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Internationally renowned and award-winning composer Salvador Brotons brings classical music into the here and now, depicting our contemporary world in his Fifth Symphony. Its first three movements are musical representations of the more negative aspects of the human condition, before the slow, final section offers a positive resolution. The Oboe Concerto brings out both lyrical expressiveness and virtuoso thrills from the soloist, and the Four Pieces for String Orchestra was the prize-winning work which brought acclaim and recognition to Brotons at the age of seventeen.
Salvador Brotons: Symphony No. 5, Op. 117, "Mundus Noster"
I. Power. Poverty. Ambition
II. Meditation 1: Hypocrisy
III. Meditation 2: Violence and the growth of egos
IV. Depressive lament. Hope. Elevation and excelling
Salvador Brotons: Oboe Concerto, Op. 115
Salvador Brotons: 4 Pieces, Op. 14 (revised version, 2010)