Listen: New Music New Haven Features Composer Andrew Ford
Thursday, August 13, 2015
On Oct. 2, 2014, New Music New Haven continued its 2013-2014 season with music by student composers – Daniel Schlosberg, Benjamin Wallace, Reena Esmail and Nicholas DiBerardino – and by featured guest composer Andrew Ford.
This program included two compositions by composer Andrew Ford for small chamber ensembles: On Winter's Traces and The Scattering of Light. On Winter's Traces draws from musical material from Ford's first symphony, and The Scattering of Light was written for the centenary of the University of Queensland.
Listen to the individual pieces below.
Daniel Schlosberg - ladies and
Benjamin Wallace - And Stanley Pressed a Button
Reena Esmail - Anjuman Songs: II. Gul-e dodi
Nicholas DiBerardino - world without end
Andrew Ford - On Winter's Traces
Andrew Ford - The Scattering of Light
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Recorded by Eugene Kimball for New Music New Haven.