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  • SKU: PFCD107
  • Format: CD
  • UPC: 712396065487
  • Street Date: 11/08/19
  • PreBook Date: 09/06/19
  • Label: Prima Facie »
  • Genre: Classical
  • Run Time: 40 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Year of Production: 2019
  • Box Lot: 0
  • Territory: US,CA
  • Language: English


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Kenneth Hamilton - Kenneth Hamilton Plays Ronald Stevenson Volume 2

Kenneth Hamilton - Kenneth Hamilton Plays Ronald Stevenson Volume 2
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Hamilton, a former student, friend and colleague of the composer, performs Stevenson's music with "understanding and brilliance". Volume 2 features a riveting collection of Celtic pieces, including Stevenson's complete Purcell transcriptions, and the first recording of the wonderfully witty Threepenny Sonatina, based on themes from Kurt Weill's Threepenny Opera.

Track Listing

  • Keening Song For A Makar (in Memoriam Francis George Scott)
  • Norse Elegy For Ella Nygard
  • Chorale-Pibroch For Sorley Maclean
  • Toccata-Reel: "The High Road To Linton"
  • Barra Flyting Toccata
  • Merrick/Stevenson: Hebridean Seascape
  • Little Jazz Variations On Purcell's "New Scotch Tune"
  • Threepenny Sonatina (on Kurt Weill's Threepenny Opera)
  • Recitative And Air On DSCH
  • Bach/Stevenson: "Komm, Süßer Tod"
  • Purcell/Stevenson: Hornpipe
  • Purcell/Stevenson: Three Grounds: Andante Quasi Fado
  • Purcell/Stevenson: Three Grounds: Andante Arioso
  • Purcell/Stevenson: Three Grounds: Allegretto
  • Purcell/Stevenson: Toccata
  • Purcell/Stevenson: The Queen's Dolour (A Farewell)

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