1-4. Proud Music of the Storm
5. Over Thorns to Stars
6. Tara’s Dream
7. Prairie Dawn
8. Crimson Dream
9. Fanfare for a Cold Land
Winner: Proud Music of the Storm, “Oustanding Classical Composition” – Western Canadian Music Awards
Canadian composer Stephen Chatman has created some of the most powerful and lyrical music of our time. This album collects many of his best-loved and award-winning compositions for orchestra.
This CD was chosen as one of the ten best recordings of the year 2004 by Rick Phillips, Sound Advice, CBC Radio Two
“Centrediscs has brought out something wonderfully big with this new Chatman disc… Chatman’s command of the orchestra is breath-taking; there is much to discover.”
– John S. Gray, Wholenote
“This is a thoroughly enjoyable disc.”
– Robert Jordan, Opus
UBC Symphony Orchestra; Vancouver Bach Choir; University Singers; Bruce Pullan (conducter/cher d’orchestre)
Matthew Stephanson (tenor/ténor); UBC Symphony Orchestra; Jesse Read (conductor/chef d’orchestre)
UBC Symphony Orchestra; Eric Wilson (doncutor/chef d’orchestre)
Gene Ramsbottom (clarinet/clarinette); UBC Chamber Strings; Stephen Chatman (conductor/chef d’orchestre)
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Günther Herbig (conductor/chef d’orchestre)
UBC Symphony Orchestra; Eric Wilson (condcutor/chef d’orchestre)
Various works for large ensemble.
Proud Music of the Storm: UBC Symphony Orchestra; Vancouver Bach Choir; UBC University Singers; Bruce Pullan, conductor.
Over Throns to Stars: Matthew Stephanson, tenor; UBC Symphony Orchestra; Jesse Read, conductor.
Tara's Dream: UBC Symphony Orchestra, Eric Wilson, conductor.
Prairie Dawn: Gene Ramsbottom, clarinet; UBC Chamber Strings; Stephen Chatman, conductor.
Crimson Dream: BBC Symphony Orchestra, Gunther Herbig, conductor.
Fanfare for Cold Land: UBC Symphony Orchestra, Eric Wilson, conductor.
Centrediscs: CMCCD 10304