:15
13
III. Allegro
Arnold Rosner; Maxine Neuman; Margaret Kampmeier
6:03
Total Playing Time    60:57
This is the premiere recording of four chamber works by New York composer Arnold Rosner, a unique compositional voice in the late 20th century who forged his own path by drawing on Renaissance polyphony, modal melodies, and tonal harmonies. Rosner’s Danses à la mode, Op. 101, Sonata for Bassoon and Piano, Op. 121 and others are performed here by a collection of acclaimed musicians, such as violinist Curtis Macomber of the Manhattan String Quartet and cellist Maxine Neumann.
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