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Spark Catchers. Pièces contemporaines pour orchestre. Parnther, Edusei, Marshall.
Format : 1 CD
Total Time : 01:02:46

Recording : 2017-2018
Location : Londres
Country : Royaume-Uni
Sound : Stereo

Label : NMC
Catalog No. : NMCD250
EAN : 5023363025027
Price Code : DM021A

Publishing Year : 2020
Release Date : 01/01/2020

Genre : Classical
Errollyn Wallen (1958-)
Concerto Grosso

James Wilson (1990-)
The Green Fuse

Daniel Kidane (1986-)
Dream Song

Hannah Kendall (1984-)
The Spark Catchers

Philip Herbert (20e siècle)
Elegy in Memoriam Stephen Lawrence

Julian Joseph (1966-)
Carry That Sound

Roderick Williams, baryton
Chi-Chi Nwanoku, contrebasse
Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano
Chineke! Orchestra & Chorus
Anthony Parnther, direction
Kevin John Edusei, direction
Wayne Marshall, direction

The Chineke! Foundation was created in 2015 to provide career opportunities to established and up-and-coming Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) classical musicians in the UK and Europe. "When I founded Chineke! in 2015, one of the most important aims, as well as creating a top-class orchestra comprising a majority of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) musicians, was to champion the music of BME composers, both living and from the past. Over these last three years we have given many performances of new commissions and existing works by some of the UK’s leading BME composers and I am delighted that six of these works are now captured in perpetuity on this NMC Recordings album. Chineke! has derived enormous pleasure in performing and recording these works, which represent such a variety of instrumentation and mood, and I hope that you, the listener, will gain as much enjoyment from hearing them". (Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE, FRAM, HonFTL). Errollyn Wallen pays homage to Bach and Corelli in Concerto Grosso with its combination of dance elements and the buoyant rhythms of Baroque and popular music. James Wilson’s evocative The Green Fuse is inspired by Dylan Thomas’s poem The force that through the green fuse drives the fl ower and Julian Joseph’s energetic Carry That Sound combines elements of jazz and blues harmonies. Daniel Kidane’s Dream Song was written for the reopening of Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall in 2018 and sets words from Martin Luther King’s powerful ‘I have a dream’ speech, sung by soloist Roderick Williams. Hannah Kendall’s The Spark Catchers draws on the dynamic poem by Lemn Sissay, commissioned for London’s 2012 Olympics. Philip Herbert’s poignant Elegy is a tribute to Stephen Lawrence who was murdered in a racist attack in London in 1999. Herbert says ‘There is a need to place a higher value on the strength that comes from diverse peoples living together in Britain’.

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