Charles Fussell: Cymbeline

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Charles Fussell's take on a Shakespearean classic
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The latest release from BMOP/sound has it all: romance, betrayal, and...bagpipes? Charles Fussell: Cymbeline features soprano Aliana de la Guardia, tenor Matthew DiBattista, and narrator David Salsbery Fry all inhabiting multiple roles in this musical retelling of the Shakespeare play.

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Chen Yi: Concertos for String Instruments

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String concertos with international inspiration
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Chen Yi draws from her life and travels on Concertos for String Instruments, with works inspired by the music of her hometown to an architectural landmark of Dresden, Germany.

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Peter Child: Shanti

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Internationally inspired music, locally sourced
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BMOP releases the first recording of orchestral music by British-born, Boston-based composer Peter Child. Shanti headlines the disc, inspired by Child's time spent studying in Madras, India (now Chennai). Rounding out the CD are the concert overture Jubal and the symphonic triptych Adirondack Voices.

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David Del Tredici: Child Alice

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David Del Tredici's landmark Neoromantic work, Child Alice receives its first commercial release on BMOP/sound. Soprano Courtenay Budd shines in this epic, evening-length piece inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

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Jeremy Gill: Before the Wresting Tides

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Celebrated for his masterful use of orchestral color and probing integration of influences classical and modern, composer Jeremy Gill shines with three unique concertos on BMOP/sound's latest release, Before the Wresting Tides.

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Paul Moravec: The Blizzard Voices

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A terrifying retelling of a natural disaster
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BMOP/sound presents Paul Moravec’s contemporary update to the vaunted tradition of the oratorio. The Blizzard Voices chronicles a dramatic episode in American history: the fearsome “Schoolhouse Blizzard” that hit the Great Plains in 1888. Setting poetry by US Poet Laureate Ted Kooser, Moravec crafts a work of devastating power.

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Wayne Peterson: Transformations

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Pulitzer-winner Peterson is a must-have for your music library
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BMOP presents Wayne Peterson's Pulitzer Prize-winning orchestral work The Face of the Night, the Heart of the Dark in its first commercial recording. And the Winds Shall Blow features the inimitable saxophonists of the PRISM Quartet, and Transformations is a classic glimpse into a rigorously inventive compositional mind.

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Anthony Paul De Ritis: Pop Concerto

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Sophisticated groove, expressive sound palette from an unusual and hip artist
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Can't decide if you want to bathe in orchestral sonorities, marvel at the abilities of a virtuoso, or jam to some Michael Jackson? You can have it all, with Anthony Paul De Ritis's brilliantly conceived and performed Pop Concerto, starring guitarist Eliot Fisk! This disc also features the stylings of Patrick de Ritis's electrified bassoon in Riflessioni, the peerless fearless piano duo X88 in Ballet, and the orchestral tapestry Amsterdam. Party time!

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Stephen Hartke: The Ascent of the Equestrian in a Balloon

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Whimsical and imaginative music from one of today's most innovative composers
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Quirky woodcuts, medieval poetry, and Kansas City fountains: The Ascent of the Equestrian in a Balloon is a three-decade look into the creative mind of composer Stephen Hartke.

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Steven Stucky: American Muse

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Our 50th release is a tribute to a great American composer
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BMOP/sound proudly presents work of the late great Steven Stucky on our 50th release. From 1987's Concerto for Orchestra, less well-known than his Pulitzer Prize-winning Second Concerto for Orchestra, to the spare but eloquent song cycle American Muse, featuring baritone Sanford Sylvan, to the vibrant Rhapsodies, Stucky's musical voice is one to treasure.

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