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  1. Computer Audiophile users can get 25% off The Venetian Concertos on HDtracks using code CPUVENICE[h=2]"It's a marvelous re-thinking of an old form that really works and is contemporary music for those who don't like contemporary music." - KPBX Classical Radio[/h] David Chesky's newest radically original powerful compositions, The Venetian Concertos, are a tribute to the classic Italian Concerto Grosso form. Chesky uses his fondness for the Baroque as a starting point. However, influenced and inspired by Brazilian, Urban, and Latin music, he then replaces the Baroque line contour with dense chromatic polyphony. The collision of styles creates a powerful new definition of the Orchestral Concerto form, one which embraces a more contemporary and relevant approach to both counterpoint and energy. Track Listing Venetian Concertos No. 3 Track 1: Movement 1 (5:27) Track 2: Movement 2 (4:36) Track 3: Movement 3 (3:42) Venetian Concerto No. 1 Track 4: Movement 1 (6:04) Track 5: Movement 2 (5:22) Track 6: Movement 3 (4:11) Venetian Concerto No. 2 Track 7: Movement 1 (6:33) Track 8: Movement 2 (6:17) Track 9: Movement 3 (3:59) Venetian Concerto No. 4 Track 9: Movement 1 (5:41) Track 10: Movement 2 (6:06) Track 11: Movement 3 (4:03)
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