samedi 15 mars 2014

Carson Cooman - Cantus I


Carson Cooman (b. 1982) is an American composer with a catalog of hundreds of works in many forms—from solo instrumental pieces to operas, and from orchestral works to hymn tunes. His music has been performed on all six inhabited continents in venues that range from the stage of Carnegie Hall to the basket of a hot air balloon. Cooman's work appears on over forty recordings, including twenty complete CDs on the Naxos, Albany, Artek, Gothic, Divine Art, Métier, Altarus, MSR Classics, Raven, and Zimbel labels. Cooman's primary composition studies were with Bernard Rands, Judith Weir, Alan Fletcher, and James Willey. As an active concert organist, Cooman specializes in the performance of contemporary music. Over 150 new works have been composed for him by composers from around the world, and his organ performances can be heard on a number of CD recordings. Cooman is also a writer on musical subjects, producing articles and reviews frequently for a number of international publications. He serves as an active consultant on music business matters to composers and performing organizations, specializing particularly in the area of composer estates and archives. 

Cantus I

(by the composer himself)

Cantus I (2011) for piano was commissioned by Nicolas Horvath and the Monte Carlo Festival.
The work is meditative and tranquil throughout.
The very simple materials are unfolded and re-folded.

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