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Cobalt (2,056.02 kb)
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Solace (2,640.47 kb)
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Cote: 81877
Type de média : CD
Date de Parution : 2014
Étiquette du disque : Centrediscs / Centredisques


Praised for writing “richly satisfying harmonies and solo melodies full of emotion” (Gwenda Nemerofsky, Winnipeg Free Press) with “an acute feeling for sonority” and an approach that is “deftly idiomatic” (David Gordon Duke, Vancouver Sun), Juno-nominated composer Jocelyn Morlock’s music embraces influences as diverse as Ravel, Saariaho, Nikolai Korndorf, and Balinese gamelan into a distinctive and lyrically exquisite voice.

In her ­first full-length CD release, Jocelyn Morlock presents a selection of predominantly orchestral music written between 2001 - 2010, performed by an array of stellar ensembles and soloists. ƒThe title track features violinists  Jonathan Crow and Karl Stobbe and the National Arts Centre Orchestra in a virtuosic performance conducted by Alain Trudel. Mark Fewer, then VSO concertmaster, shines on the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra recording of "Solace" conducted by Bramwell Tovey.

Jocelyn Morlock is currently serving as inaugural Composer-in-Residence for Vancouver’s innovative concert series, Music on Main. Morlock’s international career was launched at the International Society for Contemporary Music’s World Music Days with Romanian performances of her quartet "Bird in the Tangled Sky." Since then, she has become the composer of record for signi­ficant music competitions, including the Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition and the Š Montreal International Music Competition, for which she wrote "Amore," a tour de force vocal work that has gone on to receive more than 70 performances and numerous radio broadcasts.

To support this project, please visit Jocelyn Morlock's indiegogo campaign page:


1. Music of the Romantic Era (10:54)
Windsor Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: John Morris Russell

2. Cobalt (7:14)
National Arts Centre Orchestra
Jonathan Crow, Karl Stobbe, violins
Conductor: Alain Trudel

3. Disquiet (4:13)
CBC Radio Orchestra
Conductor: Alain Trudel

4. Asylum (10:00)
Duo Concertante with Vernon Regehr, cello

5. Oiseaux bleus et sauvages (10:52)
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Bramwell Tovey

6. Golden (10:54)
Pacific Baroque Orchestra
Philippe Magnan, oboe
Conductor and concertmaster: Marc Destrubé

7. Solace (11:14)
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
Mark Fewer, violin, Zoltan Rozsnyai, cello
Conductor: Bramwell Tovey

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