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Seasons: Orchestral Music of Michael Fine

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Philip Mann

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The scores of composer Michael Fine are born from his improvisations on the piano and are nourished by his travels and his readings: his music derives from a poetic imagination and carries therefore lots of visual evocations. From Korea and its palaces (At the Gate) to Scotland and the writer Alexander McCall Smith (Brother Fox), the world and its landscapes pass by over the seasons (Seasonal Rites) as you listen to it.
A sound immersion all the more successful that Michael Fine is also a Grammy-winning producer for his expertise in sound recording. What’s more, as himself a performer, Michael Fine has written music for musicians. And this recording is the faithful testimony of a collective adventure where musicians share their pleasure to play and then offer it to the public. © Evidence

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1
At the Gate. Concert Overture
00:07:20

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

Double Concerto for 2 Violins and String Orchestra (Michael Fine)

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I. Andante
00:05:19

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist - Igor Gruppman, MainArtist - Vesna Stefanovic-Gruppman, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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II. Adagio
00:03:47

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist - Igor Gruppman, MainArtist - Vesna Stefanovic-Gruppman, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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III. Allegro
00:02:02

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist - Igor Gruppman, MainArtist - Vesna Stefanovic-Gruppman, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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Brother Fox
00:06:01

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

Suite for Strings (Michael Fine)

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I. Overture (Allegro)
00:02:49

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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II. Heading North (Moderato, Flowing)
00:04:25

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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III. Heading South (Andante cantabile)
00:03:40

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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IV. Finding Home (Adagio sonore)
00:05:34

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

Seasonal Rites (Michael Fine)

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I. Spring Revels (Allegro)
00:02:33

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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II. Vision of Summer (Adagio)
00:06:05

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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III. Autumn Flame (Andante)
00:05:30

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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IV. Winter Candle (Allegretto)
00:08:03

Royal Scottish National Orchestra, MainArtist - Michael Fine, Composer - Philip Mann, MainArtist

2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine 2019 Little Tribeca · Michael Fine

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The scores of composer Michael Fine are born from his improvisations on the piano and are nourished by his travels and his readings: his music derives from a poetic imagination and carries therefore lots of visual evocations. From Korea and its palaces (At the Gate) to Scotland and the writer Alexander McCall Smith (Brother Fox), the world and its landscapes pass by over the seasons (Seasonal Rites) as you listen to it.
A sound immersion all the more successful that Michael Fine is also a Grammy-winning producer for his expertise in sound recording. What’s more, as himself a performer, Michael Fine has written music for musicians. And this recording is the faithful testimony of a collective adventure where musicians share their pleasure to play and then offer it to the public. © Evidence

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