Broughton / Stankiewicz / London Symphony Orch - On The Sixth Day String Theory Concerto For | RECORD STORE DAY
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Although Bruce Broughton is best known for his many film and television scores, over the past five decades he has composed scores for a diverse array of projects from film and TV to concert music and even theme parks. His work has been recognized with an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Score for the film "Silverado" (1985) and a record ten Emmy Awards for his musical compositions in television. This album presents a small selection of his concert works including String Theory for string orchestra, his oboe concerto And on the Sixth Day in a performance by Olivier Stankiewicz, Principal Oboe of the London Symphony Orchestra, and his brilliant Horn Concerto, written for William VerMeulen, the Principal Horn of the Houston Symphony, who is the soloist on this recording. The London Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Jonathan Bloxham.