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Performed by the NYU Percussion Ensemble under the direction of Jonathan Haas with guest appearances by So Percussion, Bobby Previte’s new work Terminals Quartets celebrates the subtle, the powerful and the serene in modern percussion-based music.
The piece is both a back story and a natural progression for Previte’s 2014 Cantaloupe release TERMINALS (Five Concertos for Percussion and Soloist). In that work, So Percussion played the role of a concerto orchestra behind soloists on harp, guitar, piano and saxophone; Terminals Quartets re-calibrates exclusively for percussion, and adds new music to create a work of vast space and melodic abstraction—an entirely new entity of percussive sound, with an eerie echo of its original source.
As such, Terminals Quartets is also testament to the teaching power of music, with the recording having been beautifully captured by Paul Geluso in New York University’s James Dolan Studio, and featuring top percussion students from NYU’s premiere Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Program.
released February 24, 2017
Alex Appel, Brandon Nestor, Matthew Overbay, Sara Barsky
Adam Holmes, Luz Carime Santa Coloma, Indigo Cook, Rob Guilford
Luis Jacome, Russell Fisher, Rose Egan, Greg Auffredou
Yael Litwin, Sean Perham, Doug Chew, Sarah Bennett
Bobby Previte & Yael Litwin, drum set solos
Abby Fisher, Karina Yau, Alex Appel, Marc Akiyama
Jonathan Haas, timpani solo
Soloists and Special Guests:
Jonathan Haas, Bobby Previte
and So Percussion:
Eric Cha-Beach, Josh Quillen, Adam Sliwinski, Jason Treuting
Cantaloupe Music is the record label created by the three founders of New York's legendary Bang on a Can
organization—composers Michael Gordon, David Lang and Julia Wolfe—with Bang on a Can managing director Kenny Savelson. Cantaloupe Music has made a massive impact in the contemporary music community, and has been recognized by critics and fans worldwide for its edgy and adventurous sounds....more