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American Music - Gregory Hutter: Electric Traction, etc

Album Summary

>Hutter, Gregory : Electric Traction, for orchestra
>Hutter, Gregory : Fantasy Pieces, for piano
>Hutter, Gregory : Still Life, for oboe & orchestra
>Hutter, Gregory : Skyscrapers, for orchestra
>Hutter, Gregory : The Melancholy Rags (Book 1), for piano
Performers Conductors Ensembles Composer

Notes & Reviews:

Gregory Hutter is currently one of America's most diverse and eclectic young composers. As demonstrated in the present collection of compositions, Hutter works fluently in a wide variety of styles and mediums, from the mechanical urban imagery displayed in the orchestral works 'Electric Traction' and 'Skyscrapers' to the neo-romanticism of 'Still Life', from the aggressive dissonant styles of the 'Fantasy Pieces' to his own unique incarnation of the ragtime genre in 'The Melancholy Rags'. His music has been performed by many leading orchestras and concert artists throughout North America, Europe and the Middle East.



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Works Details

>Hutter, Gregory : Electric Traction, for orchestra
  • Conductor: Andreas Baumgartner
  • Running Time: 6 min. 31 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2002

>Hutter, Gregory : Fantasy Pieces, for piano
  • Performer: Winston Choi (Piano)
  • Running Time: 20 min. 6 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2001

>Hutter, Gregory : Still Life, for oboe & orchestra
  • Performer: Miroslav Safár (Oboe)
  • Conductor: Andreas Baumgartner
  • Running Time: 10 min. 26 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2004

>Hutter, Gregory : Skyscrapers, for orchestra
  • Conductor: Toshiyuki Shimada
  • Ensemble: Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Running Time: 8 min. 37 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2001

>Hutter, Gregory : The Melancholy Rags (Book 1), for piano
  • Performer: Winston Choi (Piano)
  • Running Time: 12 min. 14 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2000