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sevenfive — The John Corigliano Effect

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sevenfive — The John Corigliano Effect

Gaudete Brass

  • CDR 90000 169

The longer Cedille Selects track excerpts are designed to provide a representative overview of the album

    • Entrance (1:37)

    • DAVID SAMPSON (b. 1985)

      Entrance (1:37)

    • Gazebo Dances Overture (4:26)

    • JOHN CORIGLIANO (b. 1938) arr. Cliff Colnot

      Gazebo Dances Overture (4:26)

    • I. Limited (3:07)

    • JONATHAN NEWMAN (b. 1972)

      Prayers of Steel

      I. Limited (3:07)

    • II. Foxtrot (2:23)

    • II. Foxtrot (2:23)

    • III. Prayers of Steel (3:53)

    • III. Prayers of Steel (3:53)

    • IV. City of the Big Shoulders (2:08)

    • IV. City of the Big Shoulders (2:08)

    • sevenfive (2:47)

    • STEVEN BRYANT (b. 1972)

      sevenfive (2:47)

    • Antiphon (2:48)

    • CORIGLIANO

      Antiphon (2:48)

    • ROAR (3:09)

    • JEREMY HOWARD BECK (b. 1985)

      ROAR (3:09)

    • Still (6:51)

    • SAMPSON

      Still (6:51)

    • I. Artifacts (5:32)

    • CONRAD WINSLOW (b. 1985)

      The Record of a Lost Tribe

      I. Artifacts (5:32)

    • II. History (8:16)

    • II. History (8:16)

    • III. Ceremonies (3:39)

    • III. Ceremonies (3:39)

    • Fanfares to Music (4:17)

    • CORIGLIANO

      Fanfares to Music (4:17)

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Gaudete Brass, a quintet devoted to presenting serious brass chamber music and commissioning new work, brings a fresh perspective to music of John Corigliano with an inventive album of brass works by the prolific American composer and his protégés. 


“The excellent Gaudete Brass” (Gramophone) honors Corigliano, winner of Grammy Awards, an Academy Award, and a Pulitzer Prize, with world-premiere recordings of his groundbreaking Fanfares to Music for on- and off-stage brass choirs, his stately Antiphon for double brass quintet, and a new arrangement of the Rossini-esque Overture from his popular Gazebo Dances.


Gaudete commissioned the title track, Steven Bryant’s sevenfive, in honor of Corigliano’s 75th birthday, and the numbers seven and five figure prominently in its musical architecture. David Sampson’s boisterous Entrance opens the program, while his surprisingly restrained Still is luxuriously lyrical. Jonathan Newman’s Prayers of Steel evokes the Midwest landscapes in Carl Sandburg’s poetry. Jeremy Howard Beck’s ROAR exploits the brasses’ ability to do just that. Conrad Winslow’s The Record of a Lost Tribe summons an imaginary, bygone civilization. All except Entrance receive their world-premiere recordings on the album.

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Program Notes

Album Details

TT: (56:10)
All WORLD PREMIERE RECORDINGS except Entrance

Producer/Engineer: Judith Sherman
Editing: Bill Maylone
Editing Assistance: Jeanne Velonis
Recorded: Wentz Concert Hall in Naperville, IL December 1–3, 2014; May 8–9, 2016
Graphic Design: Twin Collective
Cover Art: Tom Bachtell
Publishers:
Entrance (2004) David Sampson
Still (2013) David Sampson
Roar (2013) Why You Call Me Boo Music
sevenfive (2013) Gorilla Salad Productions
Prayers of Steel (2013) Ok Feel Good Music
Record of a Lost Tribe (2013) The Winslow Inn
Fanfares to Music (1993) G. Schirmer
Antiphon (1994) G. Schirmer
Gazebo Dances (1972) G. Schirmer, arranged by Cliff Colnot (2013)

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