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The driving energy of Turkish/American composer Kamran Ince' Hot, Red, Cold, Vibrant recalls the motoric rhythms of John Adams' Short Ride in a Fast Machine with some unexpected jolts added. Written for soloists, chorus and large orchestra in 2005, the ro

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Symphonie n°5 "Galatasaray" - Hot, Red, Cold, Vibrant - Requiem Without Words - Before Infrared / Bilkent Symphony Orchestra - Kamran Ince, direction

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Symphony No. 5 "Fantastic" Nov. 2 2011
By L. Greinke - Published on Amazon.com
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Kamran Ince's Symphony No. 5 is nothing but fantastic. Such a powerful work. I agree with the first individual, I would love to hear this work in a concert hall. The entire album is enjoyable. This is on a 'highly recommend' status. If you have not heard his music, this is a great set of recordings to start with.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 'Galatsarary' would be so exciting to hear in the concert hall! Sept. 21 2011
By Thomas Martin - Published on Amazon.com
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As another reviewer observed, Ince's Symphony No. 5 is a blend of John AdamsAdams: Harmonium and Carl Orff Orff: Carmina Burana- and that is not to say that it is derivative; it's not. It just lives in that sound world. If you're new to Ince, this is a perfect introduction to his music, and then you'll want to follow-up this up with his Symphony No. 2, 'Fall of Constantinople'. Symp 2 Fall of Constantinople / Cto for Orch. Enjoy!
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply: Excellent March 17 2014
By Adrianini - Published on Amazon.com
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Yes, My expetations about this work are simply, Very nice...!!!. A modern symphony with classical and minimalist sounds, this is a Great American/Turkish modern composer, I recommended widely
4.0 out of 5 stars Little known bu quite interesting. Aug. 19 2014
By jdp - Published on Amazon.com
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Different and interesting piece by a little known composer. I shall look for more

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