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Brian Gillet|Modern Works For Wind Instruments

Modern Works For Wind Instruments

Sculpting the Air

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Modern Works For Wind Instruments

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Summer Music, Op. 31 (Samuel Barber)

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Summer Music, Op. 31
00:11:55

Brian Gillet, Conductor

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Reverie, Interrupted (James Adler)

2
Reverie, Interrupted
00:07:16

Brian Gillet, Conductor - James Adler, piano

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The Answer Is No (Russ Lombardi)

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The Answer Is No
Douglas Worthen
00:04:50

Brian Gillet, Conductor - Peggy Friedland, alto flute - Douglas Worthen, flute - Vanessa Mulvey, flute - Judith Braude, flute - Linda True, alto flute

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Chemical Suite (Jan van der Roost)

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I. Kalium Cyanide
00:01:06

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II. Glycerine
00:01:52

Brian Gillet, Conductor

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III. Chloroform
00:01:30

Brian Gillet, Conductor

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IV. Ethanol
00:02:40

Brian Gillet, Conductor

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A Forum for Abandoned Euro Leaders (Barry Seroff)

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A Forum for Abandoned Euro Leaders
Brandy Blakely
00:06:49

Brian Gillet, Conductor - Brandy Blakely, flute - Juventas New Music Ensemble, Ensemble

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Perihelion (Brian Gillett)

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Perihelion
Black Sea Brass Quintet
00:07:17

Brian Gillet, Conductor - Brian Gillet, Conductor

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Genealoπaedie (Juan Sebastián Lach Lau)

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Genealoπaedie
00:04:16

Brian Gillet, Conductor

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Trombone Sonata, Op. 1 (Richard Crosby)

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I. Moderato
00:04:02

Brian Gillet, Conductor - Richard Crosby, piano

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II. Andante lamentoso
00:04:14

Brian Gillet, Conductor - Richard Crosby, piano

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III. Allegro
00:02:04

Brian Gillet, Conductor - Richard Crosby, piano

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