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Simone Dinnerstein

Richard Danielpour - An American Mosaic

Supertrain Records

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1 I. Prologue (First Consolation)  
2 II. Caretakers and Research Physicians  
3 III. Parents and Children  
4 IV. Rabbis and Ministers  
5 V. Interlude (Second Consolation)  
6 VI. Journalists, Poets, and Writers  
7 VII. The Visible Enemy  
8 VIII. An Elegy for Our Time  
9 IX. The Invisible Enemy  
10 X. Interlude (Third Consolation)  
11 Documentary Filmmakers and Photographers  
12 Doctors and Interns  
13 Teachers and Students  
14 XIV. Prophets and Martyrs  
15 XV. Epilogue (Fourth Consolation)  
16 Three Bach Transcriptions - Chorale / 1  
17 2 / Aria.mp3  
18 3 / Epilogue.mp3  
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On March 26, 2021, approximately one year after the first COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns in the U.S., pianist Simone Dinnerstein's recording of An American Mosaic by composer Richard Danielpour will be released on Supertrain Records. An American Mosaic is a set of fifteen miniatures, each commemorating a segment of the American population that has been affected by the pandemic – doctors, parents, children, front line workers, caretakers, and those who have lost their lives to the virus. The album also includes transcriptions by Danielpour for Dinnerstein of J.S. Bach's "Agnus Dei" from the Mass in B minor, as well as "Wenn Ich einmal soll scheiden" and "Epilogue Chorus: Wir setzen, uns mit Tränen nieder," from the St. Matthew Passion.

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