Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Timothy McAllister, whose discography features groundbreaking collaborations with many of the world's leading musicians and orchestras, releases his first solo album on XAS Records with acclaimed pianist Liz Ames. Marking 25 years since his debut solo recording, this compendium draws together cherished masterpieces in the repertoire alongside new discoveries to usher in the instrument's future. Dazzling performances of works by William Albright, David Biedenbender, Edison Denisov, Bruno Mantovani, Steven Stucky, and Augusta Read Thomas pay tribute to a rich compositional landscape spanning nearly half a century.
Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Timothy McAllister, whose discography features groundbreaking collaborations with many of the world's leading musicians and orchestras, releases his first solo album on XAS Records with acclaimed pianist Liz Ames. Marking 25 years since his debut solo recording, this compendium draws together cherished masterpieces in the repertoire alongside new discoveries to usher in the instrument's future. Dazzling performances of works by William Albright, David Biedenbender, Edison Denisov, Bruno Mantovani, Steven Stucky, and Augusta Read Thomas pay tribute to a rich compositional landscape spanning nearly half a century.
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Format: CD
Label: XAS RECORDS
Rel. Date: 07/24/2020
UPC: 864190000284

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Artist: Timothy McAllister
Format: CD
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Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Timothy McAllister, whose discography features groundbreaking collaborations with many of the world's leading musicians and orchestras, releases his first solo album on XAS Records with acclaimed pianist Liz Ames. Marking 25 years since his debut solo recording, this compendium draws together cherished masterpieces in the repertoire alongside new discoveries to usher in the instrument's future. Dazzling performances of works by William Albright, David Biedenbender, Edison Denisov, Bruno Mantovani, Steven Stucky, and Augusta Read Thomas pay tribute to a rich compositional landscape spanning nearly half a century.