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Olağanüstü (ō län ōōs tōō) is an unusual name for a CD. However, in an age where music can be shared not just with local but global audiences through social media, this one-word comment was posted on an AYHE performance video of the piece "Pavane" on the social media site YouTube. Upon some research, we discovered the word was Turkish for ‘extraordinary,’ ‘marvelous,’ ‘incredible,’ ‘magnificent,’ ‘splendid,’ ‘rare’ and ‘sublime.’ What a perfect word to describe the American Youth Harp Ensemble! This special word demonstrates the Ensemble's global appeal and how music is a universally shared experience. Thus the name for this CD was born. Enjoy!
This spectacular CD includes classical, modern, pop, and Spanish music, as well as West Side Story, an arrangement commissioned by the AYHE.
‘Sinfonia’ from Cantata No. 29, BWV 29, J. S. Bach
Pavane, Anon XVI Century
Invention No. 8, BWV 779, J. S. Bach
The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Second Overture in Solomon, HWV 67 , G. F. Handel
‘Great Gate of Kiev’ from Pictures at an Exhibition, M. Mussorgsky
‘Aquarium’ from Carnival of the Animals, C. Saint-Saens
'Jupiter' from The Planets, G. Holst
La Cathedral Engloutie from Preludes Book 1, C. Debussy
Chanson dans la Nuit, C. Salzedo
Prelude No. 2, G. Gershwin
West Side Story, L. Bernstein
‘Malagueña’ from Andalucia Suite, E. Lecuona
‘Rhumba’ from Suite of Eight Dances, C. Salzedo
The Pink Panther, H. Mancini
No One Can Stop Me Now, M. Stadler