- Scott Hendricks (Baritone)
Notes & Reviews:
The Phoenix Symphony enjoys a long history of premiering new works that bridge gaps between Western art music and Native cultures. Hailed as "a master", Mark Grey "is a composer as well as a sound engineer, and what he is up to has far-reaching implications for the direction that classical music will take this century" (Los Angeles Times). This recording of 'Enemy Slayer: A Navajo Oratorio' is the world premiere performance of the first oratorio based on an indigenous North American creation story. "Mark Grey's score is perfectly crafted, impeccably paced, beautifully scored" ('The Arizona Republic').
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Works DetailsGrey, Mark [Composer] : Enemy Slayer :: A Navajo Oratorio
- Performer: Scott Hendricks (Baritone)
- Conductor: Michael Christie
- Ensemble: Phoenix Symphony Orchestra
- Notes: Symphony Hall, Phoenix, AZ (02/07/2008-02/09/2008)
- Running Time: 10 min. 18 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary
- Form: Cantata/Oratorio
- Written: 2008
- Studio/Live: Live