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The Orchestra According to the Seven. Six well-played and composed traditional, tonal and romantic works - Stefania de Kenessey's Wintersong, Opus 44, John Sichel's Three Places in New Jersey, Newton Strandberg The Legend of Emmeline Labiche - an interlude for string orchestra, Michael Dellaira Three Rivers and F. di Arta Angeli's Intermezzo and Pantokrator - and two adventurous, original voices - Philip Krumm's Concerto for Bass Clarinet and.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Wintersong, for orchestra, Op. 44 6:14
Three Places in New Jersey, tone poem for orchestra
2 No. 1, The Turnpike at East Rutherford 6:22
3 No. 2, Princeton: Second Monday In June 3:27
4 No. 3, A Night In Wildwood 3:52
5 The Legend of Emmeline Labiche, interlude for string orchestra 6:36
6 Three Rivers, for orchestra 11:08
7 Concerto for Bass Clarinet 15:03
8 Intermezzo, fragment for orchestra 6:32
9 Pantokrator, fragment for orchestra 8:45
10 Cycles of Moons & Tides, for symphonic band 8:30


Barney Childs - Conductor
Janácek Philharmonic Orchestra - Orchestra
Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra
Joel Eric Suben - Conductor