Coleridge-Taylor Chineke! Orchestra

Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2022

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
30.09.2022

Label: Decca Music Group Ltd.

Genre: Classical

Interpret: Chineke! Orchestra

Komponist: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912)

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  • Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875 - 1912): Othello, Op. 79:
  • 1Coleridge-Taylor: Othello, Op. 79: I. Dance02:29
  • 2Coleridge-Taylor: Othello, Op. 79: II. Children's Intermezzo03:52
  • 3Coleridge-Taylor: Othello, Op. 79: III. Funeral March03:52
  • 4Coleridge-Taylor: Othello, Op. 79: IV. The Willow Song02:41
  • 5Coleridge-Taylor: Othello, Op. 79: V. Military March02:12
  • Avril Coleridge-Taylor (1903 - 1998): Sussex Landscape, Op. 27:
  • 6A. Coleridge-Taylor: Sussex Landscape, Op. 27: I. Largo07:26
  • 7A. Coleridge-Taylor: Sussex Landscape, Op. 27: II. Lento e molto tranquillo03:27
  • 8A. Coleridge-Taylor: Sussex Landscape, Op. 27: III. Largo - Maestoso02:41
  • Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: African Suite, Op. 35:
  • 9Coleridge-Taylor: African Suite, Op. 35: I. Introduction (Orch. Chris Cameron)05:06
  • 10Coleridge-Taylor: African Suite, Op. 35: II. A Love Song (Orch. Chris Cameron)03:47
  • 11Coleridge-Taylor: African Suite, Op. 35: III. Valse (Orch. Chris Cameron)04:36
  • 12Coleridge-Taylor: African Suite, Op. 35: IV. African Dance (Orch. Chris Cameron)06:14
  • Ballade in A Minor, Op. 33:
  • 13Coleridge-Taylor: Ballade in A Minor, Op. 33: I. Allegro energico, ma non troppo presto05:48
  • 14Coleridge-Taylor: Ballade in A Minor, Op. 33: II. A tempo - Tranquillo e molto espressivo05:49
  • Petite Suite de Concert, Op. 77:
  • 15Coleridge-Taylor: Petite Suite de Concert, Op. 77: I. Le caprice de Nannette03:44
  • 16Coleridge-Taylor: Petite Suite de Concert, Op. 77: II. Demande et réponse05:35
  • 17Coleridge-Taylor: Petite Suite de Concert, Op. 77: III. Un sonnet d'amour03:40
  • 18Coleridge-Taylor: Petite Suite de Concert, Op. 77: IV. La tarantelle frétillante02:46
  • Violin Concerto in G Minor, Op. 80:
  • 19Coleridge-Taylor: Violin Concerto in G Minor, Op. 80: I. Allegro maestoso11:32
  • 20Coleridge-Taylor: Violin Concerto in G Minor, Op. 80: II. Andante semplice08:48
  • 21Coleridge-Taylor: Violin Concerto in G Minor, Op. 80: III. Allegro molto11:04
  • Romance for Violin, Op. 39:
  • 22Coleridge-Taylor: Romance for Violin, Op. 39: I. Larghetto04:58
  • 23Coleridge-Taylor: Romance for Violin, Op. 39: II. Animato - A tempo04:49
  • Nonet, Op. 2:
  • 24Coleridge-Taylor: Nonet, Op. 2: I. Allegro energico08:22
  • 25Coleridge-Taylor: Nonet, Op. 2: II. Andante con moto05:27
  • 26Coleridge-Taylor: Nonet, Op. 2: III. Scherzo (Allegro)04:50
  • 27Coleridge-Taylor: Nonet, Op. 2: IV. Finale (Allegro vivace)07:43
  • Total Runtime02:23:18

Info zu Coleridge-Taylor

The album features music by the celebrated African-British composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor with an appearance by award-winning US violinist Elena Urioste, plus a world premiere recording of a work by Coleridge-Taylor’s daughter Avril Coleridge-Taylor.

