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Stephen Preston

Gesangbuch, Choral Works

  • Type CD
  • Label Signum Classics
  • UPC 0635212033128
  • Catalog number SIGCD 331
  • Release date 01 September 2013
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About the album

Edward Cowie’s unique compositional voice stems from his wide-ranging interdisciplinary interests in both the sonic and visual arts, with many of his works inspired by ideas and concepts from artworks and from the natural world. The opening piece of this recording – a 2011 commission for BBC Radio 3 – creates a complex musical tapestry and soundscape from the call of the Australian bell-bird, opening with translations of choruses of several species of Australian frogs. In 2002 Cowie become the BBC Singers’ first ‘Associate Composer’, marking a relationship between the composer that began in the mid-1970s and continues to this day. 

 

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    1
    Bell Bird Motet
     
    08:12
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    2
    The Soft Complaining Flute
     
    06:44
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    3
    Gesangbuch: Herbstlich - Eaves Wood
     
    10:03
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    4
    Gesangbuch: Winterlied - Martinmere
     
    10:11
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    5
    Gesangbuch: Habichtswald - Spring
     
    08:16
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    Gesangbuch: Stimmungsbild - Hest Bank
     
    13:33
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    Lyre Bird Motet
     
    07:14

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