Julian Wachner / Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal - Julian Wachner: Triptych; Concerto for Clarinet flac mp3
Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra. Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal, Julian Wachner.
Julian Wachner, Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal. Julian Wachner: Triptych; Concerto for Clarinet.
Wachner: Triptych - Clarinet Concerto Philippe Bélanger. Philippe Bélanger, Metropolitan Orchestra & Julian Wachner. 3. Triptych: III. Angelus.
Metropolitan Orchestra. Philippe Belanger (organ). Julian Wachner’s Triptych for Organ and Large Orchestra was commissioned by Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Montreal in celebration of its 100th anniversary in 2004. The Concerto for Clarinet was composed in 2002. Wachner is one of North America’s most exciting and versatile musicians and is sought after as a conductor, composer and keyboard artist.
Julian Wachner's Triptych for Organ and Large Orchestra was commissioned by Saint Joseph's Oratory of Montreal in celebration of it's 100th anniversary in 2004. The Concerto for Clarinet was composed in the summer of 2002 for Mark Margolies and the Quincy Symphony Orchestra. The work was dedicated to composer Lukas Foss as part of his 80th birthday celebrations. Wachner is one of North America's most exciting and versatile musicians, sought after as conductor, composer, and keyboard artist.
Wachner: Triptych; Clarinet Concerto. Julian Wachner Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 4 Length: 52:22. CD 1. Julian Wachner Composer.
Julian Wachner was born in 1969 in Hollywood, CA into a musical household-his mother, Mary Spire, was a pianist, and his former stepfather, Robert Cole, was a conductor . Wachner moved to Montreal in 2001 to become an Associate Professor at McGill University's Schulich School of Music, a post he held until 2011. As Associate Professor, Wachner served as the principal conductor of Opera McGill and occasionally conducted the McGill Symphony and Contemporary Music Ensemble.
A clarinet concerto is a concerto for clarinet; that is, a musical composition for solo clarinet together with a large ensemble (such as an orchestra or concert band). Albert Rice has identified a work by Giuseppe Antonio Paganelli as possibly the earliest known concerto for solo clarinet; its score appears to be titled "Concerto per Clareto" and may date from 1733. It may, however, be intended for soprano chalumeau
|Triptych for Organ and Orchestra|
|1||1. Logos Julian Wachner||Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal / Julian Wachner||20:56|
|2||2. Agape Julian Wachner||Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal / Julian Wachner||9:55|
|3||3. Angelus Julian Wachner||Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal / Julian Wachner||8:50|
|4||Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra Julian Wachner||Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal / Julian Wachner||12:45|
CreditsScott Andrews - Clarinet
Philippe Bélanger - Organ
Michel Ferland - Booklet Editor
Martha de Francisco - Engineer, Producer
Johanne Goyette - Editing, Producer
Jonathan Habel - Cover Photo
Jacques-André Houle - Liner Note Translation
Diane Lagacé - Graphic Design
McGill Chamber Orchestra - Orchestra
Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal - Orchestra, Primary Artist
Antoine Rotondo - Engineer
Anne-Marie Sylvestre - Engineer
Julian Wachner - Composer, Conductor, Liner Notes, Primary Artist