A Black November Turkey (original choral and string quartet versions)
Corigliano Quartet

Includes Snapshot: Circa 1909, String Quartet No. 1
Corigliano Quartet
William Ferris Chorale; William Ferris, conductor

Includes Gazebo Dances (for piano four-hands), L’ Invitation au Voyage for a cappella chorus,
Kaleidoscope for Two Pianos, Sonata for Violin and Piano

A Dylan Thomas Trilogy
Sir Thomas Allen, baritone; Ty Jackson, boy soprano; John Tessler, tenor
Nashville Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; Leonard Slatkin, conductor

Altered States (motion picture)

Altered States: Love scene
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra; John Mauceri, conductor

Altered States: soundtrack
Studio orchestra; Christopher Keene, conductor

Aria (4th Movement of Concerto for Oboe)
Humbert Lucarelli; oboe
Brooklyn Philharmonic; Michael Barrett, conductor
Mark Hill, oboe; Seth Knopp, piano

Campane di Ravello (A Celebration Piece for Sir Georg Solti)
I Fiamminghi (the Orchestra of Flanders); Rudolf Werthen,conductor

Includes Creations: Two Scenes from Genesis, Elegy, Promenade Overture, To Music, Voyage (for flute and string orchestra)
Louisville Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor

Includes Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Gazebo Dances (for orchestra) Promenade Overture, Voyage (for string ensemble)

Chiaroscuro (for two pianos tuned 1/4 tone apart)
Blair McMillen & Sachiko Cato, pianos
Andrew Russo & Steven Heyman, pianos

Includes Etude Fantasy (for piano), Fantasia on an Ostinato (for piano), Sonata for Violin and Piano
Anna Louise & Edward Turgeon, pianos (Duo Turgeon)
Chiaroscuro for Two Pianos - Gosling and McMillen

Circus Maximus - Symphony No. 3
University of Texas Wind Ensemble
Jerry Junkin, conductor

includes : "Gazebo Dances"

Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra
Michael Collins, clarinet
BBC Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin, conductor
Richard Stolzman, clarinet
London Symphony Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton-Smith, conductor
Stanley Drucker, clarinet
New York Philharmonic; Zubin Mehta, conductor
The fifth recording of Corigliano’s Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra, features Eddy Vanoosthuyse as soloist and the Brussels Philharmonic/The Orchestra of Flanders under Paul Meyer’s direction.

Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra
Steinar Hannevold, oboe
Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra; Dmitri Kitajenko, conductor
Douglas Bairstow, oboe
Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra; Bramwell Tovey, conductor
Humbert Lucarelli, oboe
American Symphony Orchestra; Kazuyoshi Akiyama, conductor

Includes Poem in October (Chamber Version), Three Irish Folksong Settings

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
James Tocco, piano
Louisville Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor

Includes Elegy, Tournaments Overture, Gazebo Dances (for orchestra)
Barry Douglas, piano
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin, conductor

Includes Elegy, Fantasia on an Ostinato (for orchestra)Tournaments
Alain Lefevre, piano
Pacific Symphony Orchestra; Carl St. Clair, conductor
James Tocco, pianist
Louisville Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor

Includes Campane di Ravello, Gazebo Dances (for orchestra), Promenade Overture, Voyage for (string ensemble)
Hilde Somers, piano
San Antonio Symphony; Victor Alessandro, conductor

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (“The Red Violin”)
Joshua Bell, violin; Jeremy Denk, piano
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Marin Alsop, conductor

Includes Sonata for Violin and Piano
Violinist Elina Vahala is soloist in the third recording of Corigliano’s Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (“The Red Violin”) with the Sinfonia Lahti under Jaakko Kuusisto.

Conjurer
World Premiere Recording

Dame Evelyn Glennie and Hila Plitmann

CONJURER for percussionist and strings (with optional brass)

Includes:

VOCALISE for soprano, orchestra and electronics

Creations: Two Scenes from Genesis
Ian McKellen, Narrator
I Fiamminghi (the Orchestra of Flanders); Rudolf Werthen,conductor

Includes Campane di Ravello, Elegy, Promenade Overture, To Music,
Voyage (for flute and string orchestra)

Elegy
Louisville Orchestra; Sidney Harth, conductor

Includes Tournaments Overture, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Gazebo Dances (for orchestra)
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin, conductor

Includes Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Fantasia on an Ostinato (for orchestra), Tournaments
I Fiamminghi (the Orchestra of Flanders); Rudolf Werthen,conductor

Includes Campane di Ravello, Creations: Two Scenes from Genesis, Promenade Overture, To Music, Voyage (for flute and string orchestra)
CBC Vancouver Orchestra; Mario Bernardi, conductor

