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Nicholas Sackman: Scorpio - Adam Treverton-Jones (bassoon); Carla Rees (flute); Carolyn Hope (flute); Charles Matthews (piano);...
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  1. Scorpio, for percussion & piano
  2. Time-piece, for brass quintet
  3. Cross hands, for piano
  4. Koi, for flute quartet
  5. Sonata for trombone and piano
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  1. Scorpio, for percussion & piano
  2. Time-piece, for brass quintet
  3. Cross hands, for piano
  4. Koi, for flute quartet
  5. Sonata for trombone and piano
  6. Sextet, for woodwind quintet & saxophone
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British composer Nicholas Sackman (born 1950) writes chamber music that draws on the full arsenal of contemporary techniques and employs them with a gestural and emotional directness that keeps them from seeming dauntingly modernist and makes them broadly appealing. Scorpio, a four-movement piece for percussion and piano, is one of his most attractive works. Sackman exploits both the rhythmic drive of the instruments and their broad palette of tonal colors. The slow movement, for vibraphone, marimba, glockenspiel, and piano ...

Nicholas Sackman: Scorpio 2008, Metier

UPC: 5060054460279

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