Amy Dickson - In Circles - 2019 (FLAC, 24BIT – 48KHZ)

Amy Dickson – In Circles – 2019 (FLAC, 24BIT – 48KHZ)

Composer: William Barton, Johannes Brahms, Ross Edwards, Manuel de Falla, Percy Grainger, James MacMillan, Émile Pessard, Peter Sculthorpe, Ralph Vaughan Williams
Performer: Amy Dickson – alto saxophone, Daniel de Borah – piano, William Barton – didgeridoo
Orchestra: Adelaide Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Nicholas Carter
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 48kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Sony
Size: 603 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes (PDF)
Server: rapidgator

Amy Dickson – In Circles – 2019

01. Pessard: Andalouse, Op. 20 No. 8 2:42
02. Sculthorpe: Djilile 3:52

Falla: Siete Canciones populares españolas 3:04

03. 4. Jota 3:04
04. MacMillan: From Galloway 3:27
05. trad.: She moved through the fair 3:23

MacMillan: Saxophone Concerto 17:05

06. I. March, Strathspey and Reel 5:37
07. II. Gaelic Psalm 6:18
08. III. Jigs 5:10

09. Grainger: Shepherd’s Hey 1:47

10. Brahms: Hungarian Dance No. 4 4:06

11. anon.: Discovery 1:46

Falla: Siete Canciones populares españolas 2:32

12. 5. Nana 2:32

13. Barton, W: Kalkadunga Yurdu 10:16

Vaughan Williams: Six Studies in English Folksong 8:30

14. 1. Adagio 1:36
15. 2. Andante sostenuto 1:18
16. 3. Larghetto 1:38
17. 4. Lento 1:35
18. 5. Andante tranquillo 1:32
19. 6. Allegro vivace 0:51

20. Edwards, Ross: Yanada 5:13

On the ‘Sony Classical’ label – The sensational, Classic BRIT winning saxophonist Amy Dickson returns with her exquisite new album “In Circles” . This album explores the connections between classical composers and folk music. This stunning new album features breath-taking works by celebrated composers Ralph Vaughan Williams, Brahms, William Bolton and many more.. Dickson began playing the saxophone at the age of six. She made her concerto debut at 16 and has since gone on to perform at prestigious venues throughout the world including the prestigious Royal Albert Hall, Sydney Opera House and the Konzerthaus, Vienna. Named by BBC Music Magazine as one of the world’s six best classical saxophonists, Amy Dickson has won numerous prizes including the Gold Medal at the Royal Overseas League Competition, the Symphony Australia Young Performer of the Year Competition and the Prince’s Prize. Dickson will tour the UK alongside the acclaimed Aurora Orchestra.



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