Etude Fantasy (for piano)
Michael Sheppard, piano
Andrew Russo, piano

Includes Sonata for Violin and Piano, Chiaroscuro, Fantasia On An Ostinato (for piano)
Caroline Hong, piano
David Jalbert, piano
James Tocco, piano

Includes Fancy on a Bach Air (cello version), Fantasia on an Ostinato (for piano), Phantasmagoria (on Themes from “The Ghosts of Versailles”)
Stephen Wilber, piano
Stephen Hough, piano
Jade Simmons, piano

Fancy on a Bach Air
Yo-Yo Ma (unaccompanied ‘cello)

Includes Etude Fantasy (for piano), Fantasia on an Ostinato (for piano),
Phantasmagoria (on Themes from “The Ghosts of Versailles”)
viola version by Melia Watras

Fantasia on an Ostinato (for orchestra)
Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra; Eri Klas, conductor

Includes Phantasmagoria (Suite from “The Ghosts of Versailles”), To Music,
Three Hallucinations (from "Altered States")
St. Louis Symphony; Leonard Slatkin
Barry Douglas, piano

Includes Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Elegy, Tournaments

Fantasia on an Ostinato (for piano)
Andrew Russo, piano

Includes Chiaroscuro, Etude Fantasy (for piano)Sonata for Violin and Piano
Juan Jose Chuquisengo, piano
Helene Grimaud, piano
Emmanuel Ax, piano

Includes Etude Fantasy (for piano), Fancy on a Bach Air (cello version),
Phantasmagoria (on Themes from “The Ghosts of Versailles”)
David Allen Wehr, piano
Ida Bieler, Nina Tichman
Includes : The Red Violin: Chaconne, Sonata for Violin and Piano, The Red Violin Caprices

Fern Hill
Susanne Mentzer, mezzo soprano
The University of Texas Chamber Singers and Chamber Orchestra; James Morrow, conductor
Mary Ann Hart, mezzo soprano
The Dessoff Choirs and Chamber Orchestra; Ken Tritle, conductor
Milago Vargas, mezzo soprano
Oregon Repertory Singers with harp, piano, and strings; Gilbert Seeley, conductor
The Kansas City Chorale and the Fern Hill Orchestra; Charles Bruffy, conductor

Includes L’ Invitation au Voyage

Gazebo Dances (for band)
The University of Florida Wind Ensemble; David A. Waybright, conductor
Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra; Clark Rundell, conductor
Ohio State Wind Symphony; Russel C. Mikkelson, conductor
National Youth Wind Ensemble of Great Britain; Phillip Scott, conductor
Texas Tech University Symphonic Wind Ensemble; John Cody Birdwell, conductor
North Texas Wind Symphony; Eugene Corporon, conductor
Louisville Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor

Includes Elegy, Tournaments Overture, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra

Gazebo Dances (for orchestra)
Louisville Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor

Includes Campane di Ravello, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Promenade Overture, Voyage for (string ensemble)
Louisville Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor

Gazebo Dances (for piano four-hands)
Elena Hammel & Laura Sanchez, pianos(Duo Hammel-Sanchez)
Tomoko & Yuki Mack, pianos
Arianna Goldina & Remy Loumbrozo, pianos

Includes Kaleidoscope for Two Pianos
Margret Elson & Elizabeth Swarthout, pianos (Elson-Swarthout Duo)
John & Richard Contiguglia, pianos

A Black November Turkey, L’ Invitation au Voyage, Kaleidoscope for Two Pianos, Sonata for Violin and Piano

How Like Pellucid States, Daddy
The New York Bassoon Quartet

Kaleidoscope for Two Pianos
Susan Grace & Alice Rybak, pianos (Quattro Mani Duo)

Includes Gazebo Dances for piano 4-hands
John & Richard Contiguglia, pianos

Includes A Black November Turkey, Gazebo Dances (for piano four-hands), L’ Invitation au Voyage,
Sonata for Violin and Piano

L’ Invitation au Voyage
Oregon Repertory Singers; Gilbert Seeley, conductor
William Ferris Chorale; William Ferris, conductor

Includes A Black November Turkey, Gazebo Dances (for piano four-hands), Kaleidoscope for Two Pianos,
Sonata for Violin and Piano
Kansas City Chorale; Charles Bruffy, conductor
Includes Fern Hill

Midsummer Fanfare
Grant Park Orchestra; Carlos Kalmar, conductor

Mr. Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan
Hila Plitmann, soprano
Buffalo Philharmonic; JoAnn Faletta, conductor

Includes Three Hallucinations (from "Altered States")

Music From The Edge
A recording of Corigliano’s never-heard film score to “The Edge of Darkness” entitled Music from the Edge with the London Metropolitan Orchestra under Leonard Slatkin.

