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Gabel: Spring Quartet & Selected Works For Strings

Gabel / Fear No Music
Release Date: 04/05/2011 
Label:  North Pacific Music   Catalog #: 20  
Composer:  Jack Gabel
Orchestra/Ensemble:  fEARnoMUSIC

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Notes and Editorial Reviews

Praised for its innovative and challenging programs, as well as for its passion and humor, Fear No Music is now in its thirteenth season. Formed in 1992 to perform the music of our time, the group has presented the World Premiere or American Premiere of over twenty five new works. Included have been such masters as Tomas Svoboda, William O. Smith, as well as exciting young composers as Kenji Bunch, Shaun Naidoo, David Dzubay, and Laura Schwendinger. Over the past twelve years Fear No Music has established itself as one of the most vital performing arts forces in the Northwest. They have been featured artists on Seattle's KING Radio and Portland's KBPS All-Classical Radio. Jack Gabel has written numerous concert hall works for many different Read more combinations of instruments and voices, with and without electroacoustic accompaniments and/or enhancements. He also creates mixed-media works alone and with collaborators, using musique concrete and poetry, frequently his own, some of which has been published apart from its use in contemporary performance pieces and more traditional settings for singers. Read less

Works on This Recording

1. That Old Song and Dance by Jack Gabel
Orchestra/Ensemble:  fEARnoMUSIC
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1984 
2. Elegy by Jack Gabel
Orchestra/Ensemble:  fEARnoMUSIC
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1989 
3. Island Fantasy by Jack Gabel
Orchestra/Ensemble:  fEARnoMUSIC
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1988 
4. Hellenic Triptych by Jack Gabel
Orchestra/Ensemble:  fEARnoMUSIC
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1993 
5. Spring Quartet by Jack Gabel
Orchestra/Ensemble:  fEARnoMUSIC
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 2004 

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