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Author Adès, Thomas.

Title Living toys / Thomas Adès.

Published New York : EMI Classics, [1998]
℗1998

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM INTERNET music    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Works. Selections
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Debut.
Debut (New York, N.Y.)
Notes Previously released as a compact disc.
The 1st work a suite for chamber orchestra; the 2nd work for string quartet; the 3rd work for baroque oboe, horn, and harpsichord; the 4th work a symphonic poem for trios of clarinets, violas, and violoncellos with percussion; the 5th work for men's choir with organ.
Contents Living toys : op. 9 (19:06) -- Arcadiana : op. 12 (19:27) -- Sonata da caccia : op. 11 (12:36) -- The origin of the harp : op. 13 (9:19) -- Gefriolsae me : op. 3b (3:49).
Performers London Sinfonietta, Markus Stenz, conductor (1st work) ; Endellion Quartet (2nd work) ; Michael Niesemann, baroque oboe, Andrew Clark, horn, Thomas Adès, harpsichord (3rd work) ; Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Robert Quinney, organ, Stephen Cleobury, conductor (5th work).
Notes Recorded at All Saints' Church, Petersham, May 1995 (1st work), No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London, Mar. and May 1997 (2nd-3rd works), All Hallows Church, Gospel Oak, London, May 1997 (4th work), and Chapel of King's College, Cambridge, Jan. 1997 (5th work).
Language notes The 5th work sung in Middle English.
Other author Clark, Andrew (Horn player), instrumentalist.
Cleobury, Stephen, conductor.
Niesemann, Michael, 1960- instrumentalist.
Quinney, Robert, instrumentalist.
Stenz, Markus, conductor.
Adès, Thomas. Arcadiana.
Adès, Thomas. Gefriolsae me.
Adès, Thomas. Living toys.
Adès, Thomas. Origin of the harp.
Adès, Thomas. Sonata da caccia.
Endellion String Quartet, performer.
King's College (University of Cambridge). Choir, performer.
London Sinfonietta, performer.
Subject Anthems.
Choruses, Sacred (Men's voices) with organ.
Instrumental ensembles.
String quartets.
Suites (Chamber orchestra)
Symphonic poems (Chamber orchestra)
Trios (Harpsichord, oboe, horn)
Sound recordings.