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Two Elegies Framing A Shout (1994) - Mark-Anthony Turnage, The Nash Ensemble - Music To Hear (CD, Album)

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  1. Dec 06,  · Mark-Anthony Turnage (born ) Slide Stride Introducing this piano quintet, which he wrote for the Nash Ensemble in , Turnage explained: “I don’t like virtuosity for the sake of it, but.
  2. Mark-Anthony Turnage is a composer of international stature, whose orchestral and operatic music is often forthright and confrontational, mirroring the realities of modern life. His absorption of jazz elements into a contemporary classical style produces work with a .
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  5. Mark-Anthony Turnage (born Grays, Essex, 10 June ) is an English carlubunakeellulilistdemoutypit.coinfo is one of the most original composers in his country today. Turnage studied at the Royal College of Music and won all the major carlubunakeellulilistdemoutypit.coinfo became famous when he wrote an opera called carlubunakeellulilistdemoutypit.coinfo is typical of his musical style: quite lyrical but also very dramatic and aggressive.
  6. Mark-Anthony Turnage (born June 10, in Corringham, Essex) is an English composer of contemporary classical music. He has also been strongly influenced by jazz, and by Miles Davis in particular. Turnage's music has a characteristic personal style, with strong rhythmic thrust, involved jazz harmonies, colourful orchestration with prominent use of percussion, and hints of various.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Music to Hear (Enhanced) - Nash Ensemble, Mark-Anthony Turnage on AllMusic -
  8. Not so with Mark-Anthony Turnage. "Blood On The Floor" uses a large ensemble with jazz soloists on saxaphone, drumkit and electric guitar, plus solo turns for flute, trombone and two trumpets. The theme of illegal drugs (which tragically killed the composer's brother) is not all-important, but the music is certainly harrowing.4/5(6).

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