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Steven Sloane - George Antheil: The Brothers mp3 download

Performer: Steven Sloane
Title: George Antheil: The Brothers
Style: Opera
Location: Ruhrcongress Bochum
Duration: 54:04
Released: March 29, 2011
Date of recording: November 30, 2009 - December 3, 2009
Size MP3 version: 1120 mb
Size FLAC version: 1709 mb
Size WMA version: 1295 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 180
Format: AAC MIDI ADX VQF AA MP2
Genre: Classical

Steven Sloane - George Antheil: The Brothers mp3 download


George Antheil, Henry Cowell, Leo Ornstein.

By George Antheil, Steven Sloane. 1. The Brothers, Op. 1: Scene 1: And in the Process of Time (Mary) - Rebecca Nelsen, Ray M. Wade, E. Mark Murphy, William Dazeley, Piotr Prochera, Bochum Symphony Orchestra, 4:070:30.

Composer : George Antheil (1900-1959). Composer : ANTHEIL George (1900-1959). Rebecca Nelsen, Ray M. Wade, William Dazeley, Piot - The Brothers~Scene 1. Goo morning, folks! Dad willed it to you 2:33. Read full description.

The Brothers, Op. Scene 1: And in the Process of Time (Mary). Orchestra: Bochum Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Sloane, Steven.

Bochumer Symphoniker, Steven Sloane. Antheil wrote his one act opera The Brothers in 1954. The libretto, penned by Antheil himself, drew on the biblical story of Cain and Abel. Its setting is the working-class world of post-war America, and the four men and one woman presented by Antheil on stage are all damaged and traumatized.

George Antheil: The Brothers.

George Antheil (Composer), Aaron Copland (Composer), Arthur Honegger (Composer), Maurice Ravel (Composer), Christoph Poppen (Conductor), Steven Sloane (Conductor), Israel Yinon (Conductor), Bamberger Symphoniker (Orchestra), WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln (Orchestra), Michael Rische (Performer) & 7 more Format: Audio C. Antheil's Concerto is a brash and colorful work, based on the same construction techniques so characteristic of its composer in his early years, which constitue his true trademark and unique originality: the juxtaposition and obsessive repetition of short passages with a strong rhythmic and melodic identity but very little thematic development, and the use of more than a few tunes evoking especially. Stravinsky, Antheil's much worshiped compositional God in those days.

Steven Sloane (conductor) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. 30 RecordingsBloch, Ernest 17 ch, Dmitri 14 RecordingsAntheil, George 10 RecordingsMahler, Gustav 4 RecordingsRihm, Wolfgang 3 RecordingsSaint-Saëns, Camille 3 RecordingsBeethoven, Ludwig van 2 RecordingsBerg, Alban 1 RecordingGershwin, George 1 RecordingBoulanger, Nadia 1 RecordingGluck, Christoph Willibald von 1 RecordingLiszt, Franz 1 RecordingStrauss, Richard.

ロフィール: American-German conductor, born 1958 in Los Angeles, California. He's married to Tabea Zimmermann. Joseph Marx (2) – David Lively, Bochum Symphony Orchestra, Steven Sloane - The Piano Concertos ‎(CD, Album).

George Antheil, Rebecca Nelsen, Ray M. Mark Murphy, William Dazeley, Piotr Prochera, Bochum Symphony Orchestra, Steven Sloane.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Brothers
1 Scene 1. Allegro. And in the process of time George Antheil Steven Sloane 4:07
2 Scene 1. Allegretto. Goo morning, folks! George Antheil Steven Sloane 3:46
3 Scene 1. Dad willed it to you George Antheil Steven Sloane 2:33
4 Scene 1. Andante espressivo. Once, years ago George Antheil Steven Sloane 3:43
5 Scene 1. The bus! George Antheil Steven Sloane 1:54
6 Interlude / Scene 2. Abe, is that you? George Antheil Steven Sloane 3:25
7 Scene 2. I've got to talk to you George Antheil Steven Sloane 2:24
8 Scene 2. Adagio. My love's a ghost George Antheil Steven Sloane 3:17
9 Scene 2. Allegro. Well? Why don't you call for your husband? George Antheil Steven Sloane 4:45
10 Scene 2. Mary, my precious lovely one George Antheil Steven Sloane 5:32
11 Scene 2. Yes, yes, it was one of my dreams! / What, Mary? George Antheil Steven Sloane 3:41
12 Interlude / Scene 3. And the Lord said unto Cain George Antheil Steven Sloane 7:05
13 Scene 3. Allegro. You... You... You monster! George Antheil Steven Sloane 3:34
14 Scene 3. Mary dear - Have you turned out the light? George Antheil Steven Sloane 4:18

Credits

George Antheil - Composer
Bochumer Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra
William Dazely - Baritone (Vocal)
E. Mark Murphy - Tenor (Vocal)
Rebecca Nelsen - Soprano (Vocal)
Piotr Prochera - Baritone (Vocal)
Steven Sloane - Conductor, Primary Artist
Ray M. Wade - Tenor (Vocal)