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Colonial Liberty Overture (COMP)

May 21, 2016 0 Comments

A perfect opener for a patriotic concert that uses original melodies by Lucas Richman to create the atmosphere of colonial America and its struggle to become an independent country. Orchestration: 3222-4331-timp+2, hp, str Length: 6:00

In Truth – The genesis of a CD

September 1, 2015 Biographical, Compositions, Media 0 Comments

The journey from the concert hall to a commercial recording is not one which many new musical works are granted the opportunity to take. In the case of my own Concerto for Piano and Orchestra: In Truth, that journey began with a simple question posed by two devoted patrons of the arts: “What will it […]

First Review of ‘In Truth’

August 28, 2015 Compositions, Uncategorized

Blogcritics.com posted the first review of Lucas’ newest CD ‘In Truth,’ describing the music as “passionate” and “exciting.” The live recording of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by Lucas Richman gives “a thrilling spaciousness to the sound.” This album features three original compositions by Lucas: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra: In Truth (Jeffrey Biegel, piano), Concerto for Oboe and […]