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Album Name Chamber Music. Erscheinungsdatum 1999. Labels Roadrunner Records. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen199.
Chamber Music is the second studio album by American nu metal band Coal Chamber, released on Roadrunner Records on September 7, 1999. With this record, Coal Chamber purposely distanced their sound from that of Korn and White Zombie who they were often compared to because of the prominent influence on Coal Chamber's debut album.
Benjamin Britten was the orchestra’s first Patron and a significant musical influence. The ECO’s long relationship with Daniel Barenboim led to an acclaimed complete cycle of Mozart piano concertos as live performances and recordings, followed later by two further recordings of the complete cycle, with Murray Perahia and Mitsuko Uchida. Paul Watkins has been the ECO’s Music Director and Principal Conductor since 2009, and Sir Colin Davis was appointed Conductor Emeritus in 2010. 2 Coningsby Road, London, W5 4HR, .
Britten: Chamber & Instrumental Works. Various Artists 01-04-2013. Besteciler: Benjamin Britten. Quartettino (1930): I. Andante - Allegro molto e con fuoco. Endellion String Quartet. Britten: Chamber & Instrumental Works.
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The conservatism of chamber music societies and impresarios meant that much of this cutting edge music was not included in their international touring programs. Fortunately there were exceptions; and the Decca Record Company went out of its way to document some of the ensemble’s more up-to-date offerings. This anthology brings together all of the Wiener Oktett’s recordings of 20th century chamber music, and all but the Britten make their first appearance on CD. The cheeky Octet by Belgian composer Marcel Poot was commissioned by the Vienna Octet. The Wellesz was a kind of peace offering
|1||Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury, for trumpets in multiples of 3||3:37|
|2||Suite for solo cello No. 1, Op. 72||25:23|
|3||Nocturnal after John Dowland, for guitar, Op. 70||11:12|
|4||Nocturnal after John Dowland, for guitar, Op. 70||7:17|
|Songs from the Chinese, song cycle for high voice & guitar, Op. 58|
|5||The big chariot||2:16|
|6||The Old Lute||2:57|
|7||The Autumn Wind||1:26|
|11||Sinfonietta, for chamber orchestra, Op. 1||3:33|
|12||Sinfonietta, for chamber orchestra, Op. 1||10:40|
Credits:Robert von Bahr - Engineer, Producer, Tape Editor
Andrew Barnett - Layout Design, Typesetting
Kyllikki Barnett - Layout Design, Typesetting
Siegbert Ernst - Transfers
Lars Finnström - Engineer
Matthew Harvey - Cover Painting
Frans Helmerson - Cello
Jan-Olav Hjelm - Trumpet
Josef Holecek - Guitar
William Jewson - Liner Note Translation
Cary Karp - Liner Note Translation
Knud Ketting - Liner Notes
Arlette Lemieux-Chené - Liner Note Translation
Camilla Lundberg - Liner Notes
Malmö Brass Ensemble - Producer
Bo Nilsson - Liner Notes, Trumpet
Maria Schele - Soprano (Vocal)
Per Skans - Liner Note Translation, Liner Notes
Rolf Tilly - Trumpet
Arthur Waley - Lyric Translation