Takoma Ensemble, Victoria Gau & David Iskowitz | Scott Pender: Foothills - EP

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Scott Pender: Foothills - EP

by Takoma Ensemble, Victoria Gau & David Iskowitz

Sweeping, lyrical music for string orchestra & piano with an incisive rhythmic pulse, combining old-time elements with distinctly contemporary writing.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Foothills: I. Fast, Vigorous
Takoma Ensemble, Victoria Gau & David Iskowitz
3:13 album only
2. Foothills: II. Languorous, Not Hurried
Takoma Ensemble, Victoria Gau & David Iskowitz
3:17 album only
3. Foothills: III. Slow, Lyrical
Takoma Ensemble, David Iskowitz & Victoria Gau
3:05 album only
4. Foothills: IV. Lively, Swinging
Takoma Ensemble, Victoria Gau & David Iskowitz
4:01 album only
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Combining his hallmark rhythmic vitality with soaring, lyrical melodies for strings, Scott Pender uses elements of old-time music to create a suite in which the piano gradually emerges from an accompanying role into a solo role in the finale.

"Foothills," a four-movement work for string orchestra & piano, was commissioned by The North Georgia Chamber Symphony, Inc. and is featured as the soundtrack to the documentary film "Pieced Together" from Director/Producer Julianne Donofrio, set for early 2015 release.

Scott Pender (b. 1959) has called the phonograph his first music teacher. He cites his parents’ “extensive, eclectic record collection” as a primary early influence. With a compositional style that draws on 20th century minimalism and popular music, and also recalls the 19th-century Romantic tradition, Pender studied philosophy at Georgetown University and music composition at Peabody Conservatory. He was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to study in the United Kingdom with the English composer Gavin Bryars. A native of Florida, he has made Washington, D.C. his home for more than 35 years.



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