Infinity Chimes

Cat. No. SYDA 1704

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Infinity Chimes is an orchestral music album featuring one piano concerto and one symphonic poem by composer Flint Juventino Beppe. Wolfgang Plagge is the piano soloist with Norwegian Radio Orchestra conducted by Ari Rasilainen.




This digital album is in many ways the sequel to the album About my Grandfather (2002) and it contains two orchestral works: «Piano Concerto No.1» Op.24, which is partly based on themes from Op.1, and «Theh Goldest» Op.27 – a symphonic poem written in 1997.

I have always enjoyed the concept of infinity, even though it seems impossible to grasp it completely. It is closely intertwined with life and death – and to me, music is a part of both life and death. Infinity has a celestial dimension as well, and I am very fascinated by the universe. Maybe the title refers to something that you can hear forever, or something that will continue to chime infinitely even if you cannot hear it?
Flint Juventino Beppe



Sheet music from this album:


«Piano Concerto No.1» Op.24  «Theh Goldest» Op.27  

Label: Symbiophonic

Format: Digital Album

Type: Orchestral music

Released: 2017

Total duration: 52 minutes

Composer: Flint Juventino Beppe

Participants:

Norwegian Radio Orchestra

Ari Rasilainen, conductor

Wolfgang Plagge. piano

Producer and graphic design: Flint Juventino Beppe

Cover paintings: Line Majormoen


Track listing:

01 Fear Struggler 7:19
02 Final Fear 3:43
03 A Chased Fear 4:30
04 Neck 9:58
05 Scent 6:39
06 Mark 6:37
07 Infinity 6:06
08 Heart 7:19

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