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Bridge Records announces the release of Volume 21 the Complete Crumb Edition, a monumental recording project begun in 1982, and completed 42 years later with this final installment. The Grammy award-winning Crumb series documents the late American composer's complete catalog of works, spanning Crumb's seventy-five year compositional career. Project producer David Starobin writes that "the series benefited tremendously from George's participation in the recording and post-production of these documents." This last volume includes compositions from the beginning, middle, and end of Crumb's career and features the world premiere recording of the composer's penultimate composition, the percussion quintet Kronos-Kryptos (2020), performed by Ensemble 20/21 of the Curtis Institute of Music. The record also includes Crumb's second acknowledged composition, the Sonata for Solo Violoncello (1955), performed by cellist Timothy Eddy, as well as two performances of Crumb's piano solo, Processional (1983), played by pianists Gilbert Kalish (keyboard version) and Marcantonio Barone (alternate version with extended piano effects).
Bridge Records announces the release of Volume 21 the Complete Crumb Edition, a monumental recording project begun in 1982, and completed 42 years later with this final installment. The Grammy award-winning Crumb series documents the late American composer's complete catalog of works, spanning Crumb's seventy-five year compositional career. Project producer David Starobin writes that "the series benefited tremendously from George's participation in the recording and post-production of these documents." This last volume includes compositions from the beginning, middle, and end of Crumb's career and features the world premiere recording of the composer's penultimate composition, the percussion quintet Kronos-Kryptos (2020), performed by Ensemble 20/21 of the Curtis Institute of Music. The record also includes Crumb's second acknowledged composition, the Sonata for Solo Violoncello (1955), performed by cellist Timothy Eddy, as well as two performances of Crumb's piano solo, Processional (1983), played by pianists Gilbert Kalish (keyboard version) and Marcantonio Barone (alternate version with extended piano effects).
090404959226
Crumb / Kalish / Barone - V21: Complete Crumb Edition

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Format: CD
Label: Bridge
Rel. Date: 03/01/2024
UPC: 090404959226

V21: Complete Crumb Edition
Artist: Crumb / Kalish / Barone
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. * Processional
2. I. Easter Dawning
3. II. a Ghostly Barcarolle
4. III. Drummers of the Apocalypse
5. IV. Appalachian Echoes (Look Homeward, Angel)
6. * Cello Sonata
7. I. Fantasia
8. II. Tema Pastorale Con Variazioni
9. III. Toccata
10. Processional

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Bridge Records announces the release of Volume 21 the Complete Crumb Edition, a monumental recording project begun in 1982, and completed 42 years later with this final installment. The Grammy award-winning Crumb series documents the late American composer's complete catalog of works, spanning Crumb's seventy-five year compositional career. Project producer David Starobin writes that "the series benefited tremendously from George's participation in the recording and post-production of these documents." This last volume includes compositions from the beginning, middle, and end of Crumb's career and features the world premiere recording of the composer's penultimate composition, the percussion quintet Kronos-Kryptos (2020), performed by Ensemble 20/21 of the Curtis Institute of Music. The record also includes Crumb's second acknowledged composition, the Sonata for Solo Violoncello (1955), performed by cellist Timothy Eddy, as well as two performances of Crumb's piano solo, Processional (1983), played by pianists Gilbert Kalish (keyboard version) and Marcantonio Barone (alternate version with extended piano effects).
        
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