Inching Through The Sunsplendid Dust
MARK N. GRANT Inching Through The Sunsplendid Dust TROY1347 - Price: $16.99
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Chamber music from the distinguished Friedheim Award winner Mark N. Grant.

While composer Mark N. Grant studied at the Eastman School and took courses at Juilliard, Mannes, and Manhattan, he first embarked on a career as a journalist before turning to composition. His music has been performed in the United States, Europe and New Zealand and is the recipient of grants and commissions from the American Music Center, Meet the Composer and the New Renaissance Chamber players, among others. He received the Friedheim Award in 1996 for his music and won ASCAP-Deems Taylor Awards for two of his books on music. If music were food--which to the soul it is--Grant's gives you a choice of a dependably traditional menu as well as an à la carte rich in surprises. The first recording devoted to his music includes a monodrama for soprano and chamber ensemble (Auto da fé); a song cycle for two sopranos and piano (The Book of Illuminations); as well as a work for guitar (Alba: The Lover's Departure at Dawn) and for theremin (Bird of Pardise).
Contents:
Mark N. Grant, composer
Auto da fé
Carol Wilson, soprano, Julia Koo & Jennifer Ahn, violin, Markia Hughes, cello, David Hopkins, clarinet, Virgil Blackwell, clarinet & bass clarinet, Cˇline Gay des Combes, harp, Elizabeth Rodgers, piano, Judy Hirschman & Barbara Allen, percussion, Paul Hostetter, conductor

Mark N. Grant, composer
Alba: The Lover's Departure at Dawn
Jorge Caballero, guitar

Mark N. Grant, composer
Bird of Paradise
Lydia Kavina, theremin

Mark N. Grant, composer
The Book of Illuminations
Sharla Nafziger & Elizabeth Farnum, soprano, Stephen Gosling, piano

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