Release Date: May 1, 2009
Catalog #: NV5811
Format: Digital & Physical
20th Century
Chamber
Clarinet
Piano Trio

Memorial Tribute Concert: Live at New England Conservatory

Donald Martino composer
Peter Homans composer
Malcolm Peyton composer

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Track Listing & Credits

# Title Composer Performer
DISC ONE
01 Elegy Malcolm Peyton Shirley Brill, clarinet 4:33
02 Fantasies and Impromptus: I. Fantasy Donald Martino Randall Hodgkinson, piano 5:23
03 Fantasies and Impromptus: II. Impromptu Donald Martino Randall Hodgkinson, piano 2:46
04 Fantasies and Impromptus: III. Impromptu II Donald Martino Randall Hodgkinson, piano 3:28
05 Fantasies and Impromptus: IV. Omaggio Donald Martino Randall Hodgkinson, piano 6:14
06 Fantasies and Impromptus: V. Fantasy Donald Martino Randall Hodgkinson, piano 9:17
07 Piano Trio: I. Donald Martino Sharan Leventhal, violin; Jonathan Miller, cello; Randall Hodgkinson, piano 5:43
08 Piano Trio: II. Donald Martino Sharan Leventhal, violin; Jonathan Miller, cello; Randall Hodgkinson, piano 5:54
09 Piano Trio: III. Donald Martino Sharan Leventhal, violin; Jonathan Miller, cello; Randall Hodgkinson, piano 4:44
DISC TWO
01 Quintino Peter Homans Dinosaur Annex Music Ensemble | Scott Wheeler, conductor; Sue-Ellen Hershman-Tcherepnin, flute; Katherine V. Matasy, clarinet; Anne Black, viola; Michael Curry, cello; Hugh Hinton, piano 10:45
02 Serenata Concertante: I. Passeggiata Donald Martino Jeffrey Means, conductor; Jessi Rosinski, flute; Amy Advocat, clarinet; Kristen Dirmeirer, horn; Andrew Stetson, cornet, flugelhorn; Bryon Hitchcock, violin; Loewi Lin, cello; Stephen Olsen, piano; Kazuki Oya, percussion 6:29
03 Serenata Concertante: II. Scherzi Donald Martino Jeffrey Means, conductor; Jessi Rosinski, flute; Amy Advocat, clarinet; Kristen Dirmeirer, horn; Andrew Stetson, cornet, flugelhorn; Bryon Hitchcock, violin; Loewi Lin, cello; Stephen Olsen, piano; Kazuki Oya, percussion 4:23
04 Serenata Concertante: III. Meditzioni Donald Martino Jeffrey Means, conductor; Jessi Rosinski, flute; Amy Advocat, clarinet; Kristen Dirmeirer, horn; Andrew Stetson, cornet, flugelhorn; Bryon Hitchcock, violin; Loewi Lin, cello; Stephen Olsen, piano; Kazuki Oya, percussion 8:13
05 Serenata Concertante: IV. Scherzo Donald Martino Jeffrey Means, conductor; Jessi Rosinski, flute; Amy Advocat, clarinet; Kristen Dirmeirer, horn; Andrew Stetson, cornet, flugelhorn; Bryon Hitchcock, violin; Loewi Lin, cello; Stephen Olsen, piano; Kazuki Oya, percussion 2:48
06 Serenata Concertante: V. In memoriam Earl Kim Donald Martino Jeffrey Means, conductor; Jessi Rosinski, flute; Amy Advocat, clarinet; Kristen Dirmeirer, horn; Andrew Stetson, cornet, flugelhorn; Bryon Hitchcock, violin; Loewi Lin, cello; Stephen Olsen, piano; Kazuki Oya, percussion 7:31

Recorded live May 8, 2007 at Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston, MA
Engineering for “Quintino” and “Serenata Concertante”: Frank Cunningham

Photos courtesy of the Martino family

Special thanks to Peter Homans and Lora Martino

Executive Producer Bob Lord

Product Manager Sean Joncas

Mastering Shaun Michaud

Design Leeann Leftwich Zajas
www.llzdesign.com

Artist Information

Donald Martino

Composer

Born in Plainfield, New Jersey in 1931, Donald Martino began music lessons at nine ñ learning to play the clarinet, saxophone, and oboe ñ and composing at age 15. He went on to obtain degrees from Syracuse and Princeton Universities.

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Peter Homans

Composer

Peter Homans received a BA in English from Washington & Lee University followed by two master's degrees in music from New England Conservatory with Don Martino (Composition) and then Ernst Oster (Theory) in 1974 and 1976. He received two fellowships to Tanglewood in '75 and '76, studying with Gunther Schuller, Betsy Jolas, and Oliver Knussen. During his stay, he won the first ever Aaron Copland Prize for Composition.

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