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James Horner: Pas de Deux

Mari Samuelsen, Hakon Samuelsen

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Pas de Deux  
1
Part 1
James Horner; Mari Samuelsen; Hakon Samuelsen; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko
9:19
2
Part 2
James Horner; Mari Samuelsen; Hakon Samuelsen; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko
13:44
3
Part 3
James Horner; Mari Samuelsen; Hakon Samuelsen; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko
4:43
4
Fratres for Violin, String Orchestra & Percussion
Arvo Pärt; Mari Samuelsen; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Clark Rundell
10:29
5
Violoncelles, Vibrez!
Giovanni Sollima; Alisa Weilerstein; Hakon Samuelsen; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Clark Rundell
11:11
6
Divenire
Ludovico Einaudi; Mari Samuelsen; Hakon Samuelsen; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Clark Rundell
7:02
7
Arabesque From "Pas de Deux"
James Horner; Mari Samuelsen; Hakon Samuelsen; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko
2:46
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:14
"The Titanic composer takes us through his first foray into concert music for 30 years and the first major double concerto for violin and cello since Brahms."
- Classic FM

This album contains the world premiere of late composer James Horner’s Pas de Deux for violin, cello and orchestra, commissioned and performed by Norwegian brother and sister duo Mari (on violin) and Hakon (on cello) Samuelsen. The work is a rare passage into purist classical music for Academy Award winner Horner (Titanic) and heralds a climactic working partnership with the Norwegian duo.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Classics Studio Masters

Recording: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, 11/2014 (Horner); Liverpool, The Friary, 1/2015
Executive Producer: Dr. Alexander Buhr
Recording & Production Engineer: Simon Rhodes
Recording Equipment & Organisation: Philip Siney
Publishers:
Music in Motion, Inc. (Horner); Universal Edition AG, Vienna (Pärt);
Copyright and Publishing Casa Musicale Sonzogno, Milan (Sollima); Chester Music Ltd. (Einaudi)
Cover and Booklet Photos: © Stephen Butkus; © James Corlett (p. 12)
Art Direction / Design: Fred Münzmaier

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