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O Beauty - Conspirare - Through The Green Fuse (CD)

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  1. In Conspirare produced its first professional, commercial recording, "through the green fuse." A second CD, "Requiem," was released in and received tw.
  2. In Conspirare produced its first professional, commercial recording, "through the green fuse." A second CD, "Requiem," was released in and received two Grammy® nominations (Best Choral Performance and Best Engineered Album, Classical).
  3. through the green fuse Their first release was 's through the green fuse on Clarion Records. It was recorded in early August over two days at the Skywalker Ranch.
  4. A complete list of all SA-CD titles worldwide with reviews, news and more. "Through the Green Fuse" Conspirare The Company of Voices Craig Hella Johnson: Track listing: 1. Spirit Seeking Light and Beauty (Gaelic hymn) 2. There Will Be Rest (Frank Ticheli) An American Romantic - Conspirare.
  5. The title of this CD, “Through the green fuse”, comes not from any of the music but from a Dylan Thomas poem, and while no explanation is offered for this choice–in fact, there are virtually no notes on the music, even though many of the works will be unfamiliar to nearly every listener–we can assume that it’s there to set a sort of aesthetic tone.
  6. Conspirare CD discography Craig Hella Johnson leads Artist in this world première recording of Considering Matthew Shepard - his musical response to the tragic death of a young gay man who has become an American icon and a symbol for hope and empowerment.
  7. Yet, Love Endures, a four-movement work, on the Amore CD. Stars forever, while we sleep, a nine-movement work, on the Aeonia CD. See review HERE. Do not weep, commissioned by the Seattle Men's Chorus and recorded on The Pink Album. Alchemy, a four-movement work, recorded by Conspirare on Through the Green Fuse. See review HERE.
  8. The first time I heard Will’s music was at an ACDA conference about 10 years ago when a choir performed his Afro-American Fragments.I was immediately struck by the freshness, the originality, and the sophisticated harmonic architecture beneath the immediacy and accessibility of the music, along with a rare sensitivity to the text, and I knew I had to perform this music myself.

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