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CD: Three Orchestral Works by S. Whitehead

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All music on Three Works by Stephen Whitehead is performed by Bay Area Classical Harmonies Orchestra and Chorus, Andrew Chung director.

Darkness Unveiled and Glory Illuminated: Three Orchestral Works by Stephen Whitehead

Copyright © 2014 by Stephen Whitehead, except for "Dracula: An Orchestral Thriller"

Copyright © 2014 by Stephen Whitehead and Jeffrey Whitehead. All rights reserved.

Contents of Music CD Three Orchestral Works by Stephen Whitehead:

1. Dracula: An Orchestral Thriller Co-written by Stephen Whitehead (music) and Jeffrey Whitehead (narration) for Chamber Orchestra, Narrator, and Violin Solo, based on Bram Stoker's novel. This timeless horror classic is retold with a narrator and orchestra to bring the blood-chilling scenes to life. "Enter freely and of your own free will", if you dare, into this horror fest for the ears. Narrated by Clifford Schwartz, violin solo by Andrea Oey violin, and conducted by Andrew Chung. (35 min)

2. Three Laments on The Great War for Vocal Soloists and Chamber Orchestra is set to the poems "Arms and the Boy" and "Anthem for Doomed Youth" by Wilfred Owen and "The Target" by Ivor Gurney with music by Stephen Whitehead. This piece expresses the unrelenting horrors and bitter ironies of men fighting a war many believed would be over by Christmas 1914, set to the poetry of two British soldier-poets of World War One. With vocal solos by Andrew Chung, Blythe May Elizabeth Tai, and Jose Hernandez; trumpet solo by John Escalera; Stephen Whitehead, conductor. (15 min)

3. Homage to Gloriana: An Elizabethan Tone Poem with Themes from English Renaissance for Harpsichord Solo, Recorder Solo, Orchestra and Chorus by Stephen Whitehead, esquire. A glorious homage to Queen Elizabeth I and English renaissance music of the 16th century including themes by William Byrd and poetry by Edmund Spenser. Susie Fong on harpsichord, Kris Palmer on recorder, Clifford Schwartz is reciter, and Andrew Chung conducts. (10 min)

Trailer of “Dracula: An Orchestral Thriller” from the CD: Darkness Unveiled and Glory Illuminated:
Three Orchestral Works
by Stephen Whitehead
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