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20155084
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20155084

Mozetich: Affairs of the Heart

By CBC Vancouver Orchestra; Mario Bernardi; Juliette Kang; Nora Bumanis; Julia Shaw

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By CBC Vancouver Orchestra; Mario Bernardi; Juliette Kang; Nora Bumanis; Julia Shaw. By Marjan Mozetich. Classical. CD. Published by Centredisc (NX.CMCCD-21815).

Item Number: NX.CMCCD-21815

This iconic CD was originally released in 2000 by CBC Records. Having been out of stock for years, Centerdiscs is thrilled to partner with CBC Music to finally re-press this much sought after album.

"One of the most important composers of our time" (Kingston Whig-Standard). Marjan Mozetich's compellingly beautiful music has found favour with outstanding artists, critics and audiences around the world. "His music generates the kind of joyousness you feel when you hear the young Mozart." (Toronto Star). His aim is to write music that expresses beauty, sensuousness and emotion -- things that give him and his audiences pleasure.

When CBC Radio broadcasted the concert performance of Mozetich's 1997 violin concerto, Affairs of the Heart, the Corporation's switchboards lit up from coast to coast. There were numerous reports of what those who work in radio sometimes call "the driveway experience": where listeners are so captivated by what they're hearing, they remain in their cars, listening to the end, even though they've long since arrived home. The music of the concerto gives voice to emotions that are impossible to articulate in any other language: the inexplicable affairs of the heart.

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Postcards from the Sky is the collective title of an ongoing series of short pieces for string orchestra. As the title suggests, these works are relatively short, evocative thoughts on the heavens at large, either literal or metaphorical. The first three 'Postcards', were commissioned with the assistance of the Canada Council, and premiered by the Thirteen Strings of Ottawa conducted by Paul Andreas Mahr in April of 1996.

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