David DeBoor Canfield: Three ‘After’ Concertos

David DeBoor Canfield, born in Florida in 1950, is an unusual composer: as well as writing music in his own contemporary style, he also ventures back into history, generating works that the major figures of the past might have produced had they written for particular instruments. Here are three examples from what he calls his ‘After’ series: saxophone concertos in the styles of Glière and Tchaikovsky and a violin rhapsody that might have flowed from the pen of Gershwin.

Hayrapet Arakelyan, saxophones
Rachel Patrick, violin
Sinfonia Varsovia
Ian Hobson


Catalogue No: TOCC0346
EAN/UPC: 5060113443465
Release Date: 01.05.2016
Composer: David DeBoor Canfield
Artists: Hayrapet Arakelyan, Ian Hobson, Rachel Patrick, Sinfonia Varsovia

Listen To This Recording:

    Concerto after Gliere:

  1. I Andantino – Allegro spirito
  2. II Tranquillo e piacevole
  3. III Tempo di Tarantella
  4. Concerto after Tchaikovsky:

  5. I Allegro con molto passione
  6. II Molto adagio e tranquillo
  7. III Allegro molto, alla Russa
  8. Rhapsody after Gershwin

  9. Rhapsody after Gershwin


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