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Kamran Ince writes music of thrilling intensity. His Piano Concerto is a “sonic dream” of a work, constructed on the principle of block-like contrasts that embody startling and glittering sound worlds, and Infrared Only is no less stupendous in its impact. The 1994 Symphony No. 2 is the first of his works to include Turkish elements and these invest the music with a rich panoply of timbres. Folk elements deepen in the Concerto for Orchestra, where Ince employs instruments full of potency and power such as the zurna and ney. The result is music of intoxication and intimacy, violence and tenderness.
Kamran Ince: Concerto for Orchestra, Turkish Instruments and Voices
Kamran Ince: Symphony No. 2, "Fall of Constantinople"
I. City and the Walls
II. Hagia Sophia
III. Speeches of Emperor Constantine and Sultan Mehmet