Tantara Classical Artists
With music and composition training from Brigham Young University and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dr. David Sargent’s music career took him from the Eastman School of Music to Ohio University to a long residency at BYU where he held the Harold R. Laycock University Professorship for Music Composition for 10 years before retiring in 2008. Sargent’s music has been performed worldwide and a small collection of his works is featured on this two-volume album.
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Utah Trombone Authority
2. Musings on Chopin
Stella Simakova, piano
3. Bless the Lord
BYU Singers; Ronald Staheli, conductor
4. Interior Windows
Meadows Wind Ensemble; Jack Delaney, conductor
Denae Marie Coco, piano
BYU Select Ensemble
6. Mvt. I: Impatience
7. Mvt. III: Exuberance
8. Interlude for Clarinets
Ensemble de Clarinettes de Toulouse; Yves Bailly, conductor
9. We Give Thee But Thine Own (a hymn setting)
David Sargent, keyboard
Christian Smith, bassoon
3. Symphony No. 4
BYU Philharmonic Orchestra; Kory Katseanes, conductor
4. Interlude for Eight Violas
California Viola Ensemble; Thomas Tatton, conductor
Sarah Holden, oboe; Scott Holden, piano
5. Mvt. I: Echoes
6. Mvt. II: Conversations
7. Mvt. III: Recollections
Neil Thornock, carillon
Producer: Ron Simpson
Executive producer: Ben Fales
Works compiled by David Sargent with Ron Simpson
Digital editing and restoration: Troy Sales
Produced with generous grants from the College of Fine Arts and Communications, Brigham Young University, and an anonymous donor.
Tantara Records is an enterprise center in the School of Music at Brigham Young University, and part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.
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