Of Rage and Remembrance
Michelle DeYoung, mezzo soprano
Oratorio Society and Choral Arts Society of Washington & National Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin, conductor

Includes Symphony No. 1

Phantasmagoria (on Themes from "The Ghosts of Versailles" for cello and piano)
Yo-Yo Ma, cello; Emmanuel Ax, piano
ncludes Etude Fantasy (for piano), Fancy on a Bach Air (cello version), Fantasia on an Ostinato (for piano)
Norman Fischer, cello; Jeanne Keirman, piano

Phantasmagoria (Suite for Orchestra from "The Ghosts of Versailles")
Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra; Eri Klas, conductor
Includes Fantasia on an Ostinato (for orchestra), To Music, Three Hallucinations (from "Altered States")

Pied Piper Fantasy (Concerto for Flute and Orchestra)
Alexa Still, flute
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; James Sedaris, conductor
James Galway, flute
Eastman Philharmonia Philharmonia; David Effron, conductor

Includes Voyage (for flute and string orchestra)

Poem in October (Chamber Version)
Robert White, tenor
Maurice Peress conducting from the harpsichord
Includes Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra, Three Irish Folksong Settings

Promenade Overture
I Fiamminghi (the Orchestra of Flanders); Rudolf Werthen,conductor
Includes Campane di Ravello, Creations: Two Scenes from Genesis, Elegy, To Music, Voyage (for flute and string orchestra)
Louisville Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor
Includes Campane di Ravello, Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Gazebo Dances (for orchestra), Voyage (for string ensemble)

Psalm 8
Trinity Church Choir; James A. Simms, conductor

Revolution (motion picture)
Warner Bros. 11076 (1980)
Warner Home Video
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Snapshot: Circa 1909
Corigliano Quartet
Includes A Black November Turkey, String Quartet No. 1

Soliloquy (for clarinet and string quartet)
David Shifrin, clarinet
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Sonata for Violin and Piano
Joshua Bell, violin; Jeremy Denk, piano

Includes Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (“The Red Violin”)
John Corigliano, Sr., violin; Ralph Votapek, piano
Includes A Black November Turkey, Gazebo Dances (for piano four-hands), L’ Invitation au Voyage, Kaleidoscope for Two Pianos
Maria Bachmann, violin; Jon Klibonoff, piano
Phillippe Quint, violin; William Wolfram, piano
Includes The Red Violin Caprices
Elmar Oliveira, violin; Robert Koenig, piano
Glenn Dicterow, violin; Gerald Robbins, piano
Corey Cerovsek, violin; Andrew Russo, piano
Includes Chiaroscuro, Etude Fantasy (for piano), Fantasia on an Ostinato (for piano)
Yuki Tanaka, violin; Kyoko Sasaki, piano
Janice Martin, violin; Rachel Franklin, piano
Cynthia Mei, vioin; Aileen Chanco-Everett, piano (Chiaroscuro Duo)
Walter Verdehr, violin; Ralph Votapek, piano
Juliette Kang, piano; Melvin Cheng, piano
Tim Schwarz, violin; Dan Weiser, piano (The Upper Valley Duo)
Diane Walsh, violin; Curtis Macomber, piano
Fredell Lack, violin; Albert Hirsh, piano
Ardyth Lohuis; violin, Robert Murray, organ
Ida Bieler, Nina Tichman
Includes : The Red Violin: Chaconne, Fantasia on an Ostinato, The Red Violin Caprices
Ning Kam, violin; Albert Tiu, piano

String Quartet
Cleveland Quartet
Telarc CD80415 (1996)
Corigliano Quartet

includes Snapshot: Circa 1909 and A Black November Turkey

Suite from "The Red Violin"
Lara St. John, violin
Royal Philharmonic; Sarah Ioannides, conductor
Eleonora Turkovsky, violin
I Musici de Montreal; Yuli Turkovsky, conductor
Includes Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra

Symphony No. 1
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Barenboim, conductor
National Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin, conductor
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Barenboim, conductor
Tarantella from Symphony No. 1 (arr. for band)
The University of Texas Wind Ensemble; Jerry F. Junkin, conductor
Symphony No.1 (third recording of this work), conducted by David Alan Miller.

Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra
Helsinki Philharmonic; John Storgards, conductor
Includes The Mannheim Rocket
I Musici de Montreal; Yuli Turkovsky, conductor

Includes Suite from The Red Violin

The Cloisters
Henry Herford, baritone; Robin Bowman, piano
Fort Tryon Park (from "The Cloisters")

Lauren Wagner, soprano; Fred Weldy, piano
Song to the Witch (from "The Cloisters")

Robert White, tenor; Samuel Sanders, piano
Christmas at the Cloisters (for chorus and piano)

The Emily Lowe Singers

The Ghosts of Versailles
Teresa Stratas, Marilyn Horne, Graham Clark, Gino Quilico, Hakan Hagegard
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus; James Levine, conductor
Deutsche Grammophon 440 072 530-3 (2 Laser Discs) (1998)
Deutsche Grammophon 440 072 530-3 (2 VHS tapes) (1998)
Renée Fleming "Guilty Pleasures"

includes the final aria from The Ghosts of Versailles "Once There Was A Golden Bird"
The Ghosts of Versailles (complete opera) Los Angeles Opera WORLD PREMIERE RECORDING

The Mannheim Rocket
Helsinki Philharmonic; John Storgards, conductor
Includes Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra

The Naked Carmen
Melba Moore, William Walker, Robert White, Anita Darian, John Atkins, Mary Bruce & Her Starbuds; Detroit Symphony Orchestra/Paul Paray Orchestra/John Corigliano, conductor

The Red Violin (film score)
Joshua Bell, violin
Philharmonia Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor

The Red Violin (motion picture)

The Red Violin Caprices
Phillippe Quint, violin
Includes Sonata for Violin and Piano
Ida Bieler, Nina Tichman
Includes : The Red Violin: Chaconne, Fantasia on an Ostinato, Sonata for Violin and Piano
Caroline Goulding (violin) & Christopher Riley (piano)
Eliot Fisk, guitar
arr. by Eliot Fisk

The Red Violin: Chaconne for Violin and Orchestra
Cloë Hanslip, violin
Royal Philharmonic; Leonard Slatkin, conductor

The Red Violin: Chaconne for Violin and Piano
Maria Bachmann; violin, Jon Klibonoff, piano
Ida Bieler, Nina Tichman
Includes : Sonata for Violin and Piano, Fantasia on an Ostinato, The Red Violin Caprices

Three Cabaret Songs (voice(s) and piano)
Includes Dodecaphonia (1997), Marvelous Invention (Songbook for a New Century) (2001)

Three Hallucinations (from "Altered States")
Buffalo Philharmonic; JoAnn Faletta, conductor
Includes Mr. Tambourine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan,
Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra; Eri Klas, conductor
Includes Fantasia on an Ostinato (for orchestra), Phantasmagoria (Suite from
“The Ghosts of Versailles”), To Music

Three Irish Folksong Settings (for voice and flute)
Robert White, tenor; Ransom Wilson, flute
Includes Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra, Poem In October
Ruth Heley, soprano; Marnie Kraft, flute

To Music
I Fiamminghi (the Orchestra of Flanders); Rudolf Werthen,conductor
Includes Campane di Ravello, Creations: Two Scenes from Genesis, Elegy, Promenade Overture, Voyage (for flute and string orchestra)
Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra; Eri Klas, conductor
Includes Fantasia on an Ostinato (for orchestra), Phantasmagoria (Suite from “The Ghosts of Versailles”), Three Hallucinations (from "Altered States")

Tournaments
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin, conductor

Includes Piano Concerto, Fantasia On An Ostinato, Elegy
Louisville Orchestra; Sidney Harth, conductor

Includes Elegy, Concerto for piano and orchestra, Gazebo Dances (for orchestra)

Troubadours (Variations for Guitar and Chamber Orchestra)
Sharon Isbin, guitar
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra; Hugh Wolff, conductor

Vocalise
World Premiere Recording

Dame Evelyn Glennie and Hila Plitmann

VOCALISE for soprano, orchestra and electronics

Includes:

CONJURER for percussionist and strings (with optional brass)

Voyage (for flute and string ensemble)
James Galway, flute
Eastman Philharmonia Philharmonia; David Effron, conductor
James Galway, flute
Eastman Philharmonia Philharmonia; David Effron, conductor
Paul Edmond Davies, flute
I Fiamminghi (the Orchestra of Flanders); Rudolf Werthen,conductor
Includes Campane di Ravello, Creations: Two Scenes from Genesis, Elegy, Promenade Overture, To Music
Louisville Orchestra; Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor

Includes Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Gazebo Dances (for orchestra) Promenade Overture, Campane di Ravello

Voyage (For Flute and String quartet)
Don Bailey, flute; Arcata String Quartet

Voyage (string ensemble)
Metamorphosen Chamber Orchestra; Scott Yu, conductor

Winging It
This recording of piano music by the widely celebrated American composer John Corigliano (b. 1938) includes the world premiere recording of Winging It (2008), an improvisation-based piece written for the eminent American pianist Ursula Oppens, who also gave the work its concert premiere. Ms. Oppens has been a champion of contemporary composers and new music throughout her career.

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