Bryce Dessner – St. Carolyn By The Sea / Jonny Greenwood – Suite From There Will Be Blood (2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]
Bryce Dessner – St. Carolyn By The Sea / Jonny Greenwood – Suite From There Will Be Blood (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 64:13 minutes | 1,13 GB | Genre: Classical, Modern, Avant-Garde
Official Digital Download – Source: HDTracks.com | Front cover, Digital Booklet | © Deutsche Grammophon
Never before have classical and rock converged in such an organic, compelling and sensual way as they do in the three short orchestral works written by and featuring The National guitarist Bryce Dessner on his new release St. Carolyn by the Sea, performed with the Copenhagen Phil and conducted by André de Ridder.
Dessner presents three pieces of modern classical music, written from the perspective of a rock musician who is keenly aware of the raw emotional impact music – any music – can have on an audience. He draws on elements from Baroque and folk music, late Romanticism and modernism, minimalist music and the blues, among others, as well as referencing the work of such legendary figures as John Fahey, La Monte Young, Bela Bartok, Glenn Branca, Benjamin Britten, Morton Feldman, Philip Glass and Steve Reich. Despite this broad spectrum of influences, his voice remains individual and distinct.
With this album, which also showcases a suite drawn from Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood’s soundtrack for There Will Be Blood, Bryce Dessner and Jonny Greenwood open up a new frontier for symphonic music.
Bryce Dessner (b.1976)
1. St. Carolyn By The Sea 13:05
2. Lachrimae 13:24
3. Raphael 17:10
Jonny Greenwood (b.1971): Suite From There Will Be Blood
4. 1. Open Spaces 04:09
5. 2. Future Markets 03:00
6. 3. HW – Hope Of New Fields 03:12
7. 4. Henry Plainview 04:53
8. 5. Proven Lands 02:02
9. 6. Oil 03:42
Bryce Dessner, Electric Guitar
Aaron Dessner, Electric Guitar
André de Ridder, Conductor
Recorded: Royal Danish Academy of Music, Concert Hall, Copenhagen, 12/2012 (St. Carolyn by the Sea, Lachrimae), 2/2013 (Raphael), 2 & 4/2013 (Suite).
Recorded in the DXD audio format (Digital eXtreme Definition) 352.8 kHz, 32 bit.