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Concerto for Piano and Orchestra: Chorale Variations

by Robert Beaser / American Composers Orchestra

Not to put too fine a point on it, but Robert Beaser is one of this country's greatest composing talents, with a gift for vocal writing that is perhaps unequaled.
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1. THE MUSIC OF ROBERT BEASER: Chorale Variations
20:32 album only
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2. The Seven Deadly Sins - For Baritone and Orchestra - Pride
1:43 album only
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3. Envy
4:38 album only
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4. Wrath
2:24 album only
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5. Sloth
3:26 album only
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6. Avarice
2:53 album only
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7. Gluttony
3:19 album only
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8. Lust
3:50 album only
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9. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra: Introduction - Allegro
15:58 album only
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10. Lento - Variations
11:36 album only
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11. Rondo
6:47 album only

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Album Notes
The Music of ROBERT BEASER

Robert Beaser Chorale Variations

American Composers Orchestra
Dennis Russell Davies, conductor
Jan Opalach
Pamela Mia Paul
Chorale Variations
The Seven Deadly Sins
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra

The Baltimore Sun writes: "Beaser is one of this country's huge composing talents, with a gift for vocal writing that is perhaps unequaled." His recent Opera "The Food of Love," with a libretto by Terrence McNally, is part of the Central Park Trilogy, which opened to worldwide critical accolades at Glimmerglass and New York City Opera. The San Francisco Chronicle called his opera "gripping" and "arresting" & a masterful score with beautiful rhapsodic turns, canny pacing, pungent orchestral writing and magnificently shapely arias." The Arizona Republic called it "a masterpiece" and USA-Today wrote: "Beaser's glistening, percussion-tinged orchestral textures and utterly singable melodies are a joy to hear at every turn." Televised nationally on PBS Great Performances, it received an Emmy nomination in 2000.

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