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The companion disc to In Passing (PFCD204), this disc is a celebration of our founder and friend Giles Easterbrook. Originally released as PF019 in 2013, this new celebratory disc has been repackaged in a digipak format. This re-release is dedicated to the memory of Giles Easterbrook who, in his role as publisher and agent, made an important contribution in bringing all three pieces on this CD to fruition. He was heavily involved in the negotiations for the Clarinet Concerto and Cloud Atlas, and the former is published by the innovative Maecenas publishing house for which he created a contemporary music catalogue. With Bacchus Bagatelles he not only published the work, but even copied the parts! For Giles a publisher had a serious responsibility for the trust given by a composer, and as such he felt it important to represent a composer's work as a whole, not just individual pieces: wise words that took me some time to appreciate. - Philip Grange.
The companion disc to In Passing (PFCD204), this disc is a celebration of our founder and friend Giles Easterbrook. Originally released as PF019 in 2013, this new celebratory disc has been repackaged in a digipak format. This re-release is dedicated to the memory of Giles Easterbrook who, in his role as publisher and agent, made an important contribution in bringing all three pieces on this CD to fruition. He was heavily involved in the negotiations for the Clarinet Concerto and Cloud Atlas, and the former is published by the innovative Maecenas publishing house for which he created a contemporary music catalogue. With Bacchus Bagatelles he not only published the work, but even copied the parts! For Giles a publisher had a serious responsibility for the trust given by a composer, and as such he felt it important to represent a composer's work as a whole, not just individual pieces: wise words that took me some time to appreciate. - Philip Grange.
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Format: CD
Label: Prima Facie
Rel. Date: 12/01/2023
UPC: 7141148059864

Cloud Atlas: Wind Music Of Philip Grange (Uk)
Artist: Philip Grange / National Youth Wind Ensemble G.B.
Format: CD
New: Available $16.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Cloud Atlas for Symphonic Wind Band (2009) I Crotchet = 66 72
2. Cloud Atlas for Symphonic Wind Band (2009) II Capriccioso Crotchet = 96
3. Cloud Atlas for Symphonic Wind Band (2009) III Meccanico Sempre
4. Cloud Atlas for Symphonic Wind Band (2009) IV Crotchet =72 108
5. Cloud Atlas for Symphonic Wind Band (2009) V Crotchet = 72 Recit
6. Cloud Atlas for Symphonic Wind Band (2009) VI Capriccioso Crotchet = 96
7. Cloud Atlas for Symphonic Wind Band (2009) VII Crotchet = 72
8. Bacchus Bagatelles for Wind Quintet (1993) I Crotchet = 120
9. Bacchus Bagatelles for Wind Quintet (1993) II Round 1, Colloquy 1
10. Bacchus Bagatelles for Wind Quintet (1993) III Round 1, Colloquy 2
11. Bacchus Bagatelles for Wind Quintet (1993) IV Round 3, Dithyramb 1
12. Bacchus Bagatelles for Wind Quintet (1993) V Round 4, Bacchanal
13. Bacchus Bagatelles for Wind Quintet (1993) VI Round 5, Dithyramb 2
14. Concerto for Solo Clarinet Radical and Symphonic Wind Band

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The companion disc to In Passing (PFCD204), this disc is a celebration of our founder and friend Giles Easterbrook. Originally released as PF019 in 2013, this new celebratory disc has been repackaged in a digipak format. This re-release is dedicated to the memory of Giles Easterbrook who, in his role as publisher and agent, made an important contribution in bringing all three pieces on this CD to fruition. He was heavily involved in the negotiations for the Clarinet Concerto and Cloud Atlas, and the former is published by the innovative Maecenas publishing house for which he created a contemporary music catalogue. With Bacchus Bagatelles he not only published the work, but even copied the parts! For Giles a publisher had a serious responsibility for the trust given by a composer, and as such he felt it important to represent a composer's work as a whole, not just individual pieces: wise words that took me some time to appreciate. - Philip Grange.
        
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