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Tabuenca, Luis: Volaverunt (Aural Terrains)

Combining composition & improvisation, percussionist Luis Tabuenca based each of these 9 pieces on a print from Goya's critical series "Los Caprichos", orchestrating with saxophone, cello, clarinets, piano, & voice, allowing freedom around determined structure.
 

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Luis Tabuenca-percussion

Zulaima Boheto-cello, voice

Alberto de la Fuente-piano

Eva Lootz-voice, text

Pablo Pardo-saxophones

David Romero-clarinets


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Label: Aural Terrains
Catalog ID: TRRN0826
Squidco Product Code: 19426

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2014
Country: Greece/UK
Packaging: Digipack
recorded at Burgos Conservatory Of Music, in Burgos, Spain, on June 25th, and December 4th, 2013, by Sergi Gras and Ignacio Monterrubio.

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"Percussionist/improviser Luis Tabuenca was born in Zaragoza, Spain. For the past years he has focused on contemporary percussion music both as a performer and a teacher. Tabuenca is also an emerging artist in the improvising scene. He has been recently named head of the Percussion Department at the Burgos Conservatory. He studied in Europe and USA with Steven Schick, Miquel Bernat, and George Elie Octors. He is former member of the Red Fish Blue Fish Ensemble (USA), the Jeunesses Musicales International Orchestra, and the Ensemble Reserche Academy (Germany), among others. He has toured in Europe, Asia, North and South America, and he has played in several music festivals either as a solo player or together with other artists. Tabuenca has recorded for Aural Terrains , Mode Records, RTVE, RAI and Verso. He has been honored in percussion competitions and awarded by the Government of Aragon, the Ministry of Culture of Spain, and the Fulbright Commission. Luis Tabuenca is founder and Artistic Director of the experimental music festival Audio Tangente FAT in Burgos, Spain."-Aural Terrains



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Track Listing:



1. Ya Es Hora 3:37

2. Tantalo 5:00

3. Chiton 3:57

4. Ensayos 0:46

5. Correcion 5:06

6. Soplones 2:30

7. Autorretrato 7:16

8. Volaverunt 5:03

9. Unos A Otros 5:20

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Improvised Music
Free Improvisation
European Improvisation and Experimental Forms
Unusual Vocal Forms
Sextet Recordings

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