Anthony Newman | Nicole and the Trial of the Century - An Opera in Two Acts

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Nicole and the Trial of the Century - An Opera in Two Acts

by Anthony Newman

Based on the circumstances surrounding the sensational trial of O. J. Simpson, Nicole is one of two operas written by American composer and keyboard virtuoso Anthony Newman.
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1. Overture
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2. There's a Man Watching Me
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3. Director's Aria
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4. Once Upon a Time
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5. Nicole's Rage
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6. Take the Handoff
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7. We're Through
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8. Nicole's Prayer
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9. Hello, Hello
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10. Kate the Dog
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11. You Look so Strange
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12. Nicole's Funeral
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13. Police
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14. Mama, I'm Scared
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15. Connie Chung
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16. The Letter
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17. Can You Believe It
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18. Ito's Entry
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19. Clark and Cochran
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20. Rosa Lopez
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21. Mr. Fung
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22. I Am the Master
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23. Blessed Are Women
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24. Epilogue
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Anthony Newman is without question America's foremost Baroque interpreter. Described by Wynton Marsalis as "The High Priest of Bach," and by Time Magazine as "The High Priest of the Harpsichord," Newman has maintained a 40-year career as America's leading organist, harpsichordist and Bach specialist. His prodigious recording output includes more than 170 CDs on such labels as CBS, SONY, Deutsch Grammaphon, and Vox Masterworks. In 1989, Stereo Review voted his original instrument recording of Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto as "Record of the Year." His collaboration with Wynton Marsalis on SONY's "In Gabriel's Garden" was the best selling classical CD for 1997. As a keyboard artist he has performed more than 60 times at Lincoln Center in New York City, and has collaborated with many of the "greats" of music: Kathleen Battle, Itzhak Perlman, Eugenia Zukerman, John Nelson, Jean-Pierre Rampal, James Levine, Julius Baker, Lorin Mazel, Seji Osawa and Leonard Bernstein. As a conductor, he has worked with the greats of chamber music orchestras: St. Paul Chamber, Los Angeles Chamber, Budapest Chamber, Scottish Chamber, and 92Y Chamber Orchestras. Larger symphonic groups include: Seattle (over 40 appearances), Los Angeles, San Diego, Calgary, Denver, and New York Philharmonic Orchestras. No less prodigious a composer, his works have been heard in Paris, Vienna, Budapest, Krakow, Warsaw, New York and London. His output includes 4 symphonies, 4 concerti, 3 large choral works, has written 2 operas: Nicole and Massacre (in collaboration with Charles Flowers), 3 CDs of piano music, and a large assortment of chamber, organ and guitar works. Complete works are published by Ellis Press (tdellismusic.com). Newman has received 30 consecutive composer's awards from ASCAP. Newman is music director of "Bach Works," New York's all Bach association, and Bedford Chamber Concerts, is on the Visiting Committee for the Department of Musical Instruments at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and on the board of "Musical Quarterly Magazine." As a person committed to outreach he was a volunteer for Stamford Hospital, a member of Hospice International from 1995 to 2004, and music director of St. Matthews Episcopal Church in Bedford, New York.


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