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London Sinfonietta Pavilions 2

Ivan Hewett introduces three new chamber works by Charlie Piper, Francisco Coll and Dai Fujikura. Plus the Hear And Now Fifty: Jonathan Harvey's Mortuos Plango, Vivos Voco.

Ivan Hewett introduces three new chamber-orchestral works by British-based composers:
Charlie Piper: Insomniac
Francisco Coll: Piedras
Dai Fujikura: Double Bass Concerto
Enno Senft (double bass)
Sound Intermedia
London Sinfonietta conducted by Martyn Brabbins
(Recorded on 5th November 2011 at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London)

And in this week's installment of the Hear and Now Fifty, film director Barrie Gavin and South Bank Centre's Gillian Moore champion Jonathan Harvey's electronic work Mortuos Plango, Vivos Voco.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Dai Fujikura

    Concerto for double bass

    Conductor: Martyn BRABBINS Performer: Enno SENFT - Double bass Performer: London Sinfonietta

  • Charlie Piper

    Insomniac for large ensemble

    Conductor: Martyn BRABBINS Performer: London Sinfonietta

  • Francisco Coll

    Piedras for large ensemble

    Conductor: Martyn BRABBINS Performer: London Sinfonietta

  • Jonathan Harvey

    Dum Transisset Sabbatum for chorus and organ

    Performer: Rachid SAFIR - Director Performer: Les JEUNES SOLISTES

  • Hear and Now 50

    • Jonathan Harvey

      Mortuos plango, vivos voco for electronic tape

      Performer: Electronic Work - Main Artist

      • Sargasso.
      • SCD-28029.

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