Ensemble Adapter & Marc Tritschler | Bunita Marcus - Sugar Cubes

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Bunita Marcus - Sugar Cubes

by Ensemble Adapter & Marc Tritschler

Sugar Cubes includes five world premiere recordings of solo and chamber music works by Bunita Marcus, as well as a previously unpublished orchestration of the solo piano piece “Merry Christmas Mrs. Whiting” by Morton Feldman from 1983.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Sugar Cubes Marc Tritschler
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3:21 album only
2. Sleeping Women Ensemble Adapter
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10:24 album only
3. Lecture for Jo Kondo Ensemble Adapter
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20:50 album only
4. Merry Christmas Mrs. Whiting Ensemble Adapter
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2:47 album only
5. "... But to Fashion a Lullaby for You." Marc Tritschler
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The scores - all part of the private library of the composer - were provided to Testklang exclusively. The pieces were recorded in Berlin with Ensemble Adapter under the baton of Professor Manuel Nawri. Bunita Marcus was present during the recordings. The close cooperation has led to recordings of unique intensity.

"Sugar Cubes is an excellent sound recording. Ensemble Adapter and pianist Marc Tritschler bring out every detail of Bunita Marcus' deeply human music with passion and devotion." (Aki Takahashi)


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