The release commemorates the 110th anniversary of the composer’s death (1st September 1912). The album includes the famous Violin Concerto in G minor which was originally written for Minnie “Maud” Powell, a champion of music by African-American and female composers, first performed days after the composer’s death. Another highlight is the 1898 African Suite, based on the ground-breaking poetry of the African-American poet Paul Lawrence Dunbar, a major influence on Coleridge-Taylor taking inspiration from the ideas of Pan-Africanism.

Executive Producer of Chineke! Records is Chi-chi Nwanoku CBE, Founder, Artistic and Executive Director of the Chineke! Foundation, which supports, inspires and encourages Black and ethnically diverse classical musicians working in the UK and Europe, by providing a platform on which to excel.

Chi-chi Nwanoku CBE says, “Chineke!’s debut concert began with Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and it could not be more fitting that we launch our first Chineke! Records album in partnership with Decca with music by the same composer whose music clearly comes straight from the heart. Included is a masterpiece by his daughter Avril. Their glorious music has been silent for too long; some of it never heard, and we promise an album that you will return to over and over again.”

Kevin John Edusei makes a welcome return to conduct Chineke! and the violin soloist is Elena Urioste, a BBC Young Generation artist whose playing has been hailed as portraying in equal parts ‘passion, sensuality, brains and humour (Washington Post).

Chineke! Orchestra
Kevin John Edusei, conductor
Elena Urioste, violin




Chineke!
was founded in 2015 by the double bass player, Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE, to provide career opportunities for young Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) classical musicians in the UK and Europe. Chineke!’s mission is: ‘Championing change and celebrating diversity in classical music’.

The Chineke! Orchestra works closely with its sister ensemble, the Chineke! Junior Orchestra, a youth orchestra of BME players aged between 11 and 18, with senior players acting as mentors, teachers and role models to the young musicians. In 2017, the Chineke! Orchestra made its BBC Proms debut at the Royal Albert Hall and performed at many other leading festivals throughout England, all to great critical acclaim.

Anthony Parnther
American conductor, Anthony Parnther, is the son of immigrants. His father emigrated to the United States from Kingston, Jamaica at the height of the Korean War and served in the US Navy. His mother came to America from the remote Pacific microstate of Samoa. Anthony was born in Norfolk, Virginia, and the family eventually relocated to Washington D.C. and New York City before settling in central Virginia where Anthony became active in the instrumental music program. While in high school, Anthony learned the bassoon and the tuba and developed secondary interests in acting, singing, forensics, and creative writing before deciding to enter university fully committed to music.

Anthony studied orchestral conducting at Northwestern University with Victor Yampolsky and at Yale University with Lawrence Leighton Smith. He also received guidance and mentorship from mentorships with Cliff Colnot, W. Francis McBeth, and Frank Battisti. He resides in Los Angeles.

Kevin John Edusei
is praised repeatedly for the drama and tension that he brings to his music-making, for his clear sense of architecture and attention to detail. A suave and elegant figure on the podium, he has conducted widely across Europe, in particular in Germany and the Netherlands, dividing his time equally between the concert hall and opera house. He conducts a broad range of repertoire from baroque to contemporary, with a particular interest in German music from the early romantic period and early 20th century. He is Chief Conductor of the Munich Symphony Orchestra.

Wayne Marshall
Wayne’s relationship with music began at an early age. By the age of three, he had already familiarised himself with the piano, and only began to take formal lessons a few years later. Wayne was a student at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester from 1971 to 1979. He won a Foundation scholarship to the Royal College of Music in London, which was combined with the post of Organ Scholar at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, and was a Post Graduate student at the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna from 1983-84.

Wayne’s musical forays led him to experiment in multiple genres, including church music and jazz, but quickly found his professional voice as an organ/piano recitalist. His first recorded work goes as far back as 1990, recorded at the organ of Coventry Cathedral, for EMI.This was also the time in which Wayne began to find his footing as a conductor, a path that would see him working with some of the world’s most accomplished orchestras. Wayne feels at home on the podium directing and conducting as well as being a soloist. He is a man with two gifts and one legacy.



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