Winstin, Robert Ian / Kiev Philharmonic / Masterworks Of The New Era, Vol. 5: Cooman, Actor, Covington, Russo, Barnes, Mos

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2006-03-12 Pull Date: 2006-05-14 Charts: Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: May 14 Apr 9 Mar 19
Airplays: 2 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Dec 30, 2006: Multiple Personality Disorder
4. Apr 02, 2006: Multiple Personality Disorder
2. May 11, 2006: No JC here!
Prelude to a Tragedy
5. Mar 15, 2006: The Dub Space
Prelude to a Tragedy
3. May 07, 2006: Multiple Personality Disorder

Album Review
Red West
Reviewed 2006-03-05
Collection of works by modern composers. In general they are confident, brash.
CD 1:
1.“filled with anticipatory energy”
2. like a prelude to battle! Composer has ties to Palo Alto
3.Wandering through thickets of the psyche.
4.Very American, some of the old West, song-like
5.Gentle, patiently builds and withdraws again. Composer born in San Fran
6.Gentle, in 3/4 time “programmatic one-movement work…modified sonata”
7.Abstract. Low bells and piano. Influenced by Xeniakis
disc 2:
1.Fanfare, like it says, though to me it only sounds celebratory in the last 20secs!
2.“packed full of changing moods, orchestral color, and rhythmic vitality” Copelandish
3.A day at the circus- evocative
4.oh no! sounds like someone is having a bad day. You don’t have to take it out on us!
5.playful “jaunty and full of humor”
7.brief and self-important

Track Listing
1. Cooman: The Sky About To Open   8. Walczyk: Celebration Fanfare
2. Actor: Prelude To A Tragedy   9. Wade: Copland Calling
3. Covington: Anagoge   10. Simoncic: Petit Cirque
4. Hoyer: Front Porch Rondo   11. Barnett: Broken
5. Russo: Primum Mobile   12. Barnes: Symphony No. 1: Scherzo
6. Heins: Ballade   13. Moss: New Dawn
7. Knopp: Polarities   14. Little: Fanfare