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Nashville SO; Giancarlo Guerrero - Terry Riley: The Palmian Chord Ryddle; At the Royal Majestic (2017)

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Nashville SO; Giancarlo Guerrero - Terry Riley: The Palmian Chord Ryddle; At the Royal Majestic (2017)

Terry Riley: The Palmian Chord Ryddle; At the Royal Majestic (2017)
Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor
Tracy Silverman, electric violin; Todd Wilson, organ

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Classical, Modern Creative | Label: Naxos | # 8.559739 | 01:09:19

Terry Riley’s name will always be associated with his breakthrough work In C, but his influence on modern music has stretched far beyond minimalism. Both of the works on this recording reveal Riley’s spirit of exploration and his close collaboration with remarkable musicians. Commissioned by the Nashville Symphony, The Palmian Chord Ryddle is a kind of musical autobiography in which electric violin pioneer Tracy Silverman’s “one-man string quartet” sets the pace for the sparse, translucent orchestration. At the Royal Majestic is another recent example of Riley’s work with a symphony orchestra and a virtuosic soloist, in this case organist Todd Wilson. Its title refers to “the mighty Wurlitzer housed in grand movie palaces,” and the music draws on a wide variety of genres including gospel, ragtime, Baroque chorales, and boogie.

Terry Riley is one of the most adventurous and audacious American composers born in the first half of the 20th century, his music stretching beyond minimalism. Formally trained in composition at the San Fancisco Conservatory and the University of California, it was his coming into contact with Indian classical music that took him outside of conventional Western culture. If you then add his affection for jazz and improvisation, and you have the heady mix of sounds and rhythms in The Palmian Chord Ryddle, a score completed in 2011 when Riley was seventy-six. It was the electric violin soloist on this disc, the Nashville-based, Tracy Silverman, who was the motivating factor in a work in eight movements each with a descriptive title, much of it, in the composer’s own words, being in ‘written-out improvisation’. I will leave you to read the disc’s booklet which relates how the work’s name came about, the outcome being a ‘crossover’ score incorporating so many musical forms, but primarily joyous jazz. Completed two years later, At the Royal Majestic is in essence a three-movement organ concerto, in which Riley recalls the mighty Wurlitzers housed in cinemas with grand names such as the ‘Royal Majestic’. Both works last over half an hour, the concerto’s long opening entitled, Negro Hall, is in a jazz idiom, and after a short central slow movement, we move to Tibet for the pilgrimage to Mount Kallish. Was the organ meant to have a greater presence? Here played by Todd Wilson, it is, for much of the time, part of the outstanding Nashville Symphony that has, throughout the disc, provided the very complex textures under their conductor, Giancarlo Guerrero. The disc’s producer, Tim Handley, and engineer, Gary Call, have my utmost admiration in creating a detailed sound, the first work recorded at a public concert in 2012, and the Royal Majestic in sessions earlier this year.

Review by David Denton, David's Review Corner

Nashville SO; Giancarlo Guerrero - Terry Riley: The Palmian Chord Ryddle; At the Royal Majestic (2017)



Nashville Symphony Orchestra
Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor
Tracy Silverman, electric violin (1-8)
Todd Wilson, organ (9-11)

Tracklist:

The Palmian Chord Ryddle

01. I. Starting from here (5:17)
02. II. Iberia (6:34)
03. III. Slow drag (3:13)
04. IV. Towards the clouds (5:49)
05. V. For Maresa (3:11)
06. VI. Ghandi-Ji's Danda (5:23)
07. VII. Wedding music (4:22)
08. VIII. The afterglow (1:40)

At the Royal Majestic

09. I. Negro Hall (15:34)
10. II. The Lizard Tower Gang (4:37)
11. III. Circling Kailash (13:40)


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Nashville SO; Giancarlo Guerrero - Terry Riley: The Palmian Chord Ryddle; At the Royal Majestic (2017)

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