Item #: CD-871 Status: Available
MP3 for $16.95
Series: GIA WindWorks
New in the GIA WindWorks series...
Traveler (2003) - New World Dances (1998) Earth Dance - Moon Dance - Sun Dance - Apotheosis of This Earth (1970) Apotheosis - Tragedy - Postscript - Songs (2008) - Emerald Suite (2006) Rondo - Air - March - Alegria (1996/2009)
What critics say about the North Texas Wind Symphony...
Audio Magazine: "The performances are expert, and the sound—which ranges from single wind instrument solos to a full band replete with thundering timpani and bass drum that can be felt through a subwoofer—is as good as it gets. There’s a remarkable combination of presence and stage depth.”
Fanfare Magazine: “The group is in a class all its own...Hats off to them...If you don’t respond to the music or to the performances (I’m sorry for you, if that’s the case), surely the audiophile-worthy engineering will get you.”
Corporon and his Wind Symphony present a consistently high level of musicianship and professionalism.
—American Record Guide
|Traveler (2003)||Eugene M. Corporon||12:46|
|New World Dances: Earth Dance (1998)||Eugene M. Corporon||2:10|
|New World Dances: Moon Dance (1998)||Eugene M. Corporon||3:25|
|New World Dances: Sun Dance (1998)||Eugene M. Corporon||3:31|
|Apotheosis of This Earth: Apotheosis (1970)||Eugene M. Corporon||10:28|
|Apotheosis of This Earth: Tragedy (1970)||Eugene M. Corporon||9:15|
|Apotheosis of This Earth: Postscript (1970)||Eugene M. Corporon||5:23|
|Songs (2008)||Eugene M. Corporon||7:33|
|Emerald Suite: Rondo (2006)||Eugene M. Corporon||4:00|
|Emerald Suite: Air (2006)||Eugene M. Corporon||3:14|
|Emerald Suite: March (2006)||Eugene M. Corporon||3:16|
|Alegria (1996/2009)||Eugene M. Corporon||5:32|