- Performer:Dennis Russell Davies / Raschèr Saxophone Quartet
- Title:Philip Glass: Symphony No. 2
- Date of release:1998
- Recording date:September, 1996 - October, 1996
- Recording location:Austrian Broadcasting Studios, Vienna, Austria
- Size FLAC version1442 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1532 megabytes
- Size WMA version1596 megabytes
- Formats:DTS MP2 DXD MOD XM ADX
Movement I. Philip Glass. Dennis Russell Davies, Raschèr Saxophone Quartet. feat: ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra. 2. Movement II. 3. Movement III.
Symphony N. - Movement II 03. Symphony N. - Movement III 04. Interlude (Orphee - Act II, Scene 5) 05. Concerto for Saxophone Quartet & Orchestra - Movement I 06. Concerto for Saxophone Quartet & Orchestra - Movement II 07. Concerto for Saxophone Quartet & Orchestra - Movement III 08. Concerto for Saxophone Quartet & Orchestra - Movement IV. Performers: Dennis Russel Davies, conductor. Vienna Radio Symphonie Orchestra (1-3) Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra (4-8) Rascher Saxophone Quartet: Carina Rascher - soprano saxophone, Bruce Weinberger - tenor saxophone, Harry Kinross White.
Featuring – Rascher Saxophone Quartet (tracks: 5 to 8). Orchestra – Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 1 to 3), Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra (tracks: 4 to 8). Producer – Michael Riesman. Symphony No. 2 (1994) Recorded September 1996 at the Austrian Broadcasting (ORF) Studios, Vienna. Interlude from Orphée (1992) Recorded October 1996 at Liederkranzhalle, Stuttgart-Botnang. Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra (1995) Recorded October 1996 at Liederkranzhalle, Stuttgart-Botnang. Comes with a slipcase.
Music by Philip Glass Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra Rascher Saxophone Quartet Dennis Russell Davies, conductor. 2 1. Movement I 17:37 2. Movement II 13:42 3. Movement III 11:55. 2 (1994) was commissioned by Brooklyn Academy of Music; premiere October 15, 1994, by the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Dennis Russell Davies. I’ve been interested in polytonal music for some time, starting with Akhnate. he great experiments of polytonality carried out in the 1930s and 40s show that there’s still a lot of work to be done in that area.
String Quartet No. 2, also known by its other title Company, is a string quartet by American composer Philip Glass. This composition was finished in January 1983 in New York City, and was expected to be a piece of instrumental music for Fred Neumann's adaptation of Samuel Beckett's 1979 novella with the same name.
Symphony No. Philip Glass Composer. Dennis Russell Davies Conductor. Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra. Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra. Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra. Raschèr Saxophone Quartet. GLASS Symphony No 2; Saxophone Concerto; Orphée Interlude. Orphée, Interlude. Philip Glass is not a symphonist in the conventional sense, but then nor was Messiaen. Glass himself has indicated that his large-scale orchestral works are conceived with their probable role in the conventions of concert programming (and, presumably, recording) in mind.
Album · 2004 · 6 Songs. Tirol Concerto for Piano and Orchestra: I. Dennis Russell Davies & Stuttgart Chamber Orchetra. Tirol Concerto for Piano and Orchestra: II. Tirol Concerto for Piano and Orchestra: III.
The Raschèr Saxophone Quartet is a professional ensemble of four saxophonists which performs classical and modern music. The quartet was founded in the United States in 1969 by prominent classical saxophonist Sigurd Raschèr and his daughter, Carina (Karin). Some years later the quartet relocated to Germany and has been based there ever since. Philip Glass Symphony N. (1998), Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, Dennis Russell Davies, Cond. Works for Saxophone Quartet and Voices.
Philip Glass Symphony N. Circadian Rhythms:Mathew Rosenblum (2012) - Mathew Rosenblum, Calmus Ensemble; New World Records 80736. Die Kunst der Fuge (2011) - Bach, Carsten Klomp, Organ. New York Counterpoint (2002) - Bach, Denhoff, Grieg, Kastner, Reich, Raschèr Saxophone Orchestra, Bruce Weinberger, Cond.
CreditsWilliam Clift - Cover Photo, Photography
Martin Czembor - Mixing, Mixing Engineer
Dennis Russell Davies - Conductor, Primary Artist
Philip Glass - Composer, Liner Notes
Ryoji Hata - Mixing Assistant
Rob Holland - Photography
Robin Holland - Photography
Stefan Lainer - Assistant Engineer
Wolfgang Mittermaier - Assistant Engineer
Kurt Munkasci - Executive Producer
Frank Olinsky - Design
ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra, Primary Artist
Robert Pavlecka - Assistant Engineer
Raschèr Saxophone Quartet - Ensemble, Primary Artist, Saxophone
Anton Reininger - Engineer
Michael Riesman - Producer
Roland Rublé - Engineer
Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra - Orchestra, Primary Artist
Wiener Symphoniker - Orchestra
|Symphony No. 2, for orchestra|
|1||Movement I Philip Glass||Dennis Russell Davies / Raschèr Saxophone Quartet feat: ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra||17:37|
|2||Movement II Philip Glass||Dennis Russell Davies / Raschèr Saxophone Quartet feat: ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra||13:41|
|3||Movement III Philip Glass||Dennis Russell Davies / Raschèr Saxophone Quartet feat: ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra||11:59|
|Orphée, chamber opera|
|4||Act 2. Scene 5. Interlude Philip Glass||Dennis Russell Davies / Raschèr Saxophone Quartet feat: Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra||2:31|
|Concerto for Saxophone Quartet, for sax quartet & orchestra|
|5||Movement I Philip Glass||Dennis Russell Davies / Raschèr Saxophone Quartet feat: Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra||6:28|
|6||Movement II Philip Glass||Dennis Russell Davies / Raschèr Saxophone Quartet feat: Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra||4:56|
|7||Movement III Philip Glass||Dennis Russell Davies / Raschèr Saxophone Quartet feat: Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra||8:20|
|8||Movement IV Philip Glass||Dennis Russell Davies / Raschèr Saxophone Quartet feat: Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra||3:49|