Album · 2013 · 3 Songs. Alvin Lucier: Orchestral Works Petr Kotik. Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra & Petr Kotik.
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Alvin Lucier – Orchestra Works. Label: New World Records – 80755-2. Orchestra – Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: 1, 3). Producer – Alvin Lucier. Soloist – Charles Curtis. Trombone – Kyle Covington.
The Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra is a noted orchestra based in Ostrava in the northeast of the Czech Republic. It is named after the famous Czech composer Leoš Janáček. For previous US-projects it has performed under the name Czech Symphony Orchestra and Czech Radio Orchestra. Its current conductor is Heiko Mathias Förster. The orchestra was established in 1954 and has toured all across the world.
Alvin Lucier: Orchestra Works. Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra. Release Date: 20th Jan 2014. Catalogue No: NW80755. Lucier: Diamonds for 1, 2, or 3 Orchestras. Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra. Zsolt Nagy, Petr Kotik, Christian Arming. Lucier: Exploration of the House. Lucier, Alvin (. 931). Groups & Artists.
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Alvin Lucier Orchestra Works (New World Records 80755). The three works on this new release are especially straightforward and, thus, especially grand. The Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra (conducted by Christian Arming, Petr Kotik, and Zsolt Nagy) gives Diamonds a near-constant shimmer and scintillation, the microtonal collisions of passing glissandi seeming to open up a kind of infinite zoom into the nature of the sound.