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Prayer - John Corigliano - Circus Maximus (CD, Album)

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8 comments on Prayer - John Corigliano - Circus Maximus (CD, Album)

  1. The CD is nicely rounded out by Corigliano's transcription of his own Gazebo Dances - originally written for four-hand piano, but reminiscent of American outdoor band concerts and thereby ideally suited for the medium. It's a delightful work, anchored by a long, gorgeous slow movement/5(5).
  2. CORIGLIANO, J.: Symphony No. 3, "Circus Maximus" / Gazebo Dances (University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Junkin) Label Catalogue Number: Running Time: UPC Code: Release Date: January Composer John Corigliano. Conductor Jerry Junkin. Engineer Richard King. Why not buy the whole Album? Your selections total.
  3. Jan 25,  · The fanfare returns in the sixth movement, “Circus Maximus,” where a parade of grotesqueries marches by, building up to a gargantuan blast of white noise, which all too slowly fades into the dubiously churchy music of “Prayer.” The coda brings back the fanfare yet again, plus the concluding firearm.
  4. Mar 10,  · While John Corigliano's 3rd symphony, "Circus Maximus" may not be the best thing he has is provided in the CD booklet - it makes for a fascinating "Prayer" rounds off the work - .
  5. Aug 21,  · John Corigliano. CIRCUS MAXIMUS (Symphony No. 3 for large wind ensemble) commissioned by the School of Music, The University of Texas at Austin, for the University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Jerry F.
  6. Mar 09,  · It was the opening chord in John Corigliano’s Circus Maximus—Symphony No. 3 for large wind ensemble, a recording of which has just been released on Naxos, performed by the University of Texas Wind Ensemble under the very able baton of Jerry Junkin. During the performance of Circus Maximus, instrumentalists are spread throughout the concert.
  7. The Circus Maximus of ancient Rome was a real place. The largest arena in the world, it entertained over , spectators daily for nearly a thousand years. Chariot races, hunts and battles satisfied the Roman public’s need for grander and wilder amusement as the Empire declined.
  8. Jan 27,  · Circus Maximus is scored for a stage band, a surrounding band, and a marching band. Unfortunately, you cannot get the full effects of this combination on a CD. However, notwithstanding, this is an excellent recording. It is difficult to summarize the music, in this, Corigliano's 3rd Symphony/5(5).

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