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The Music of George Walker

Work details

Tangents for Chamber Orchestra
ProMusica Chamber Orchestra of Columbus, Ohio
Timothy Russell, conductor

Lilacs for Voice and Orchestra
Faye Robinson, soprano
Arizona State University Symphony Orchestra
Timothy Russell, conductor

4'00"/2'34"/3'24"/4'18" - TT 14'16"
Wind Set for Woodwind Quintet
Peggy Schecter, flute
Richard Foley, oboe
William Shadel, clarinet
Jerome Ashby, horn
Leonard Hindell, bassoon

2'31"/5'04" - TT 7'35"
Sonata for Violin and Piano No 2
Gregory Walker, violin
George Walker, piano

5'51"/2'28"/4'36" - TT 12'55"
String Quartet No 2
El Paso Festival Quartet

1'34"/7'07"/4'07"/5'44" - TT 18'32"


Artist details

As above


Recording details

Recording dates: October 1999 - January 2000
Venues: Southern Theatre, Columbus, OH, USA (Tangents); Gammage Auditorium, Tempe, AZ (Lilacs); Union Congregational Church, Montclair, NJ (Wind Set); Montclair, NJ (Sonata); First Baptist Church, El Paso, TX (Quartet)
Compilation Producer: Kip Sullivan
Producers: Timothy Russell (Tangents, Lilacs); Sam Pilafian (Lilacs); George Walker (Wind Set, Sonata)
Engineers: Thomas Knab (Tangents); Clarke Rigsby (Lilacs); George Walker (Wind Set, Sonata); Eddie Terrazas (Quartet)
Mastering: David Shirk, Sonorous Mastering Inc
Copyright: 2000 Summit Records
Pressing: 2000 Summit Records

Summit DCD 274 DDD Stereo NEW RELEASE
TT - 58'36"


Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: George Walker (in English)
Cover Art: Daniel Traynor
Artist photos: Not credited (Gregory Walker, George Walker)
Publishers: MMB Music, St Louis, MO, USA
Credits: Kwang-Wu Kim, Stephen and Carol Fickett of the El Paso Pro-Musica staff; Arizona State University School of Music (Wayne Bailey, director) & College of Fine Arts (J Robert Wills, dean); Alan Silow, Barbara Fergus & the ProMusica Chamber Orchestra Board of Trustees


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