Annotation

1–3, 10–12 are world premiere recordings.

Annotation last modified on 2018-07-10 11:38 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Symphony no. 15 “Homage to Mozart”: I. Iridescences
engineer:
Anton Reininger (on 2006-06-16)
producer:
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra (previously ORF-Symphonieorchester)
orchestra:
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra (previously ORF-Symphonieorchester) (on 2006-06-16)
conductor:
Michael Boder (conductor) (on 2006-06-16)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
ORF Radio Hall (Funkhaus Wien, Vienna, Austria) in Wieden, Wien, Austria (on 2006-06-16)
live recording of:
Symphony no. 15 "Homage to Mozart": I. Iridescences (on 2006-06-16)
composer:
Gloria Coates (from 2004 until 2005)
part of:
Symphony no. 15 “Homage to Mozart”
Gloria Coates8:01
2Symphony no. 15 “Homage to Mozart”: II. Puzzle Canon
engineer:
Anton Reininger (on 2006-06-16)
producer:
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra (previously ORF-Symphonieorchester)
orchestra:
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra (previously ORF-Symphonieorchester) (on 2006-06-16)
conductor:
Michael Boder (conductor) (on 2006-06-16)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
ORF Radio Hall (Funkhaus Wien, Vienna, Austria) in Wieden, Wien, Austria (on 2006-06-16)
live recording of:
Symphony no. 15 "Homage to Mozart": II. Puzzle Canon (on 2006-06-16)
composer:
Gloria Coates (from 2004 until 2005)
part of:
Symphony no. 15 “Homage to Mozart”
Gloria Coates8:35
3Symphony no. 15 “Homage to Mozart”: III. What Are Stars?
engineer:
Anton Reininger (on 2006-06-16)
producer:
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra (previously ORF-Symphonieorchester)
orchestra:
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra (previously ORF-Symphonieorchester) (on 2006-06-16)
conductor:
Michael Boder (conductor) (on 2006-06-16)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
ORF Radio Hall (Funkhaus Wien, Vienna, Austria) in Wieden, Wien, Austria (on 2006-06-16)
live recording of:
Symphony no. 15 "Homage to Mozart": III. What Are Stars? (on 2006-06-16)
composer:
Gloria Coates (from 2004 until 2005)
part of:
Symphony no. 15 “Homage to Mozart”
Gloria Coates5:52
4Cantata da Requiem “World War II Poems for Peace”: Aria “Junge Witwe” (Young Widow)
engineer:
Richard Harper (on 2005-11-09)
producer:
Talisker Players
soprano vocals:
Teri Dunn (on 2005-11-09)
performer:
Talisker Players (on 2005-11-09)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
Trinity St. Paul’s Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (on 2005-11-09)
live recording of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace": Aria "Junge Witwe" (Young Widow) (on 2005-11-09)
composer:
Gloria Coates (in 1972)
part of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace"
Gloria Coates5:16
5Cantata da Requiem “World War II Poems for Peace”: Recitative “BBC Weather Report 1942”
engineer:
Richard Harper (on 2005-11-09)
producer:
Talisker Players
soprano vocals:
Teri Dunn (on 2005-11-09)
performer:
Talisker Players (on 2005-11-09)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
Trinity St. Paul’s Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (on 2005-11-09)
live recording of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace": Recitative "BBC Weather Report 1942" (on 2005-11-09)
composer:
Gloria Coates (in 1972)
arrangement of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace"
part of:
The Force for Peace in War
Gloria Coates0:29
6Cantata da Requiem “World War II Poems for Peace”: Aria “The Flying Bombers”
engineer:
Richard Harper (on 2005-11-09)
producer:
Talisker Players
soprano vocals:
Teri Dunn (on 2005-11-09)
performer:
Talisker Players (on 2005-11-09)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
Trinity St. Paul’s Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (on 2005-11-09)
live recording of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace": Aria "The Flying Bombers" (on 2005-11-09)
composer:
Gloria Coates (in 1972)
arrangement of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace"
part of:
The Force for Peace in War
Gloria Coates2:09
