Various ‎– VISTAS: Prairie Sounds From Alberta, Saskatchewan And Manitoba

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Alberta Foundation For The Arts ‎– none, Canadian Music Centre ‎– none, CBC Radio ‎– none, Manitoba Arts Council ‎– none
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2 × CD, Compilation, Promo
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Disc One
1-1 Michael Matthews (2) The Far Field (1988)
Conductor – Kazuhiro KoizumiOrchestra – Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra*
8:48
1-2 Jacobus Kloppers Concerto For Organ, Strings & Timpani (1986)
Conductor – Michael Massey (4)Ensemble – String-Timpani EnsembleOrgan – Marnie Giesbrecht
4:39
1-3 Jim Hiscott Dancing On Wings Of Fire (1991)
Accordion [Button] – Jim HiscottConductor – Bramwell ToveyOrchestra – Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra*
4:05
1-4 Bruce Carlson (3) Chronlyricles Of Spring — Concerto For Harpsichord And Strings (1992)
Conductor – Simon StreatfeildHarpsichord – Eric LussierOrchestra – Manitoba Chamber Orchestra
4:30
1-5 John Metcalf The Boundaries Of Time (1985)
Conductor – Richard HickoxLibretto By – Mark Morris (18)Orchestra – BBC Welsh Symphony OrchestraPerformer – BBC SingersSoloist – Michael George (3), Miriam Bowen, Neil Mackie (2)
4:22
1-6 Allan Bell (4) Lumen: A Quintet For Strings (1990)
Ensemble – Orford String QuartetViola – Stephen Dann
8:09
1-7 Elizabeth Raum Prairie Suite (1992)
Cello – Cameron Lowe (2)Oboe – Elizabeth RaumPiano – David McIntyre (4)Violin – Noel Laporte*
8:23
1-8 Quenten Doolittle* Boiler Room Suite (1989)
Baritone Vocals – Chris EnnsSoprano Vocals – Fides Krucker
6:34
1-9 Violet Archer Ikpakhuaq: A Sketch For Violin, Cello And Piano (1985)
Ensemble – Luba Zuk Trio
7:47
1-10 Sid Robinovitch Suite From Identities (early 1980s) 7:15
1-11 Monte Keene Pishny-Floyd Partita For Piano, Winds And Percussion (1978)
Clarinet – Margaret Wilson (3)Conductor – Russell WhiteheadHorn – Jane HouldenOboe, English Horn – Mark Rogers (22)Percussion – Larry Olson (3)Piano – Annette FloydPiccolo Flute – Sally Cochrane
6:10
Disc Two
2-1 Roger Deegan Impromptu (1992)
French Horn – Jerry Folson*Trombone – Michael MulcahyTuba – Gene Pokorny
3:42
2-2 Robert J. Rosen* Isstoyiwa (1992)
Flute – Robert Aitken (2)Percussion, Voice – Jean-Pierre Drouet
8:46
2-3 Remi Bouchard Into Light (1978)
Piano – Remi Bouchard
3:26
2-4 Brent Lee Maquette IV (1987)
Cello – Timothy GillViolin – Brian Brooks
4:09
2-5 David L. McIntyre* Sonata For Flute And Piano (1986)
Flute – Sandra HoffmanPiano – David McIntyre (4)
6:44
2-6 William Pura Sonata For Solo Violin (1987)
Violin – Victor Schultz
3:27
2-7 Diana McIntosh Made To Scale (1992)
Piano, Sampler [Emax Piano Sampler Keyboard] – Diana McIntosh
4:25
2-8 Gordon Nicholson Miramar (1986) 4:17
2-9 Stewart Grant (2) Night Music For Solo Cello (1987)
Cello – Alexis Gerlach*
5:19
2-10 Chester Duncan Two Belloc Songs (1982)
Piano – Chester DuncanTenor Vocals – Orville Derraugh
4:27
2-11 David Eagle Solitudes (1990)
Piano [Disklavier], MIDI Controller [Keyboard], Computer – David Eagle
6:58
2-12 Dean Blair Sonata For Horn & Piano (1989)
Horn – Thomas Staples (2)Piano – Glen Montgomery
7:23
2-13 Hope Lee .…I, Laika.... (1988–89)
Cello – Laura SchlessingerEnsemble – New Works Calgary EnsembleFlute – Lauren EselsonPiano – Jamie Syer
6:20

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VISTAS is a promotional project of the Canadian Music Centre, Prairie Region. This collection contains music by twenty-four CMC Associate Composers who live in Canada's Prairie Provinces: Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. VISTAS is not for sale and may not be used for broadcast purposes.

This CD package is for promotional use only
NOT FOR SALE, NOT FOR BROADCAST
Printed in Canada

Title on the spine: VISTAS Canadian Music Centre Prairie Region

On the disc:

NOT FOR SALE
OR BROADCAST

Made / Printed in Canada
© 1993 Canadian Music Centre

From the liner notes:

1-1 Recorded by CBC. This work was commissioned by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and premiered on February 12, 1988. The excerpt here is from the first movement.

1-2 Second Movement, Adagio. Recorded November 1991.

1-3 Recorded by CBC, January, 1992. This work was commissioned by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and premiered on January 23, 1992. The title refers to the Balinese cremation ceremony. Only a brief excerpt is included.

1-4 Third Movement: Passacaglia. Recorded by CBC.

1-5 Movement No. 4. Recorded by CBC.

1-6 Movement II, Simulacra. Recorded by CBC Toronto, 1990.

1-7 Recorded by CBC Regina, 1992.

1-8 Vocal work with ensemble accompaniment. Recorded by CBC in Banff, 1989.

1-9 Recorded in Montreal by CBC, 1985.

1-10 Four movements: Aunque Me Dex Mi Mama (3:05); The Hodja (2:00); The Street Where I Live (1:08); Anansi (1:02). Various musicians from Toronto and Winnipeg. Music selected from scores written for CBC's "Identities" radio series in the early 1980s.

1-11 Movement No. 1, Sinfonia. Recorded by CBC, Regina, 1978.

2-1 Performed in Edmonton, January 1992.

2-2 Movements: premier pli (0:14), muskwa (2:14), deuxième pli (0:16), motosiwa (1:59), troisième pli (0:29),
i kiyi (2:26), pli final (0:52). Recorded at the Banff Centre, January 1992.

2-4 Recorded at the Banff Centre, 1989.

2-5 Movements II and III. Recorded by CBC Radio, Regina, 1987.

2-6 Fourth Movement. Recorded for LP in 1987.

2-7 Recorded by CBC Winnipeg in 1992.

2-9 Fantasia and Fugue. Recorded at the Banff Centre, 1989.

2-10 "On a Sleeping Friend" and "Farewell to Juliet"

2-11 Movement I, Lines; Movement III, Polyphony. Recorded at the Banff Centre, December 1992.

2-12 Movement II, Aria and Dance (Molto Espressivo)

2-13 Recorded by CBC Calgary, February 1992.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc One): VISTAS-01 MFG BY CINRAM #931017L
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc Two): VISTAS-02 MFG BY CINRAM #931017M

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