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Cleveland Chamber Symphony:
Sound Encounters
Sound Encounters coverThis is first in a series.  Winner of the Laurel Leaf Award and major ASCAP awards including the John S Edwards award for strongest commitment to new American music the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, conducted by Edwin London, solidifies its reputation as one of the major forces in the development of 20th and 21st century music.  (See also Volume II and Volume III.)

This Cleveland Chamber Symphony-GM Recordings debut presents new works by Pulitzer Prize-winning composers Bernard Rands and Roger Reynolds, in addition to landmark pieces by Libby Larsen and Salvatore Martirano, in a program of stunning diversity and beauty.   Also featured as soloists are saxophonist Howie Smith and cellist Regina Mushabac.  

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Howie Smith, saxophoneRegina Mushbac, celloCleveland Chamber SymphonyEdwin London, music director
1. Libby Larsen: What the Monster Saw 10:56
Salvatore Martirano: LON/dons 18:11
2. I. Sound and Logic +
3. II. Sugar
4. III. Ludwig's Bait
5. Bernard Rands: London Serenade 16:41
6. Roger Reynolds: The Dream of the Infinite Rooms 19:46
Recorded 1989-1990 at Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Executive producer: Gunther Schuller
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