Canadian Sounds

product thumb

Price: $20.98


Audio Samples: 
Fugue (2,333.80 kb)
This feature requires the flash player plugin


Diversions (2,345.02 kb)
This feature requires the flash player plugin


SKU: CD-CSCD-1007
Call Number: CD 679
Organization: Saxart
Media Type: CD
Year of Release: 2012
Record Label: Carleton Sound

Canadian Sounds features the Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre, Deirdre Piper as both a composer and an organist. Khoreia (1992) a trio for clarinet, cello and piano, incorporates dance-like material from her earlier theatre piece The Seven Questions (1991). The Ottawa based saxophone quartet Saxart commissioned the three-movement Diversions (1998), structurally based on Messaien's Third Mode of Limited Transposition. Dr. Piper is heard as an organist in six Canadian organ works, none of which have been previously recorded. They range from Pelletier's Morceau of 1870 through works by T. J. Crawford, Samuel P. Warren, William Reed, Clarence Lucas, to the amazing Sonata in C minor (1939), by Vancouver organist Frederick Chubb.

DEIRDRE PIPER

1) Diversions: Allegretto

2) Passacaglia

3) Rondo

FREDERICK CHUBB

4) Sonata in C minor, first movement

WILLIAM REED

5) Cantilène

CLARENCE LUCAS

6) Fugue

SAMUEL P. WARREN

7) Prelude and Fugue in A flat major

R.-O. PELLETIER

8) 10 Petits Morceaux de diffèrents caractères, No. 8

T. J. CRAWFORD

9) Toccata in F major

DEIRDRE PIPER

10) Khoreia





Suggest a Correction or Addition for this Product Record