7Cantata da Requiem “World War II Poems for Peace”: Recitative “Brief der Lehrerin Elfriede Birndorfer” (Note from a teacher Elfriede Birndorfer)
engineer:
Richard Harper (on 2005-11-09)
producer:
Talisker Players
soprano vocals:
Teri Dunn (on 2005-11-09)
performer:
Talisker Players (on 2005-11-09)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
Trinity St. Paul’s Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (on 2005-11-09)
live recording of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace": Recitative "Brief der Lehrerin Elfriede Birndorfer" (Note from a teacher Elfriede Birndorfer) (on 2005-11-09)
composer:
Gloria Coates (in 1972)
arrangement of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace"
part of:
The Force for Peace in War
Gloria Coates1:19
8Cantata da Requiem “World War II Poems for Peace”: Aria “Rinne, Regen, Rinne” (Run, Rain, Run)
engineer:
Richard Harper (on 2005-11-09)
producer:
Talisker Players
soprano vocals:
Teri Dunn (on 2005-11-09)
performer:
Talisker Players (on 2005-11-09)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
Trinity St. Paul’s Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (on 2005-11-09)
live recording of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace": Aria "Rinne, Regen, Rinne" (Run, Rain, Run) (on 2005-11-09)
composer:
Gloria Coates (in 1972)
arrangement of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace"
part of:
The Force for Peace in War
Gloria Coates2:30
9Cantata da Requiem “World War II Poems for Peace”: Aria “All These Dyings”
engineer:
Richard Harper (on 2005-11-09)
producer:
Talisker Players
soprano vocals:
Teri Dunn (on 2005-11-09)
performer:
Talisker Players (on 2005-11-09)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
Trinity St. Paul’s Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada (on 2005-11-09)
live recording of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace": Aria "All These Dyings" (on 2005-11-09)
composer:
Gloria Coates (in 1972)
arrangement of:
Cantata da Requiem "World War II Poems for Peace"
part of:
The Force for Peace in War
Gloria Coates4:14
10Transitions: I. Illumination
engineer:
Alfons Seebacher (on 1985-06-23)
conductor:
Werner Heider (composer, pianist and conductor) (on 1985-06-23)
performer:
Ars Nova Ensemble Nuremberg (on 1985-06-23)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
Bavarian Radio in München, Bayern, Germany (on 1985-06-23)
live recording of:
Transitions: I. Illumination (on 1985-06-23)
composer:
Gloria Coates (in 1984)
part of:
Transitions (for chamber orchestra)
Gloria Coates8:04
11Transitions: II. Mystical Plosives
engineer:
Alfons Seebacher (on 1985-06-23)
conductor:
Werner Heider (composer, pianist and conductor) (on 1985-06-23)
performer:
Ars Nova Ensemble Nuremberg (on 1985-06-23)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
Bavarian Radio in München, Bayern, Germany (on 1985-06-23)
live recording of:
Transitions: II. Mystical Plosives (on 1985-06-23)
composer:
Gloria Coates (in 1984)
part of:
Transitions (for chamber orchestra)
Gloria Coates4:55
12Transitions: III. Dream Sequence
engineer:
Alfons Seebacher (on 1985-06-23)
conductor:
Werner Heider (composer, pianist and conductor) (on 1985-06-23)
performer:
Ars Nova Ensemble Nuremberg (on 1985-06-23)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
recorded at:
Bavarian Radio in München, Bayern, Germany (on 1985-06-23)
live recording of:
Transitions: III. Dream Sequence (on 1985-06-23)
composer:
Gloria Coates (in 1984)
part of:
Transitions (for chamber orchestra)
Gloria Coates7:47

Credits

Release

manufactured in:EU
liner notes:Kyle Gann (US composer and musicologist)
mastering:Egino Klepper (mastering)
Sebastian Riederer von Paar
illustration:Gloria Coates (in 1991)
rights society:GEMA (German rights society; do not use this as a label or work publisher!)
copyrighted (©) by:Naxos Rights International Ltd. (for copyrights/licensing use only!) (in 2007)
licensed from:BRW Service GmbH
part of:American Classics (Naxos) (order: 101)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/3221619 [info]
ASIN:DE: B000Y1BQT4 [info]
discography entry:https://www.naxos.com/catalogue/item.asp?item_code=8.559371 [info]