#234 Bernard Rands

Pulitzer Prize winning composer, Bernard Rands shares his thoughts on his catalogue of over a hundred published works and recordings.

From his 1963 premiere at Darmstadt to 1986 Kennedy Center Friedheim Award winning orchestral suites Le Tambourin, to his 2011 Chicago Symphony Orchestra commission, Danza Petrificada and beyond.

Hosted by Seth Boustead
Produced by Sarah Zwinklis

Music

Tre Espressioni by Bernard Rands
Ursula Oppens, piano

Preludes mvt. IV Elegia, by Bernard Rands
Robert Levin, piano

Canti Lunatici, mvt. I Ed è Subito Sera by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Lucy Shelton, soprano; Gil Rose, conductor

Canti Lunatici, mvt. IV La Luna Asoma by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Lucy Shelton, soprano; Gil Rose, conductor

Canti Lunatici, mvt. VIII Mondsand by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Lucy Shelton, soprano; Gil Rose, conductor

Canti Lunatici, mvt. IX The Moon by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Lucy Shelton, soprano; Gil Rose, conductor

Canti Lunatici, mvt. XV Finita e la Notte by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Lucy Shelton, soprano; Gil Rose, conductor

Preludes, mvt. VI Toccata by Bernard Rands
Robert Levin, piano

Now and Again by Bernard Rands
Network for New Music; Jan Krzywicki, conductor

Canti del Sole, mvt. I Mattina by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Douglas Ahlstedt, tenor; Gil Rose, conductor

Canti del Sole, mvt. II The Dawn Verse by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Douglas Ahlstedt, tenor; Gil Rose, conductor

Canti del Sole, mvt. III The Masque of the Twelve Months by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Douglas Ahlstedt, tenor; Gil Rose, conductor

Canti del Sole, mvt. IV Soleil et Chair by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Douglas Ahlstedt, tenor; Gil Rose, conductor

Canti del Sole, mvt. V Portami il girasole by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Douglas Ahlstedt, tenor; Gil Rose, conductor

Canti del Sole, mvt. VI Vision and Prayer by Bernard Rands
Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Douglas Ahlstedt, tenor; Gil Rose, conductor

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