Adams / Petrenko / Gilbert: John Adams Edition

SKU: 35500162
Adams / Petrenko / Gilbert: John Adams Edition

Adams / Petrenko / Gilbert: John Adams Edition

SKU: 35500162

Format: CD

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Title: John Adams Edition
Artist: Adams / Petrenko / Gilbert
Label: Berliner Philharmon
UPC: 4260306181414
Genre: Classical Artists

John Adams is considered the musical voice of America. His tonal language is at once unmistakable and of infinite variety. Minimalism mixes with imaginative orchestration and a jazz-inflected spirit to create a cosmos full of energy and colour that constantly reveals new facets. In a unique transatlantic partnership, John Adams has accompanied the Berliner Philharmoniker for a whole season as composer in residence. The orchestra performed a wide variety of his works, from the oratorio "The Gospel According to the Other Mary" and the famous "Harmonielehre" to more unfamiliar treasures. The concerts were conducted by chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle and outstanding guests: Gustavo Dudamel, Alan Gilbert and Kirill Petrenko. In the course of this partnership, John Adams himself also made his debut as conductor of the Berliner Philharmoniker.


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