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Lieuwen: Concertos


Release Date: 06/14/2016 
Label:  Msr   Catalog #: 1582   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Peter Lieuwen
Performer:  Jesús MoralesLeonel MoralesNicholas JonesCarlo Alessandro Lapegna,   ... 
Conductor:  Franz Anton Krager
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 1 Hours 4 Mins. 

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Works on This Recording

1.
Concerto for piano, marimba & orchestra by Peter Lieuwen
Performer:  Jesús Morales (Marimba), Leonel Morales (Piano)
Conductor:  Franz Anton Krager
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 2008 
Date of Recording: 07/11/2010 
Venue:  Moores Opera House, University of Housto 
Length: 26 Minutes 20 Secs. 
2.
Cello Concerto by Peter Lieuwen
Performer:  Nicholas Jones (Cello)
Conductor:  Franz Anton Krager
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 2012 
Date of Recording: 10/22/2013 
Venue:  Slovak Radio, Studio 1, Bratislava, Slov 
Length: 21 Minutes 34 Secs. 
3.
Romance, for violin, cello & piano by Peter Lieuwen
Performer:  Carlo Alessandro Lapegna (Piano), Andrzej Grabiec (Violin), Misha Quint (Cello)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 1994 
Date of Recording: 02/10/2011 
Venue:  The Geary Performance Studio, Mulcher Ce 
Length: 10 Minutes 1 Secs. 
4.
Vivace, for chamber orchestra by Peter Lieuwen
Conductor:  Franz Anton Krager
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 2010 
Date of Recording: 10/22/2013 
Venue:  Slovak Radio, Studio 1, Bratislava, Slov 
Length: 5 Minutes 22 Secs. 

Customer Reviews

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 Buoyant and animated September 23, 2016 By Ralph Graves (Hood, VA) See All My Reviews "This is a release I'd like to keep on hand for all those curmudgeons who complain that contemporary classical music is ugly and unlistenable. Peter Lieuwen's compositions are anything but. There's a certain exuberance in his music that I find appealing. My impression is that Lieuwen isn't concerned with discovering new sounds never heard before -- he just wants to create the best music possible using the tools already at hand. And in that, I think he succeeds. While his music is decidedly tonal, it's also contemporary in character and form. And while it's accessible to the first-time listener, the music's substantial enough to merit repeated plays. If you're a fan of the new traditionalists, such as Kevin Puts or Carter Pann, I think you'll find much to enjoy in the music of Peter Lieuwen." Report Abuse
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