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Nicholson: Letters To The World


Release Date: 06/26/2001 
Label:  Metier   Catalog #: 92062   Spars Code: n/a 
Composer:  George Nicholson
Performer:  John TurnerPeter LawsonGeorge NicholsonAlison Wells,   ... 
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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Works on This Recording

1. Spring Songs, for recorder by George Nicholson
Performer:  John Turner (Recorder)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 1991 
Venue:  Manchester University 
Length: 1 Minutes 25 Secs. 
2. Mots Justes, inventions (5) for piano: No. 3, For Miles by George Nicholson
Performer:  Peter Lawson (Piano)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 1988-1997 
Venue:  Manchester University 
Length: 5 Minutes 56 Secs. 
3. Mots Justes, inventions (5) for piano: No. 4, Sung without words by George Nicholson
Performer:  Peter Lawson (Piano)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 1988-1997 
Venue:  Manchester University 
Length: 5 Minutes 36 Secs. 
4. Mots Justes, inventions (5) for piano: No. 5, In accord by George Nicholson
Performer:  Peter Lawson (Piano)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 1988-1997 
Venue:  Manchester University 
Length: 13 Minutes 2 Secs. 
5. Nodus, for clarinet & piano by George Nicholson
Performer:  George Nicholson (Piano)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 1978 
Venue:  Manchester University 
Length: 10 Minutes 51 Secs. 
6. Letters to the World, for soprano, recorder, harpsichord & cello by George Nicholson
Performer:  Alison Wells (), Keith Elcombe (Harpsichord), John Turner (Recorder)
Period: Contemporary 
Venue:  Manchester University 
Length: 2 Minutes 6 Secs. 

Sound Samples

Spring Songs: I. -
Spring Songs: II. -
Spring Songs: III. -
Spring Songs: IV. -
Spring Songs: V. -
Mots Justes: No. 3. For Miles
Mots Justes: No. 4. Sung without words
Mots Justes: No. 5. In accord
Nodus
Letters to the World: Belshazzar had a letter
Letters to the World: Of Yellow was the outer sky
Letters to the World: Answer July
Letters to the World: There is a solitude of space
Letters to the World: Yesterday is History
Letters to the World: As impercerptibly as Grief
Letters to the World: Bee! I'm expecting you!
Letters to the World: Heart! We will forget him!
Letters to the World: He scanned it
Letters to the World: A Death blow is a Life blow to Some
Letters to the World: The Wind didn't come from the Orchard

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