Mark-Anthony Turnage: Orchestral Works Vol. 3


© 2012 London Philharmonic Orchestra Ltd

℗ 2012 London Philharmonic Orchestra Ltd

Recorded live at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall: On Opened Ground
19 October 2011, Texan Tenebrae 17 April 2010, Riffs & Refrains 13 Feb
2008, Mambo, Blues and Tarantella 24 September 2008. Lullaby for Hans
recorded at Snape Maltings, 1 April 2007.

Total playing time: 72.26

DDD Stereo

Released October 2012

Michael Collins appears courtesy of Chandos Records; Lawrence Power
appears courtesy of Hyperion Records.

CD: Mark-Anthony Turnage: Orchestral Works Vol. 3

Mark-Anthony Turnage (born 1960)

On Opened Ground: concerto for viola and orchestra
Markus Stenz conductor
Lawrence Power viola

Texan Tenebrae
Marin Alsop conductor

Lullaby for Hans, for string orchestra
Vladimir Jurowski conductor

Riffs and Refrains: concerto for clarinet and orchestra
Marin Alsop conductor
Michael Collins clarinet

Mambo, Blues and Tarantella: concerto for violin and orchestra
Vladimir Jurowski conductor
Christian Tetzlaff violin

London Philharmonic Orchestra

British composer Mark-Anthony Turnage is widely admired for his distinctive blending of jazz and contemporary classical traditions, high energy and elegiac lyricism. Turnage was the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Composer in Residence from 2005–10 and this is the third volume of his music to be released on the LPO Label. It features five works recorded for the first time, including the world premiere peformance of his violin concerto Mambo, Blues and Tarantella with soloist Christian Tetzlaff.

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