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Douglas Knehans: Cloud Ossuary
ar-00062 (Ablaze Records, CD)
FIRST RELEASE (2 January 2022)
Booklet pages: 17
℗ 2022 AblazeRecords Pty Ltd
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Main country of recording: Czech Republic
Reviewer: Geoff Pearce
Review of Douglas Knehans: Cloud Ossuary published on 16 August 2022
Pavel Wallinger, violin
Judith Weusten, soprano
Brno Philharmonic Orchestra
Mikel Toms, conductor
Douglas Knehans (born 1957):
1 Mist Waves (2019) for solo violin and strings
Cloud Ossuary - Symphony No 4 (2019)
2 The Ossein Cage
3 Breathe Clouded
4 Bones and All (text: Katarina Knehans, 2017)
Recorded at Besední dům, Brno, Czech Republic.
An evocative journey into the delicate and emotional world of composer Douglas Knehans and writer Katarina Knehans. This disc explodes with electric performances by the Brno Philharmonic, violin soloist Pavel Wallinger and stunning young soprano Judith Weusten under the propulsive and imaginative baton of conductor Mikel Toms.