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Orange Mountain Music is proud to present the world premiere recording of Philip Glass's Symphony No.14, commissioned and performed by the esteemed LGT Young Soloists. The album opens with a new recording of Glass's "Tirol Concerto" (2000) for piano and string orchestra performed by brilliant young pianist, Martin James Barlett as soloist. The stunning three-movement concerto is based on a traditional Tyrolean melody and receives a fresh new interpretation by the LGT Young Soloists - a virtuoso group of elite young musicians drawn from all over Europe. The ensemble rounds out the album with a crystalline rendition of Glass's "Echorus" for two violins and strings from 1994. The piece is based on Glass's Etude No.2 and was created for violinists Yehudi Menuhin and Edna Mitchell.
Orange Mountain Music is proud to present the world premiere recording of Philip Glass's Symphony No.14, commissioned and performed by the esteemed LGT Young Soloists. The album opens with a new recording of Glass's "Tirol Concerto" (2000) for piano and string orchestra performed by brilliant young pianist, Martin James Barlett as soloist. The stunning three-movement concerto is based on a traditional Tyrolean melody and receives a fresh new interpretation by the LGT Young Soloists - a virtuoso group of elite young musicians drawn from all over Europe. The ensemble rounds out the album with a crystalline rendition of Glass's "Echorus" for two violins and strings from 1994. The piece is based on Glass's Etude No.2 and was created for violinists Yehudi Menuhin and Edna Mitchell.
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Glass: Symphony No.14 Piano Concerto No.1 Echorus
Artist: LGT Young Soloists
Format: CD
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Orange Mountain Music is proud to present the world premiere recording of Philip Glass's Symphony No.14, commissioned and performed by the esteemed LGT Young Soloists. The album opens with a new recording of Glass's "Tirol Concerto" (2000) for piano and string orchestra performed by brilliant young pianist, Martin James Barlett as soloist. The stunning three-movement concerto is based on a traditional Tyrolean melody and receives a fresh new interpretation by the LGT Young Soloists - a virtuoso group of elite young musicians drawn from all over Europe. The ensemble rounds out the album with a crystalline rendition of Glass's "Echorus" for two violins and strings from 1994. The piece is based on Glass's Etude No.2 and was created for violinists Yehudi Menuhin and Edna Mitchell.

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