Rain Worthington | Yet Still Night - A Nocturne For Orchestra - Single

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Yet Still Night - A Nocturne For Orchestra - Single

by Rain Worthington

A nocturne, which might be imagined in the wee hours of a sleepless night, develops into a rich web of suspenseful moments.
Genre: Classical: Orchestral
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“Yet Still Night for orchestra plays out the dichotomy of outward naiveté/underlying sophistication on a larger scale. You first think this is a lullaby, rocking back and forth between D-flat and B-flat in quarter notes that wander around the orchestra. But this is an urban lullaby, and the nocturnal world intrudes in growing chromatic lines and thickening textures.”
-- Kyle Gann (Chamber Music, August, 2003)

“Yet Still Night by Rain Worthington is a haunting symphonic composition that mesmerizes in its opening bars with glowing tonalities and deceptively simple themes. A nocturne which might be imagined in the wee hours of a sleepless night, it develops into a rich web of suspenseful moments as the string section walks the listener through a series of ever opening doors one would rather not look behind. The brass might cry out in alarm at what one might find but the pace continues nonetheless. A series of insistent chromatics propel one forward until the last door is opened and the final cry of release is heard in the brass. Alfred Hitchcock would approve.”
-- Therese McNally, Writer and AGMA member

Czech Philharmonic, Robert Ian Winstin, Conductor
(original release: Masterworks of the New Era, Volume Eleven, ERM-6811)

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