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Meridian Arts Ensemble - Seven Kings (2016)

22-09-2016, 10:18
2016 | Jazz | Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Title: Seven Kings
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Innova [943]
Genre: Contemporary Classical, Jazz, Chamber Music
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+.log) | Mp3
Total Time: 75:39
Total Size: 349 MB | 188 MB (

Seven Kings is the newest release from the Meridian Arts Ensemble. The group, which was founded in 1987, consists of a traditional brass quintet plus percussion. Music on this release is from composers David Sanford, Edward Jacobs, Robert Maggio, Dave Ballou, and the ensembles horn player, Daniel Grabois. All of these pieces were composed in the last twenty years. The Meridian Arts Ensemble is known for its versatility, performing music from the Renaissance until now. They have won numerous competitions in the last two decades, including the Concert Artists Guild Competition.

Seven Kings explores contemporary music styles ranging from Sanford’s (b. 1963) jazz-flavored work (the title track) to Jacobs’ (b. 1961) carefully crafted modernist piece. ...The work by Ballou (b. 1963) unfolds like a jazz improvisation, developing momentum from the beginning to the end.


Daniel Grabois
01. Migration (07:19)

David Sanford
02. Seven Kings: I. Prologue (04:39)
03. Seven Kings: II. Contrapunctus I (04:28)
04. Seven Kings: III. Chimes (03:50)
05. Seven Kings: IV. Contrapunctus II (06:31)
06. Seven Kings: V. Act V (03:19)

Dave Ballou
07. For Brass Quintet & Percussion (12:51)

Edward Jacobs
08. Passed Time (14:28)

Robert Maggio
09. Revolver: I. Extreme Western Frontiers (02:40)
10. Revolver: II. Unfamiliar Terrain (02:56)
11. Revolver: III. Thrown Into a World (02:44)
12. Revolver: IV. With Nobody's Help (Lost & Badly Wounded (05:23)
13. Revolver: V. Opened to the Fragility (Slipping Away) (04:22)

Meridian Arts Ensemble - Seven Kings (2016)

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