Lyell Cresswell: Anake & Other Works.
Ensemble, Primary Artist.
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The Ensemble tours frequently to venues and other festivals throughout the UK and recent appearances include Edinburgh International Festival, St Magnus Festival, Aldeburgh Festival, Bath International Festival, Kings Place and Wigmore Hall, Leeds, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Perth and Aberdeen.
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Lyell Cresswell (born 1944, Wellington, New Zealand) is a composer of contemporary classical music. He studied in Wellington, Toronto, Aberdeen and Utrecht. He moved to Scotland in the 1970s and has lived and worked in Edinburgh since 1985. He received the APRA Silver Scroll for his contribution to New Zealand music in 1979 and he won the Ian Whyte Award for the orchestral work Salm in 1978. In 1979, 1981 and 1988 he received a recommendation by the UNESCO International Rostrum of Composers.
Lyell Cresswell's output comprises works for orchestra, chamber ensembles, choir, voice and solo instruments. Orchestral works include concertos for cello (commissioned for Musica Nova, Glasgow, 1984), accordion (BBC Proms, 1995), string quartet (commissioned by the City of Aberdeen, 1996), trombone (Scottish Chamber Orchestra, 1997), violin and soprano (commissioned by the BBC, 2001) and chamber orchestra (SCO, 2002). Other large-scale orchestral works include A Modern Ecstasy (1986), Voices of Ocean Winds (Radio New Zealand,1989) and Ylur (St Magnus Festival,1991).
The Red Note Ensemble brings to life composer Lyell Cresswell's national pride for both Scotland and New Zealand. 48 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Delphian Studio Masters. For Your Consideration More ▸. The Stream in the Valley: Songs and Duets by Benjamin Britten, Michael Head, John Ireland Alison Browner; Sharon Carty; Andreas Frese. 96. Barock Andrew Dalton; Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble.
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|Atta, for solo cello|
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|Variations on a Theme by Charles Ives, for flute & cello|
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CreditsDaniel Bell - Violin
William Conway - Cello
Lyell Cresswell - Liner Notes
Peter Evans - Piano
Francois Hall - Graphic Design
Andrew Hallifax - Engineer
Hebrides Ensemble - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Andrew Keener - Producer
Colin Matthews - Executive Producer
John West - Editing