LA GROTTE COSQUER, tenor and bass trombone duet (8:24)
Date: November 6, 2015
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"Written in February 1996, LA GROTTE COSQUER (Cosquer's Cave) was inspired by a captivating lecture/slide presentation by Monsieur Cosquer during which the explorer vividly recounted his discovery of an astonishing underwater cave whilst scuba diving off the coast of France.... In LA GROTTE COSQUER, the composer has sought to recreate the feelings and impressions evoked by the human journey inside the realms of this extraordinary underwater cave."
- from the "Introduction"
"LA GROTTE COSQUER is atmospherically evocative of a stunning and surprising encounter with both man and nature. It is immensely satisfying to both play and listen to as all involved become part of a remarkable world of water, land and prehistoric artistry."
LISTEN to an MP3 sample of the premiere recording on "Occurrence" (CD-72890),
- Douglas Yeo, Bass Trombonist, Boston Symphony Orchestra
available in the Recordings section of our Catalogue.
Single MP3 available from iTunes.
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