Philip Glass: In the Penal Colony. Orange Mountain Music OMM 0078.
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In 2000 composer Philip Glass wrote a chamber opera, In the Penal Colony, based on the story. A 24-minute film adaptation by Turkish-born Canadian filmmaker Sibel Guvenc was released in 2006. In 2009, a young Iranian filmmaker, Narges Kalhor, showed her short film adaptation at the Nuremberg Film Festival. Frank Zappa, in the liner notes of the Mothers of Invention album We're Only in It for the Money, recommends reading the short story before listening to the track "The Chrome Plated Megaphone of Destiny. Ian Curtis of the band Joy Division was inspired by "In the Penal Colony" to write the song "Colony" from the album Closer. The novel The Shadow of the Torturer, by Gene Wolfe, follows the exploits of a member of a guild of torturers.
Music by Philip Glass Libretto written by Rudolph Wurlitzer based on the tale by Franz Kafka. CAST: Soloist(s): Tenor, Baritone, 2 Actors; Orchestration: str (Al. Tenor, Bass, 2 Spoken + vln(1&2). In the Penal Colony is based on Kafka’s short story of the same title. The story describes an execution planned for one of the prisoners of the colony for which and up until then, an execution machine has been routinely used. The new album features all new music including the world premiere recordings of new works by Philip Glass, Gavin Bryars, David Skidmore, Peter Martin, and Robert Dillon.
Glass's take on Kafka is a suitably challenging listen, writes Fiona Maddocks. Music Theatre Wales/Rafferty (Orange Mountain Music). Based on Kafka's 1914 short story, Philip Glass's chamber opera explores the circumstances of a condemned man awaiting execution. The Officer (Omar Ebrahim) believes in upholding the old methods of torture and killing; the Visitor (Michael Bennett) is appalled by what he sees but unable to intervene as the inevitable occurs. This is a tough but worthwhile listen, using the same cast as Music Theatre Wales's 2010 staging. The familiar oscillations of Glass's score, skilfully played by a quintet of strings with electronic noises off, are put to intense, inventive use.
Glass: In the Penal Colony – Michael Bennett (The Visitor), Omar Ebrahim (The Officer); Music Theatre Wales; Michael Rafferty (conductor). Recorded October 27–28, 2010. Label: Orange Mountain OMM0078. Ozorio, Anne (September 20, 2010). An experience In the Penal Colony".
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|In the Penal Colony|
|1||The Machine Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||0:31|
|2||Prologue Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||6:04|
|3||Scene 1 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||3:11|
|4||Scene 2 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||3:33|
|5||Scene 3 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||10:24|
|6||Scene 4 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||2:27|
|7||Scene 5 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||5:05|
|8||Scene 6 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||3:18|
|9||Scene 7 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||3:42|
|10||Scene 8 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||8:14|
|11||Scene 9 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||2:47|
|12||Scene 10 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||1:51|
|13||Scene 11 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||2:22|
|14||Scene 12 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||4:19|
|15||Scene 13 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||4:27|
|16||Scene 14 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||3:24|
|17||Scene 15 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||6:08|
|18||Scene 16 Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||4:53|
|19||Epilogue Philip Glass||Michael Rafferty||2:11|
CreditsClive Barda - Photography
Michael Bennett - Tenor (Vocal)
Don Christensen - Executive Producer, Producer
Ian Dearden - Sound Creation
Omar Ebrahim - Vocals
Marcus Ginns - Cover Image
Philip Glass - Composer, Executive Producer
Richard Guerin - Liner Notes
Michael McCarthy - Stage Direction
Kurt Munkacsi - Executive Producer
Music Theatre Wales - Ensemble
Michael Rafferty - Conductor, Primary Artist
Michael Riesman - Mastering, Mixing
David Sheppard - Sound Creation
Rudolph Wurlitzer - Librettist