Randall Woolf: Where the Wild Things Are
Liner Notes   Cat. No. NWCR844     Release Date: 2007-01-01
Patti Monson, flute, piccolo; Michael Lowenstein, clarinet, bass clarinet; Wayne Du Maine, trumpet; Julie Josephson, trombone; Todd Reynolds, electric 5-string violin; Elizabeth Knowles, violin; Ann Klein, electric guitar; Kathleen Supové, Kurzweil PC88, sampler; Danny Tunick, marimba; Mat Fieldes, contrabass, electric bass. WaWa Trumpet solo in Battle with the Vacuum Cleaner. Frank London; Slide Guitar solo: Randall Woolf Overture WildThing sample: voice of Julian Allen; Voice-overs and Talking Guitar: Meg Busch; The Chorus of WildThings: Kitty Brazelton, Dafna Naphtali, Christina Wheeler

Randall Woolf is a New York City-based composer known for his lively music in a variety of genres.He has been commissioned for numerous works for standard forces including orchestra, chamber and soloists as well as digital audio, and also is active in writing and arranging for film, art rock and performance art with such artists as John Cale, Kronos Quartet and twisted tutu. His premiere full-length disc, a collection of chamber works entitled Rock Steady, was released in CRIs Emergency Music series in 1998 and described byThe Wire as "brilliant, jazzy, sharply etched and confident." Originally presented on the stage by American Repertory Ballet and Ballet South of Savannah by special agreement with The Night Kitchen


This title, originally issued on the CRI label, is now available for order from New World Records as an on-demand CD (CD-R). It can also be downloaded in MP3/320, FLAC and/or WAV format(s).

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Randall Woolf: Where the Wild Things Are

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Track Listing

Where The Wild Things Are: Overture - March of the Wild Things
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Where The Wild Things Are: Max Misbehaves and is sent to his room with out his supper.
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Where The Wild Things Are: Max creates a jungle out of his room and his rag dolls come alive.
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Where The Wild Things Are: He sets out on his boat.
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Where The Wild Things Are: He lands on a mysterious island, suddenly the wild things appear.
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Where The Wild Things Are: Max declares a wild rumpus; The wild things fall sleep.
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Where The Wild Things Are: Max gets homesick and departs.
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Where The Wild Things Are: And his dinner was still hot.
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