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modern classic

Corigliano's new Red Violin Concerto is destined, I think, to become one of the great concertos of our time. Based on the successful score Coigliano wrote to 'The Red Violin,' it is fashioned into a spine-tingling concerto. There's something here for everyone: for those afraid of 'modern' music, there are nice, singable melodies; for those who enjoy some drama, there's lots of 'scraping' and playing on the fingerboard in the strings; big brass sections, and lots of percussion. I was priviliged to attend the concert at which this album was recorded, and the album brings back memories of the amazing experience!

Superb!

Corigliano has created a beautiful and dramatic work for Johsua Bell. The main theme (from the movie) is achingly haunting. Bell negotiates some cruel passages with apparent ease. The Violin Sonata also receives a powerful performance. Excellent sound, too.

Biography

Formed: February 11, 1916 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra was established as a municipal ensemble with funding from local government agencies. The orchestra's first concert took place at the Lyric Theatre on February 11, 1916; its players were mostly local musicians joined by a few members of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Gustav Strube was appointed the group's first musical director in 1917. During his 13-year tenure, the number of concerts gradually increased, children's concerts were established in 1924, and several famous...
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