- On Opened Ground: concerto for viola and orchestra
- Texan Tenebrae
- Lullaby for Hans, for string orchestra
- Riffs and Refrains: concerto for clarinet and orchestra
- Mambo, Blues and Tarantella: concerto for violin and
Vladimir Jurowski, Marin Alsop, Markus Stenz - conductors
Christian Tetzlaff - violin
Michael Collins - clarinet
Lawrence Power - viola
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Recorded at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall: On Opened Ground 19 October 2011, Texan Tenebrae 17 April 2010, Riffs and Refrains 13 Feb 2008, Mambo, Blues and Tarantella 24 September 2008. Lullaby for Hans recorded at Snape Maltings, 1 April 2007.
Mark-Anthony Turnage is one of the most admired and widely performed British composers of his generation.
Turnage was the LPO’s Composer in Residence for five years until 2010, during which time the LPO released
two highly acclaimed CDs of his orchestral music.
This final volume contains the recording of the world première of Mambo, Blues and Tarantella with soloist Christian Tetzlaff, as well as the first released recordings of On Opened Ground and Texan Tenebrae.
Features three of today’s foremost soloists: violinist Christian Tetzlaff, clarinettist Michael Collins and violist Lawrence Power.
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