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Jerome de Bromhead: Orchestral Music

Alan Smale, RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Colman Pearce

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1
A Lay for a Light Year
Jerome de Bromhead; RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Colman Pearce
9:26
Violin Concerto No. 1  
2
I. Andante cantabile
Jerome de Bromhead; Alan Smale; RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Colman Pearce
12:08
3
II. Mesto
Jerome de Bromhead; Alan Smale; RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Colman Pearce
9:47
4
III. Vigoroso
Jerome de Bromhead; Alan Smale; RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Colman Pearce
13:17
Symphony No. 2  
5
I. Quasi corrento
Jerome de Bromhead; RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Colman Pearce
10:23
6
II. Quasi variazioni mesti
Jerome de Bromhead; RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Colman Pearce
9:42
7
III. Quasi toccata
Jerome de Bromhead; RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Colman Pearce
10:45
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    75:28
Irish composer Jerome de Bromhead demonstrates his sheer pleasure in creating music with these three works for orchestra. The RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra interprets these pieces with an edgy lyricism and appreciation for the unique perspective of their countryman.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Toccata Classics Studio Masters

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