Music from the Americas – Lieurance Woodwind Quintet

Music from the Americas – Lieurance Woodwind Quintet
Catalog number: 578

Tracks:

> 01 Suite Hermetia for Woodwind Quintet, Op. 95 - Mvt. 1. Conversado com itibere
comp: Liduino Pitomberia
> 02 Suite Hermetia for Woodwind Quintet, Op. 95 - Mvt. 2. Incelenca
> 03 Suite Hermetia for Woodwind Quintet, Op. 95 - Mvt. 3. Sao Joao em Arapiraca
> 04 Suite Hermetia for Woodwind Quintet, Op. 95 - Mvt. 4. Arrasta-pe
> 05 Quintet for Winds, Op. 45 - Mvt. 1. Allegro risoluto
comp: Robert Muczynski
> 06 Quintet for Winds, Op. 45 - Mvt. 2. Andante
> 07 Quintet for Winds, Op. 45 - Mvt. 3. Moderato; Allegro conspirito
> 08 Quintet No. 2 - Mvt. 1. Allegro
comp: Alec Wilder
> 09 Quintet No. 2 - Mvt. 2. Andante e rubato
> 10 Quintet No. 2 - Mvt. 3. Allegro epoco vivace
> 11 Quintet No. 2 - Mvt. 4. Allegro
> 12 Dance Suite for Woodwind Quintet - Mvt. 1. Gavotte
comp: Paul Valjean
> 13 Dance Suite for Woodwind Quintet - Mvt. 2. Sarabande
> 14 Dance Suite for Woodwind Quintet - Mvt. 3. Tango
> 15 Dance Suite for Woodwind Quintet - Mvt. 4. Pas de Deux
> 16 Dance Suite for Woodwind Quintet - Mvt. 5. Waltz
> 17 Quintet for Winds - Mvt. 1. Intrada
comp: John Harbison
> 18 Quintet for Winds - Mvt. 2. Intermezzo
> 19 Quintet for Winds - Mvt. 3. Romanza
> 20 Quintet for Winds - Mvt. 4. Scherzo
> 21 Quintet for Winds - Mvt. 5. Finale

Music for the woodwind quintet written in the last sixty years defies genre or label. As the Lieurance Woodwind Quintet, one of the longest established woodwind quintets in the nation have taken on the task of examining music written by composers since the group’s inception (over 60 years ago). The borrowing and blending of compositional techniques, antiquated forms, ethnic and poly-rhythms, not to mention popular song and jazz is the constant thread linking these distinctly ‘American’ works together. Spanning influences from North, South and Central America, these works demonstrate how fertile soil can grow infinite diversity.

The Lieurance Woodwind Quintet has firmly established its reputation in the Midwest as one of the most active ensembles of its kind. More than a regional ensemble, the group maintains an active teaching and performing schedule, including concerts, seminars and workshops at home and abroad. Celebrating sixty-three years as an ensemble, the Lieurance Woodwind Quintet takes its name from Thurlow Lieurance, a Kansas composer and noted historian of Native American music who served as the first dean of the College of Fine Arts at The Wichita State University.


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