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Amin Sharifi: Monologue for the Loneliness of the Composer II

Dedicated to Kelariz Keshavarz

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Monologue for the Loneliness of the Composer No.2

[For Kelariz keshavarz]

 

Note:Do you see what a silent night it is?It is like there is no one in the world.Or perhapsI am in nobody's world.

Igor Stravinsky

 

A Portrait of the Composer as a Young Man
Amin Sharifi's Select chamber music

This album presents a collection of classical contemporary chamber music composed from 2013 to 2016 by Iranian composer, Amin Sharifi, performed and recorded by Pierrot-Tehran New Music Ensemble, Breakout Ensemble and solo artists. All scores are available on the website:www.masharifi.com


Live performance, Whitmore Recital Hall, Columbia, Missouri
 

Aus Freier Lust... Verbunden - Georg Friedrich Hass
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  • Portraits and Repetitions
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  • Alex Mincek
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  • Near Distance
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  • Chen Yi
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  • Toccatas and Interludes
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  • James Mobberley
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  • Lus in Bello
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  • Carolina Heredia
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  • Spiral
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  • Bret Bohman
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  • Mixed Blood
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  • Don Freund
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Aus Freier Lust... Verbunden

Georg Friedrich Hass

Mizzou New Music Ensemble, Missouri Theatre, Columbia, Missouri

 

 


 

Near Distance

Chen Yi

Mizzou New Music Ensemble, Missouri Theatre, Columbia, Missouri

 

 


 

Portraits and Repetitions

Alex Mincek

Mizzou New Music Ensemble, Missouri Theatre, Columbia, Missouri

 

 


 

Toccatas and Interludes

James Mobberley

Mizzou New Music Ensemble, Missouri Theatre, Columbia, Missouri

 

 


 

Lus in Bello

Carolina Heredia

Mizzou New Music Ensemble, Missouri Theatre, Columbia, Missouri

 

 


 

Spiral

Bret Bohman

Mizzou New Music Ensemble, Missouri Theatre, Columbia, Missouri

 

 


 

Mixed Blood

Don Freund

Mizzou New Music Ensemble, Missouri Theatre, Columbia, Missouri

 

 


 

Eclipse Symphony
 

In 2016-17, four Mizzou composers were commissioned to write new works celebrating the August 21, 2017 Total Solar Eclipse. The pieces by Hans Bridger Heruth, Dustin Dunn, Doug Osmun, and Jake Smucker -- performed by the Mizzou New Music Ensemble -- are woven together into an Eclipse Symphony, which traces the eclipse from its arrival (Heruth's "In the Shadow of the Moon") to climactic peak (Osmun's "Convergences") to its final departure (Smucker's "But You Have So Much to Live For").

The four pieces were previewed first at the Bond Life Sciences Center at the University of Missouri in April 2017, then premiered at the St. Louis Science Center Planetarium in May 2017.

To synchronize the music with the solar event, as the composers intended, start playback 15 minutes before the estimated time of total eclipse at your location.