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Tomorrow's Air: Contemporary Works for Orchestra and Large Ensemble

Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra

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Anecdote  
1
Anecdote
Hilary Tann; Ovidiu Marinescu; Târgu Mureş State Philharmonic Orchestra; Ovidiu Balan
14:39
Cantus  
2
Cantus
Hans Bakker; Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra; Vit Micka
5:45
To Spring - An Overture  
3
To Spring (An Overture)
Daniel Perttu; Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra; Petr Vronský
8:32
In Memoriam  
4
In Memoriam
Jan Järvlepp; Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra; Petr Vronský
7:16
Late Harvest  
5
Late Harvest
Pierre Schroeder; Sarita Uranovsky; Yhasmin Valenzuela; Zoia Bologovsky; Colleen Brannen; Ethan Wood; Julia Okrusko; Peter Sulski; Joanna Cyrus; Emily Rome; Leo Eguchi; Dorothy Braker; Charles Clements; Karolina Rojahn; John Page
6:53
Silver Fantasy  
6
Silver Fantasy
Paul Osterfield; Lindsey Goodman; Moravian Philharmonia Winds and Percussion Ensemble; Petr Vronský
8:04
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    51:09
In another of Navona Records' diverse collections of works by contemporary composers, Tomorrow's Air presents pieces for large ensembles. Featuring works in a range of styles, from Hans Bakker's almost neo-classical Cantus to Daniel Perttu’s cinematic To Spring - An Overture and Jan Järvlepp's lyrical and keening In Memoriam, there is something here for everyone interested in engaging with the music of the new generation of composers from around the world.
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