Dutch flautist and electronic artist Jos Zwaanenburg in a release that updates and reinvents the technology for works written by British composers for Zwaanenburg over the last 20 years.
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Catalog ID: FMR 316
Squidco Product Code: 15444
Country: Great Britain
Recorded at the University of Hull's Filey Road Studios by Joseph Anderson and Tim Howle January 3rd-8th, 2009.
Jos Zwaanenburg-c-flute, open hole alto flute, electronics
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1. Jonty Harrison __ Concertino 3:48
2. Alistair MacDonald __ Scuttle 13:20
3. Stephen Montague __ Vlug 6:19
4. Roger Marsh __ Hoichi 9:49
5. Tim Howle __ Calling Tunes 9:29
6. Mike Vaughan __ Time...(enough) 14:37
7. Paul Dibley __ Back to Fore 4:56
8. Michael Young __ Chatterbox 8:58
9. Tim Howle __ Novelists make things up 7:35
sample the album:
"Dutch flautist Jos Zwaanenburg has been commuting between Holland and Britain since the very beginning of his career as a professional flautist. Over the years he has drawn attention to his use of electronics as an extension to the traditional instrument. He was as fortunate as to work with quite a number of British based composers that share his interest in electronically processed flute sounds.
This CD is a documentation of works that were written for Zwaanenburg during a 20 year time span. They are presented here in chronological order. The short descriptions of each piece firstly outline the software and hardware used to premiere the pieces and secondly the description is of the latterday technology used during these recordings, thus demonstration the enduring nature of works that transcend technological change."-from the liner notes