Review: Dallas Chamber Symphony Performs “Chamber Symphony”

In a review entitled Dallas Chamber Symphony has fun with Buster Keaton film, columnist Scott Cantrell has this to say about the Paul Moravec piece:

From American composer Paul Moravec, born in 1957, came the 2003 Chamber Symphony, scored for flute, oboe, horn, violin, cello, piano and percussion. Here, too, is much sheer energy, the busy textures replete with shifting meters and dancing syncopations. The slow movement, marked “Slow, Singing, Rubato,” is icily atmospheric. Although the music doesn’t sound like Hindemith, it has a bit of the German composer’s DNA.

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