Mark-Anthony Turnage: Twice Through the Heart, Hidden Love Song, The Torn Fields (LPO Audio CD)


Catalogue No: LPOTwice
Shop Product Code: 231279J

Status: Usually despatched within 10 - 12 working days

Department: CDs - Save up to 15% - Classical CDs

Publisher: LPO

More Product Details

More Product Details


Three works by the London Philharmonic Orchestra's Composer in Residence Mark-Anthony Turnage offer strikingly different glimpses of the human interface: a chilling first-person account of marital murder, a touchingly titled musical gift and an acerbic view of the destruction of war. Works of acute craft and insight are captured here with vivid drama in performance under Marin Alsop.

MARIN ALSOP conductor
Pieter Schoeman leader
Twice Through the Heart recorded at Blackheath Concert Halls, London, on 16 April 2007.
Producer and engineer Tim Handley
Hidden Love Song recorded live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, on 30 January 2006.
Tim Oldham
Mike Hatch
The Torn Fields recorded at Watford Town Hall on 11 February 2007.
Producer and engineerTim Handley
Mastering engineer Tim Handley
Publishers Schott & Co Ltd (Twice Through the Heart; The Torn Fields); Boosey & Hawkes Ltd (Hidden Love Song
Design and artwork Harrison + Co Creative

The production of this disc was made possible through the generous support of the Michael Marks Charitable Trust and Arts Council England.

Booklet text in English and German.
Total playing time: 66:15

LPO - 0031
© 2008 London Philharmonic Orchestra Limited
(P) 2008 London Philharmonic Orchestra Limited


Contents and Reviews

29:46 Twice Through the Heart
01 03:11 No Way Out
02 03:18 Inside (Part 1)
03 03:51 Love
04 02:20 By the Sea
05 02:58 Inside (Part 2)
06 02:14 Four Walls
07 00:57 Interlude
08 06:52 Landslide
09 04:51 China Cup
SARAH CONNOLLY mezzo soprano
10 10:24 Hidden Love Song
MARTIN ROBERTSON soprano saxophone
16:42 The Torn Fields
11 01:46 Prologue
12 02:47 Loss
13 02:32 No More Jokes
14 09:48 Wounded
15 02:18 Interlude
16 03:38 The Mouthless Dead
17 03:10 Aftermath