Perpetual Motion (album)

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Perpetual Motion

Studio manuscript by Béla Fleck
Released
October 2, 2001
Recorded

Sanctuary Studios Nashville, TN also: Avatar Recording Studios, New York City
Air Studios, London

Peacock Gardens Studio, Nashville, TN
Genre
Classical
Length
57:44
Label
Sony Classical
Producer
Béla Fleck and Edgar Meyer
Béla Fleck chronology

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source
Rating
Allmusic
[1]

Perpetual Motion is an manuscript of exemplary song expelled in 2001. The manuscript is singular in that nothing of a pieces featured on it are played on a instruments for that they were written. Arrangers Béla Fleck and Edgar Meyer won a Grammy in 2002 for their arrangement of Claude Debussy’s “Doctor Gradus Ad Parnassum”. The manuscript also won a Grammy as Best Classical Crossover Album.

Fleck fabricated a organisation of musicians obvious on their possess instruments: violinist Joshua Bell, cellist Gary Hoffman, percussionist Evelyn Glennie, double-bassist Edgar Meyer, mandolin actor Chris Thile, and guitarists John Williams and Bryan Sutton. [2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs organised by Edgar Meyer and Béla Fleck with additional arranger specified:

  1. “Keyboard Sonata In C Major” (K 159, L 104) (Domenico Scarlatti) – 2:19
  2. “Two Part Invention No. 13 In A Minor” (BWV 784) (Johann Sebastian Bach) – 1:45
  3. “Doctor Gradus Ad Parnassum” from Children’s Corner Suite (L 113) (Claude Debussy) – 2:25
  4. Mazurka In F Sharp Minor, Op. 59 No. 3 (Frédéric Chopin) – 3:43
  5. “Prelude” from Partitia No. 3 for Solo Violin (BWV 1006) (Bach) – 3:47
  6. Etude In C Sharp Minor, Op. 10 No. 4 (Chopin) – 2:13
  7. Mazurka In F Sharp Minor, Op. 6 No. 1 (Chopin) – 2:24
  8. Three-Part Invention (Sinfonia) No. 10 (BWV 796) (Bach) – 1:01
  9. Melody In E-flat (Peter Tchaikovsky) – 3:15
  10. “Presto No. 1 In G Minor After Bach” from Five Studies for Piano (Johannes Brahms) – 1:49
  11. “Prelude” from Suite for Unaccompanied Cello No. 1 (BWV 1007) (Bach) – 2:17
  12. Three-Part Invention (Sinfonia) No. 15 (BWV 801) (Bach) – 1:14
  13. Moto Perpetuo Op. 11 No. 2 (Nicolò Paganini) – 3:40
  14. Keyboard Sonata In D Minor (K 213, L 108) (Scarlatti) – 4:51
  15. Two Part Invention No. 6 (BWV 777) (Bach) – 2:29
  16. “Adagio Sostenuto” from Piano Sonata No. 14 In C Sharp Minor, Op. 27 No. 2 “Moonlight” (Ludwig outpost Beethoven) – 5:07
  17. Two Part Invention No. 11 (BWV 782) (Bach) – 0:55
  18. Seven Variations In C On “God Save The King” (Beethoven) – 9:06
  19. Three-Part Invention (Sinfonia) No. 7 (BWV 793) (Bach) – 2:01
  20. Moto Perpetuo Op. 11 No. 2 (Bluegrass Version) (Paganini – arr:James Bryan Sutton) – 2:38

Personnel[edit]

  • Béla Fleck – Gibson 1937 TB-75 banjo, Gold Star banjo with thick tummy (1-20) strings (2)
  • Joshua Bell – Tom Taylor Stradivarius violin of 1732 (3,7,12,19)
  • Gary Hoffman – 1662 Nicolò Amati cello done in Cremona, Italy (3,6,16)
  • Evelyn Glennie – Malletech marimba (2,10,12,17)
  • Edgar Meyer – Customized 1769 Gabrielli double drum (8,15,16,19), piano(9,13)
  • Chris Thile – 2000 Lynn Dudenbostel F5 mandolin (1,8,14,)
  • James Bryan Sutton – 1996 Bourgeois D150 steel fibre guitar (20)
  • John Williams – 2000 Greg Smallman and Sons guitar (4,18)

Awards[edit]

Grammy Awards of 2002

  • WinnerBest Instrumental Arrangement – Béla Fleck and Edgar Meyer (arrangers) for Debussy: Doctor Gradus Ad Parnassum achieved by Béla Fleck with Joshua Bell and Gary Hoffman
  • WinnerBest Classical Crossover Album

References[edit]

Article source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perpetual_Motion_%28album%29

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