Flame Dance
LANCE HULME Flame Dance TROY998 - Price: $16.99
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Music reflecting the ambience and musical approach of the North American musical tradition.

Lance Hulme's music reflects the ambience and musical approach of the North American musical tradition. There is compositional eclecticism, a playful and uninhibited attitude with tradition and a crossover between "serious" and vernacular music. All these elements are to be found in his music as well as more advanced structural and aural techniques. His music has received awards from the International Witold Lutoslawski Competition and ASCAP and has been performed by ensembles and orchestras throughout the United States and Europe. Hulme studied at Yale University and the Eastman School. He actually began his career as keyboardist for the jazz/fusion band Dreamscape, so popular and jazz elements can be heard in many of his works, particularly Flame Dance.
Contents:
Lance Hulme, composer
Stealing Fire
State Theater of Baden Orchestra, Kazushi Ono, conductor

Lance Hulme, composer
Flame Dance
Christina Jennings, flute, Johanna Cox, oboe, Matthew Dane, viola, David Helms, percussion

Lance Hulme, composer
The Succubus, an electronic tone poem
electronic

Lance Hulme, composer
Wine From These Grapes
Clara O'Brien, mezzo soprano, Howard Lubin, piano

Lance Hulme, composer
Threnody for the Victims of September 11, 2001
Threnody Choir and Orchestra, Lance Hulme, conductor

Lance Hulme, composer
Odyssey Allusions
Andrea Smith, flute, Armand Ambrosini, clarinet, Sarah Plum, violin, Jonathan Ruck, cello, Stephanie Shames, piano, David Helms, Lee Parham, percussion, Lance Hulme, conductor

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