Peter Garland, Sarah Cahill - After the Wars album flac
- Album: After the Wars
- FLAC: 1681 mb | MP3: 1734 mb
- Released: 2015
- Style: Contemporary, Post-Modern
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 112
- Format: MP4 DTS MPC AAC MIDI VOX VOC
|1||Spring View: “The nation is ruined, but the mountains and rivers remain.” (after Tu Fu)||4:53|
|2||“Summer grass / all that remains / of young warriors’ dreams.” (after Basho)||5:06|
|3||Occasional Poem on an Autumn Day: “When I’m at peace I let everything go.” (after Ch’eng Hao)||5:30|
|4||“A snowy morning / and smoke from the kitchen roof— / it is good.” (after Buson)||4:50|
- Composed By – Peter Garland
- Photography By – Andy Futreal
- Piano – Sarah Cahill
- Producer, Design – Jim Fox
- Recorded By, Mastered By – Scott Fraser
Notes"After the Wars," a beautifully clangorous four-movement piano solo, was written for pianist Cahill as part of her “A Sweeter Music” series of commissioned works based around the concept of “peace” from a broad variety of composers (from Terry Riley to Frederic Rzewski to Yoko Ono to…). Knitting together this work, Garland writes, “The principal musical idea in all four [movements] is that of sustained tones, creating a sense of echo, distance, and ringing/fading away…. Each movement is like a single image, simply stated with relatively little temporal or thematic development.”
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 800413004424
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