Jay Greenberg - London Symphony Orchestra, José Serebrier, Juilliard String Quartet - Symphony #5 / Quintet For Strings download mp3 album
Juilliard String Quartet. David Lai. Executive Producer. London Symphony Orchestra. Conductor, Primary Artist. Art Direction, Design. Technical Supervisor.
Symphony no. 5: IV. Finale. 5. Quintet for Strings: I. Adagio misterioso. length: 8:15 strings: Juilliard String Quartet. 6. Quintet for Strings: II. Scherzando e animato. length: 5:11 strings: Juilliard String Quartet. 7. Quintet for Strings: III. Prestissimo. length: 5:16 strings: Juilliard String Quartet.
The Sony Classical label released his first CD on August 15, 2006; it includes his Symphony No. 5 and String Quintet as performed by the London Symphony Orchestra under the direction of José Serebrier and by the Juilliard String Quartet with cellist Darrett Adkins respectively. The 2011 contemporary classical album Troika includes Jay Greenberg's song "I still keep mute", setting a poem by Vladimir Nabokov. Prodigy Jay Greenberg (b. 1991) whose Fifth Symphony, begun when he was twelve, and String Quintet (both recorded in 2006), bespeak extraordinary gifts. Gurewitsch, Matthew (13 August 2006).
Julliard String Quartet & Darrett Adler (cello), London Symphony Orchestra, José Serebrier. London Symphony Orchestra, José Serebrier. Release Date: 18th Sep 2006. Catalogue No: 82876868452.
London Symphony, conducted by José Serebrier; Juilliard String Quartet; Darrett Atkins, cellist. Sony Classical 82876-81804-2; CD. WITH the exception of Erich Wolfgang Korngold, a born genius who struggled long and hard to achieve mediocrity, practically every noteworthy composer started out as a gifted mimic. Mr. Greenberg’s more innovative Quintet for Strings, composed in 2004, opens with an arch-form adagio that shuffles between post-Romantic ambiguity and modal reverie. Two shorter contrasting movements follow, a puckish Scherzando and a Prestissimo filled with the plucks and scratches of Bartok’s effects inspired by folk music. The Juilliard String Quartet and the cellist Darrett Atkins perform the work with the expected aplomb.
The Juilliard String Quartet is a classical music string quartet founded in 1946 at the Juilliard School in New York by William Schuman. The original members were violinists Robert Mann and Robert Koff, violist Raphael Hillyer and cellist Arthur Winograd. Current members are violinists Areta Zhulla and Ronald Copes, violist Roger Tapping, and cellist Astrid Schween. Areta Zhulla most recently joined the quartet, replacing Joseph Lin in September 2018. Joseph Lin had previously joined the Quartet in 2011 after Nick Eanet resigned in 2010 for failing health. Former second violinist, later first. Symphony no. 5, Quintet for Strings. Jay Greenberg; London Symphony Orchestra, José Serebrier, Juilliard String Quartet.
Album · 1999 · 12 Songs. Quintet in G minor for Piano and Strings, Op. 57 (1940). Juilliard String Quartet & Yefim Bronfman. Chicago Symphony Orchestra Brass, Jay Friedman, Mark Ridenour, Christopher Martin, John Hagstrom, Michael Mulcahy, Dale Clevenger & Tony Kniffen. Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No. 2 - Symphony for Strings (arr. By R. Barshai). Dimitry Shostakovich, J. I Musici De Montreal & Maxim Shostakovich. Hindemith: Quartet for Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano & Shostakovich: Piano Quintet In G Minor, Op. 57. The Boston Symphony Chamber Players & Gilbert Kalish. The Budapest String Quartet and Friends. Budapest String Quartet, Artur Balsam, John Barrows & Boris Kroyt
London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), John Towner Williams, Shawn Murphy, Leslie Ann Jones. Adiemus, Karl Jenkins, The BBC National Orchestra Of Wales, BBC National Orchetra of Wales. London Symphony Orchestra, Josh Groban. Era, London Symphonic Orchestra, English Chamber Choir, Geoff Foster, Racha rizk. James Horner, London Symphony Orchestra (LSO), The City Of Prague Philarmonic Orchestra.
|Symphony No. 5|
|1||I. Allegro Molto||10:04|
|2||II. Scherzo; Vivace Assai||6:14|
|3||III. Fantasia; Lento||11:13|
|4||IV. Finalee; Allegro Con Brio||6:31|
|Quintet For Strings|
|5||I. Adagio Misterioso||8:15|
|6||II. Scherzando E Animato||5:10|
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Manufactured By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Distributed By – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
- Recorded At – Purchase College, Purchase NY
- Art Direction, Design – Roxanne Slimak
- Cello – Darrett Adkins (tracks: 5 to 7), Joel Krosnick (tracks: 5 to 7)
- Composed By – Jay Greenberg
- Conductor – José Serebrier* (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Stephen Marshall (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Engineer [Recording] – Richard King
- Ensemble – Juilliard String Quartet (tracks: 5 to 7)
- Executive-Producer – David Lai
- Orchestra – London Symphony Orchestra* (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Photography By – Bill Phelps
- Producer – Steven Epstein*
- Product Manager – Leslie Collman-Smith
- Supervised By [Remote Technical Supervisor] – James Yates (tracks: 5 to 7)
- Viola – Samuel Rhodes (tracks: 5 to 7)
- Violin – Joel Smirnoff (tracks: 5 to 7), Ronald Copes (tracks: 5 to 7)
NotesTracks 1-4 recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London on February 3, 2006.
Tracks 5-7 recorded at Purchase College, Theater A, Purchase, New York on February 16, 2006.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 28768 68452 8
- Label Code: LC 06868
|82876-81804-2||Jay Greenberg - London Symphony Orchestra*, José Serebrier*, Juilliard String Quartet||Jay Greenberg - London Symphony Orchestra*, José Serebrier*, Juilliard String Quartet - Symphony #5 / Quintet For Strings (SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel)||Sony Classical, Sony BMG Masterworks||82876-81804-2||US||2006|