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Reference Recordings is proud to present our first album with the CARNEGIE MELLON WIND ENSEMBLE, conducted and produced by GRAMMYr-winner GEORGE VOSBURGH. Unusual and underperformed repertoire has long been a hallmark of this ensemble's programming. This album exemplifies that, with the pairing of Strauss' 1945 Symphony for Winds in E-flat Major (The Happy Workshop) and his 1881 Serenade for Winds in E-flat Major, Op. 7. Notes writer Amanda Vosburgh states: "Taken together, the Serenade Op. 7 and the "Happy Workshop" form the bookends to a long and diverse body of work, marked by innovative chromaticism and complexity, but tethered at either end to the classical tradition."
Reference Recordings is proud to present our first album with the CARNEGIE MELLON WIND ENSEMBLE, conducted and produced by GRAMMYr-winner GEORGE VOSBURGH. Unusual and underperformed repertoire has long been a hallmark of this ensemble's programming. This album exemplifies that, with the pairing of Strauss' 1945 Symphony for Winds in E-flat Major (The Happy Workshop) and his 1881 Serenade for Winds in E-flat Major, Op. 7. Notes writer Amanda Vosburgh states: "Taken together, the Serenade Op. 7 and the "Happy Workshop" form the bookends to a long and diverse body of work, marked by innovative chromaticism and complexity, but tethered at either end to the classical tradition."
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Reference Recordings is proud to present our first album with the CARNEGIE MELLON WIND ENSEMBLE, conducted and produced by GRAMMYr-winner GEORGE VOSBURGH. Unusual and underperformed repertoire has long been a hallmark of this ensemble's programming. This album exemplifies that, with the pairing of Strauss' 1945 Symphony for Winds in E-flat Major (The Happy Workshop) and his 1881 Serenade for Winds in E-flat Major, Op. 7. Notes writer Amanda Vosburgh states: "Taken together, the Serenade Op. 7 and the "Happy Workshop" form the bookends to a long and diverse body of work, marked by innovative chromaticism and complexity, but tethered at either end to the classical tradition."
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