Rolf Hind - Orchestra And Chamber Music mp3 flac
- Album: Orchestra And Chamber Music
- MP3: 1136 mb | FLAC: 1875 mb
- Released: 2013
- Style: Contemporary
- Rating: 4.2/5
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David Alberman, Martyn Brabbins, James Crabb, Rolf Hind, Sarah Leonard, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Duke Quartet. David Alberman, Martyn Brabbins, James Crabb, Rolf Hind, Sarah Leonard, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Duke Quartet.
Complete your Rolf Hind collection. Orchestra – BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 1-3). Piano, Composed By – Rolf Hind (tracks: 1-20). Strings – The Duke Quartet (tracks: 4-17). Violin – David Alberman (tracks: 18-20).
Professor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, teaching chamber music and composition for the piano. Artistic Director of the Society for the Promotion of New Music.
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Rolf Hind (born 1964 in London) is a British pianist and composer. He studied at the Royal College of Music in London and at the University of California, Los Angeles. Rolf Hind was born in London from a German mother and an English father. He studied piano with Kendall Taylor, John Barstow, John Constable, Johanna Harris and composition with Edwin Roxburgh, Jeremy Dale Roberts
Listen to music from Rolf Hind like Variations for solo piano: III, Arc: Part 2 - Textures & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Rolf Hind. In a career that has taken him all over the world in the last fifteen years, Rolf Hind has worked with many of the greatest names in 20th and 21st century contemporary classical music. As a student of composition and piano at the Royal College of Music, he played works by Xenakis and Messiaen to the composers themselves, prompting the latter to describe the undergraduate as "a great pianist".
Rolf Hind has worked closely with living composers across the range of styles: from John Adams and Tan Dun to Ligeti and Kurtag, Xenakis and Messiaen to Simon Holt and Judith Weir. The Independent Newspaper called him 'the bright young thing of the avant-garde keyboard'. Born in London and now resident there after studies in London and Los Angeles, his career has a number of facets. His piano pieces and a chamber work The Horse Sacrifice have been broadcast by the BBC, he has written/improvised a score for German Radio to Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen, and he is currently working on several commissions, including one for the Huddersfield Festival for a piece for violin and piano which he will premiere with his regular duo partner, David Alberman.
|Maya-Sesha for piano & orchestra|
|The Eye of Fire for prepared piano & string orchestra|
|4||Part I: Corpse||1:03|
|5||Part I: Mountain||1:54|
|6||Part I: Hero||2:22|
|7||Part I: Cobra||0:44|
|8||Part I: Lion||0:55|
|9||Part I: Nataraja||2:49|
|10||Part Ii: Child||2:12|
|11||Part II: Locust||0:23|
|12||Part II: Trees||4:09|
|13||Part II: Eagle||3:22|
|14||Part II: Crow||0:46|
|15||Part III: Scorpion||2:17|
|16||Part III: Eye Of Fire||3:19|
|17||Part III: OM||1:07|
|The City Of Love (2001-02) for Voice, violin & piano|
- Accordion – James Crabb (tracks: 1-3)
- Conductor – Martyn Brabbins (tracks: 1-3)
- Orchestra – BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 1-3)
- Piano, Composed By – Rolf Hind (tracks: 1-20)
- Strings – The Duke Quartet (tracks: 4-17)
- Violin – David Alberman (tracks: 18-20)
- Voice – Sarah Leonard (tracks: 18-20)