Robert Vinson | Robert Vinson, Symphony #1 and Violin Concerto in C

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Robert Vinson, Symphony #1 and Violin Concerto in C

by Robert Vinson

"A composition by Robert Vinson is like a trip from the past to the future without ever leaving the listener behind or wanting to get off the train."
Genre: Classical: Orchestral
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1. Symphony #1 Andante, Allegro
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2. Symphony #1 Andante
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3. Symphony #1 Scherzo, Tarantella, Scherzo
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4. Symphony #1 Presto
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5. Violin Concerto in C Allegro
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6. Violin Concerto in C Andante
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7. Violin Concerto in C Scherzo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Robert Vinson is a dynamic, eclectic composer residing in Los Angeles, California. Growing up in the arts minded community of Woodstock, N.Y., he began composing at the age of 16. He went on to receive a Master of Music Degree from the Manhattan School of Music and soon became part of the New York music scene. He worked as a composer, arranger, and performer in New York City from 1975-1981. Although he earned his living in the commercial music field, his real passion was to compose new music for the symphonic orchestra.

In 1981 he moved to Vancouver, British Columbia where he worked until 1987. While in Vancouver he performed with the Vancouver Symphony and recorded two Jazz albums, one of which won him a spot on the 1985 Montreux Jazz Festival.

Mr. Vinson moved to Los Angeles in 1987 to study Film-Score Composition. He studied composition with many of Hollywood's leading film composers.

Mr. Vinson founded Beachwood Classical Recordings to promote his compositions and those of other living composers.


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charis dondeli

A-ha fan?
i was attracked to your page because i saw that you are influenced by a-ha. they are my favorite band in the world, and since your style is symphonic/orchestra, i can see their influence in you. i too compose music on my computer, and i'm always including symphonic sounds on my projects. you should check my favorite song by a-ha; "Living A Boy's Adventure Tale". a great oomposition. keep up the good work, friend!

Tamara D. Turner

Modern, romantic compositions for orchestra
These gentle and warm compositions for orchestra are perfect for undivided listening or soothing background music. With the melodic sensitivity and energy of Sibelius and evocative atmosphere of Dvorak, these poetic fantasies dance, seduce and float through the imagination with the force and delicacy of water over rock. With an acute ear for the abundant palette of the orchestra and the subtleties of stirring orchestration, Vinson's balanced crafting of ensembles within ensembles is steady and finespun.

Alec Vinson

He is the best composer.
This is the best CD ever made and you must buy it becuse it's fantastic. My father shows the eligance of the pieces with many instraments. If you love Sibelious than you will love this CD.