- Performer:James Wood / Critical Band / New London Chamber Choir
- Title:James Wood: Two Men Meet, Each Presuming the Other to Be from a Distant Planet; Phainomena
- Style:Modern Composition,Concerto,Choral
- Date of release:September 1, 1997
- Size FLAC version1352 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1392 megabytes
- Size WMA version1230 megabytes
- Formats:MIDI RA WAV DXD AC3 MP1
Phainomena, for chorus, ensemble & tape. 2. Part 1. James Wood. Critical Band, New London Chamber Choir, James Wood. 3. Part 2. 4. Concerto for quarter tone marimba (& various wooden instruments) & ensemble ("Venancio Mbande Talking With The Trees").
Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 24 авг. 2015 г. Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America. 2 Men Meet, Each Presuming the Other to be from a Distant Planet · Steven Schick. 2012 NMC Recordings. Released on: 2012-04-01. Artist: Steven Schick Conductor: James Wood Ensemble: Critical Band Composer: James Wood. Auto-generated by YouTube.
James Wood (born in Barton-on-Sea, England is 27 May 1953) is a British conductor, composer of contemporary classical music and former percussionist. Wood studied composition with Nadia Boulanger in Paris from 1971 to 1972 before going on to study music at Cambridge University, where he was organ scholar of Sidney Sussex College from 1972 until 1975. After graduating from Cambridge he went on to study percussion and conducting at the Royal Academy of Music, London from 1975 until 1976. Kuniko Kato (quartertone marimba), Critical Band conducted by James Wood. New London Chamber Choir, Critical Band conducted by James Wood. Two men meet, each presuming the other to be from a distant planet. Steven Schick (solo percussion), Critical Band (conducted by James Wood). London Independent Records.
Lyrics2 Men Meet, Each Presumin. ames Wood, Steven Schick, Critical Band.
Critical Band, James Wood & Steven Schick 1997. Venancio Mbande Talking With the Trees. Critical Band, James Wood & Kuniko Kato 1997. 2 Men Meet, Each Presuming the Other to Be from a Distant Planet: Opening. Steven Schick, Critical Band & James Wood 2012. By Iannis Xenakis - New London Chamber Choir, James Wood & Critical Band. Ríkadla, "Nursery Rhymes": IX. Delám, delám kázán. I'm Giving a Little Tal. By Leoš Janáček - New London Chamber Choir, Critical Band & James Wood. James Wood, New London Chamber Choir & Critical Band 1997. Venâncio Mbande Talking with Trees. Kuniko Kato, Critical Band & James Wood 1997. Phainomena: II. - James Wood, New London Chamber Choir & Critical Band 1997.
Choir – New London Chamber Choir. Composed By – Leoš Janáček. Conductor – James Wood (4). Design – Terry Shannon (2). Ensemble – Critical Band. Executive-Producer – Joanna Gamble, Nick Flower. Music Consultant – Linda Nottingham. Recorded By, Producer – Gary Cole.
Audio CD, Import, March 1, 1998. Knephas' needs to be heard in context with the Orchestral Works from the Timpani Box that correspond to its creation. This piece seems to be a companion for the 20 minute work, (I think it is) 'Kyania'.
James Douglas Graham Wood (born 1 November 1965) is an English literary critic, essayist and novelist. Wood was The Guardian's chief literary critic between 1992 and 1995. As of 2014, he is Professor of the Practice of Literary Criticism at Harvard University and a staff writer at The New Yorker magazine.
CreditsAnthony Burton - Producer
Critical Band - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Gundhild Lenz-Mulligan - Liner Note Translation
Christiane di Matteo - Liner Note Translation
New London Chamber Choir - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
Steven Schick - Percussion
Mike Skeet - Engineer
John Taylor - Editing, Mastering
Paul Webster - Producer
John Whiting - Engineer
James Wood - Conductor, Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Producer
|1||Concerto for percussion & ensemble "Two Men Meet, Each Presuming The Other To Be From A Distant Planet"||Critical Band / New London Chamber Choir / James Wood||23:49|
|Phainomena, for chorus, ensemble & tape|
|2||Part 1||Critical Band / New London Chamber Choir / James Wood||6:03|
|3||Part 2||Critical Band / New London Chamber Choir / James Wood||15:52|
|4||Concerto for quarter tone marimba (& various wooden instruments) & ensemble ("Venancio Mbande Talking With The Trees")||Critical Band / New London Chamber Choir / James Wood||20:02|