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9 thoughts on “ I. - Kamran Ince* - Symphony No. 5 Galatasaray (CD, Album) ”

  1. In the previous issue I reviewed another Naxos disc of Kamran Ince’s music (), a collection including Hot, Red, Cold, Vibrant, his Symphony No. 5 (“Galatasaray,” named for a Turkish soccer team), Requiem Without Words, and Before Infrared. My opinion then was, “Ince has quite an ear for orchestral color, and he has breathed life back into the frankly tired Minimalist style in these four works.”.
  2. Mar 18,  · Song _01_04;III. Artist Kamran Ince; Album INCE, K.: Symphony No. 5, "Galatasaray" / Requiem Without Words / Hot, Red, Cold, Vibrant / Before Infrared (B.
  3. KAMRAN INCE (b ) With numerous prizes, including the Prix de Rome, the Guggenheim Fellowship, and the Lili Boulanger Prize, Kamran Ince has distinguished himself in particular as a composer able to bridge East and West.
  4. INCE: Symphony No. 3, 'Siege of Vienna' / Symphony No. 4, 'Sardis' NA INFORMATION. Studio and Surround are all formatted in FLAC. Lossless is available in FLAC and ALAC (For Mac).
  5. Written for soloists, chorus and large orchestra in , the rousing Symphony No. 5 celebrates the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of Galatasaray, Turkey’s most successful football club. Requiem Without Words mourns the Muslims, Christians and Jews killed in the terrorist bombings in Istanbul.
  6. Kamran N. Ince (spelled İnce in Turkish, born May 6, ) is a Turkish-American composer. He is the winner of many prestigious awards, including a Rome Prize, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Lili Boulanger Memorial Prize, and various others. His work has been performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Symphony Orchestra, the Los Angeles Piano Quartet.
  7. The driving energy of Turkish-American composer Kamran Ince's Hot, Red, Cold, Vibrant recalls the motoric rhythms of John Adams' Short Ride in a Fast machine with some unexpected jolts added in. Written for soloists, chorus, and large orchestra in , the rousing Symphony No. 5 celebrates the th anniversary of the founding of Galatasaray, Turkey's most successful football club.
  8. Galatasaray () Naxos 21st Century Classics (currently digital/ CD release date ) Symphony No. 5 Galatasaray, Hot Red Cold Vibrant, Requiem Without Words, Before Infrared Uyar, Gunduz, Kirkyildiz, Erdener, Kuntasal, Dagustun, Ozgen, Cabuk, Turkish Ministry of Culture Choir, Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, Kamran Ince, conductor.
  9. Kamran Ince; Albany Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller: 1: In White: Kamran Ince: 1: Symphony no. 2 “Fall of Constantinople” / Concerto for Orchestra, Turkish Instruments and Voices / Piano Concerto: Kamran Ince; Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, Kamran Ince, Işın Metin: 1.

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