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Nancy Galbraith (b. 1951) has been composing music since the late 1970's, creating instrumental and vocal sound praised for its rich harmonic texture, rhythmic vitality, emotional and spiritual depth, and wide range of expression. With major contributions to the repertoires of symphony orchestras, concert choirs, wind ensembles, chamber ensembles, electroacoustic ensembles, and soloists, Galbraith plays a leading role in defining the sound of contemporary classical music. Nancy Galbraith resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where she is Professor of Composition at Carnegie Mellon University. She is published by Subito Music.
 
New ReleaseSTRANGE TRAVELSCentaur Records
Featuring Carnegie Mellon School of Music Musicians
Effervescent Air • Euphonic Blues
Three Preludes for Piano • Strange Travels

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Vibrant textures, bouncy rhythms and optimistic strains compellingly emerge here in works performed by the rock trio Cello Fury and flutist Stephen Schultz. —Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
I enjoy everything on the CD immensely. All the music is performed impeccably, and the quality of the recording gives great immediacy to the irresistible timbral combinations. —Fanfare Magazine
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3 Piano Preludes

 

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