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Synergy - Music for Wind Band (Works By Daugherty/ Burritt/ Gillingham/ David/ Mcallister) CD
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Œuvres de Michael Daugherty, Michael Burritt, David Gillingham, J. M. David & Scott McAllister / John Bruce Yeh, clarinette & cor - Teresa Reilly, clarinette - Molly Yeh, percussion - Columbus State University Wind Ensemble - Robert W. Rumbelow, direction
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on 17 March 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
Featuring very recent (1997 to 2007) compositions for clarinet, percussion, and varying wind ensemble, this surprising album has a feeling of the energetic and optimistic spirit of 20th-century massive rebuilding and construction of American cities. Michael Daugherty's suite indeed had the Brooklyn Bridge and New York City in mind. This positivity and jazz-age inspiration continues with Michael Burritt's concerto. The second half of the album downshifts with an interesting concertino where percussive timbre and rhythms exchange with winds; its textures are very contemporary. Afterwards, J. M. David's several studies comprises a variety of feelings and classical references, but after the earlier romps, their placement produces a comparatively lesser appreciation. I suggest listening to these compositions well apart in time to the vigorous concert works. The last piece, unfortunately, is Scott McAllister's rock-inspired rhapsody, for which I find no words. Solo performances, however, are outstanding. John Bruce Yeh and Teresa Reilly were clarinetists. The solo percussionist was Molly Yeh. Although I found the sound engineering was satisfactory, the anthology itself is delightful. It offers very worthy examples of modern clarinet concerti and virtuosic challenges. Take the listening adventure and discovery these new engaging chamber works.