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Complete Crumb Edition, Vol. 18

Release Date: 10/27/2017 
Label:  Bridge   Catalog #: 9476  
Composer:  George Crumb
Performer:  Tony ArnoldMarcantonio BaroneWilliam KerriganDavid Nelson
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Quattro Mani
Number of Discs: 1 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

Volume 18 of Bridge's Complete Crumb Edition features premiere recordings of two recent works ("The Yellow Moon of Andalusia" and "Yesteryear") as well the premiere recording of the recently revised version of a Crumb classic, "Celestial Mechanics". Crumb returns to his favorite poet, Federico Garcia Lorca, for "The Yellow Moon of Andalusia", six settings of English translations of Lorca's work. The performance features the work's dedicatees, the brilliant American soprano Tony Arnold, and the superb pianist, Marcantonio Barone. Mr. Barone follows with Crumb's 'Thelonious Monk variations' for solo piano, "Eine Kleine Mitternachtmusik". Crumb was never satisfied with the ending of Read more "Celestial Mechanics" and re-wrote it in 2012, recorded here for the first time. "Yesteryear" is a vocalise for soprano and three players, dedicated to Ms. Arnold. Pulitzer Prize and Grammy Award-winning composer George Crumb, now in his 88th year, continues to compose highly expressive, colorful and dramatic music. This new recording is a must-hear for all fans of a unique voice in contemporary music. Read less

Works on This Recording

The Yellow Moon of Andalusia by George Crumb
Performer:  Tony Arnold (Soprano), Marcantonio Barone (Piano)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: United States 
Eine Kleine Mitternachtmusik by George Crumb
Performer:  Marcantonio Barone (Piano)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: 2001; United States 
Celestial Mechanics "Makrokosmos no 4" by George Crumb
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Quattro Mani
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1979; United States 
Yesteryear by George Crumb
Performer:  William Kerrigan (Percussion), Marcantonio Barone (Piano), Tony Arnold (Soprano),
David Nelson (Percussion)
Period: Contemporary 
Written: United States 

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