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20th Century: the American Scene - Tai Murray, violin / Ashley Wass, piano 
CD audio - EAS 29253 - Total Time: 79' 01'' - Worldwide Release: 15 November 2013


Tracking List

  

COPLAND, AARON

 (1900-1990) 

Sonata for Violin & Piano (1943) 

1.   I. Andante Semplice 
2.   II. Lento 
3.   III. Allegretto giusto 


CARTER, ELLIOTT 

(1908-2012) 
Four Lauds for Solo Violin 
4.   Statement - Remembering 
5.   Aaron (1999) 
6.   Riconoscenza per Goffredo         Petrassi(1984) 
7.   Rhapsodic Musings (2000) 
8.   Fantasy – Remembering             Roger (1999) 

CAGE, JOHN

 (1912-1992) 
9-14.   Six Melodies for Violin & Piano (1950) 

CORIGLIANO, JOHN (1938 -) 
Sonata for Violin & Piano (1963) 
9.    I.Allegro 
10.   II.Andantino 
11.   III.Lento 
12.   IV.Allegro

  

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About the Artists

  

Tai Murray

Ashley Wass

About the Project

  

The twentieth century will go down in history as the century that radically changed our society: two devastating world wars and an economic system that was to take hold, at staggering speed, of the philosophy, aesthetics, and moral values on which humanity had hitherto been founded. As a result, the arts in general and the musical world in particular were so powerfully affected that, today, we can find no parallel in past centuries. Thus the twentieth century will be remembered as the century of diversity, when the confluence of so many different schools of thought gave birth to the most varied techniques and compositional styles, unhesitatingly burying all vestiges of post-Romanticism. Inevitably, the American musical landscape, consistently inheriting European trends, was imbued with this ‘experimental’ feel, leading to a diverse musical scene that breathes the air of Nadia Boulanger’s Paris with Aaron Copland and Elliott Carter, ‘moves away’ from sound with John Cage, and employs the full range of stylistic possibilities with John Corigliano; an America that adapts the old language to derive completely new and fresh music from elements inherited from the past. In a country where ‘classical’ music is not a native art, it became imperative to create music with an identity of its own that would reflect the thoughts and feelings of a people and to develop a school of American composers.

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We would like to express our gratitude to RBB Radio, and to the whole team there, for the dedication that they have shown to Tay and Ashely in the coproduction with eaSonus of this project.

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