Notes & Reviews:
"Fresh", "creative", "optimistic", "accessible" are some of the adjectives used to describe the compositions of contemporary composer James Hartway. This CD features some of Hartway's best-known chamber works, such as 'Images of Mogador' for harp, flute and viola, 'Scenes from a Marriage' for one piano four hands, and the title work 'Imaginary Creatures' for voice and string quartet.
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American Classics - Gloria Coates: Symphony no 15, etc
Cimarosa: Overtures Vol 2 / Kevin Mallon, et al
William Alwyn: Piano Music, Vol 1 / Ashley Wass
Rossini: Mosè Egitto / Fogliani, et al
Majestic Journey - Original Works for Euphonium
American Classics - Wuorinen: The Dante Trilogy
American Music - Gregory Hutter: Electric Traction, etc
American Classics - Fuchs: Canticle to the Sun, etc
Komei Abe: Symphony no 1, Divertimento, etc / Yablonsky
Works DetailsHartway, James : Three Myths, for piano
- Performer: Pauline Martin (Piano)
- Running Time: 11 min. 29 sec.
- Written: 1993/2006
Hartway, James : Imaginary Creatures, for voice & string quartet
- Performer: Pamela Schiffer (Soprano)
- Notes: Recording Studio, Wayne State University, MI (12/04/2006/01/05/2007)
- Running Time: 17 min. 34 sec.
- Written: 1999
Hartway, James : Images of Mogador, for 3 woodwinds
- Ensemble: Woodland Trio
- Running Time: 14 min. 39 sec.
- Written: 2002
Hartway, James : Scenes from a Marriage, for piano, 4-hands
- Performers: Robert Conway (Piano); Catherine Wilson (Piano)
- Running Time: 14 min. 17 sec.
- Written: 1993