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Keith Kramer|Keith Kramer: Emerge

Keith Kramer: Emerge

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Spatial Extremes (Keith Kramer)

1
Spatial Extremes
Joseph Satava
00:12:00

Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Insurmountable (Keith Kramer)

2
Insurmountable
David LaVorgna
00:07:38

Keith Kramer, Conductor - Joseph Satava, piano

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Brink (Keith Kramer)

3
Brink
Après
00:08:32

Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Finite ... (Keith Kramer)

4
Finite...
Capitol Hill Chamber Players
00:09:42

Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Wink of An Eye (Keith Kramer)

5
Wink of an Eye
Sonora Ensemble
00:10:11

Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Compact Disparity (Keith Kramer)

6
Compact Disparity
Jade Strings
00:07:50

Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra - Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Symphony No. 1, 'Emerge' (Keith Kramer)

7
Symphony No. 1 "Emerge"
Slovak National Symphony Orchestra
00:20:12

Keith Kramer, Conductor - Kirk Trevor, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

DISC 2

In Double Quadruplicate (Keith Kramer)

1
In Double Quadruplicate
Azimuth Quartet
00:08:15

Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra - Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Cathartic (Keith Kramer)

2
I. Trichotomy 1: Prelude
Jessica Hanel Satava
00:03:41

Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra - Azimuth Quartet - Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

3
II. Dichotomy 1: Karma Bleeds
Jessica Hanel Satava
00:05:06

Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra - Azimuth Quartet - Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

4
III. Trichotomy 2: Interlude
Jessica Hanel Satava
00:02:49

Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra - Azimuth Quartet - Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

5
IV. Dichotomy 2, Blanket
Jessica Hanel Satava
00:03:05

Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra - Azimuth Quartet - Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

6
V. Trichotomy 3: Postlude
Jessica Hanel Satava
00:01:51

Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra - Azimuth Quartet - Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Inexplicable (Keith Kramer)

7
Inexplicable
David LaVorgna
00:13:11

Mariner String Quartet - Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Uncertainty Principle (Keith Kramer)

8
I. —
George Weremchuk
00:03:57

Keith Kramer, Conductor - Allam Ngim, piano

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

9
II. —
George Weremchuk
00:06:02

Keith Kramer, Conductor - Allam Ngim, piano

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

10
III. —
George Weremchuk
00:04:36

Keith Kramer, Conductor - Allam Ngim, piano

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Inside (Keith Kramer)

11
Inside
Hye-Jung Hong
00:03:20

Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Snow (Keith Kramer)

12
Snow
Keith Kramer
00:04:55

Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Amalgam (Keith Kramer)

13
Amalgam
Keith Kramer
00:01:15

Keith Kramer, Conductor

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

Left Behind (Keith Kramer)

14
Left Behind
Helen Garner
00:01:57

Keith Kramer, Conductor - Charles P. Richardson, piano

(C) 2011 Navona (P) 2011 Navona

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