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Pateras, Anthony

Collected Works Vol. II (2005-2018)

Pateras, Anthony: Collected Works Vol. II (2005-2018) (Immediata)

The second volume in composer and audio explorer Anthony Pateras' "Collected Works" series, a sturdy 5 CD box set assembling 26 collaborations and solo works that bridge experimental and contemporary compositional work investigating electro-acoustic orchestration, temporal hallucination and sound phenomena, a remarkably diverse and fascinating collection.
 

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Presented in a silver box with black hotstamping, 24 page booklet, 5 CDs, and a ribbon.

UPC: 935195011136

Label: Immediata
Catalog ID: IMM015
Squidco Product Code: 27192

Format: 5 CDs
Condition: New
Released: 2019
Country: Australia
Packaging: 5 CD Box Set
CD 1 recorded at Schlosskapelle Solitude, in Stuttgart, Germany, in May, 2018.

CD 2 recorded live at Kulturkirken Jakob, in Oslo, Norway, in November, 2017, by Hakon Holmas.

CD 3 recorded at Queensland Conservatorium, in Brisbane, Australia, in October, 2016.

CD 4 recorded at Instants Chavires and La Muse en Circuit, in Paris, France, in May, 2015, by Anthony Pateras.

CD 5 recorded at the Melbourne Town Hall, in Melbourne, Australia, in May, 2010, by Jon O'Donnell.


Personnel:

Anthony Pateras-composer, prepared piano, synthesizer, electronics

Jonathan Heilbron-contrabass

Gro Austgulen-violin

Stale Birkeland-drums

Johan Egdetveit-accordion

Petter Frost Fadnes-alto saxophone

John Lilja-contrabass

Olav Stener Olsen-cello

Dag Magnus Narvesen-drums

Dag Egil Njaa-computer, diffusion

Gunhild Seim-trumpet

Early Warning System-ensemble

Rebecca Lloyd Jones-crotales, vibraphone

Nozomi Omote-crotales, vibraphone

Vanessa Tomlinson-crotales, vibraphone

Australian Art Orchestra-orchestra

Eugene Ball-trumpet

Paul Cutlan-clarinet

Elliott Dalgleish-sopranino saxophone

Lachlan Davidson-bass clarinet

Dan Gordon-tuba

James Greening-trombone

Tony Hicks-piccolo

Stephen Magnusson-electric guitar

Adrian Sherriff-bass trombone

Phil Slater-trumpet

Scott Tinkler-solo trumpet

Vanessa Tomlinson-solo percussion

Tim Wilson-tenor saxophone

Erkki Veltheim-solo violin

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Artist Biographies:

"Anthony Pateras is a composer and pianist. His works have been performed by The BBC Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Toronto Symphony, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Brett Dean, Jessica Aszodi as well as a large body of work for percussion by Synergy, Speak Percussion, Slagwerkgroep Den Haag, Vanessa Tomlinson, Diego Espinosa and the percussionists of the Basel Symphony.

Pateras is the producer/songwriter for tetema, a quartet with vocalist Mike Patton and frequent collaborators Will Guthrie (drums) and Erkki Veltheim (violin). Anthony has also performed concerts with Stephen O'Malley, Han Bennink, Paul Lovens, The Necks, eRikM, Valerio Tricoli, Anthony Burr, and has a working trio with Veltheim and trumpet virtuoso Scott Tinkler entitled North of North.

He has been commissioned by Radio France, SWR2 Baden-Baden, Melbourne Symphony, Kitchen Orchestra Stavanger, Muzzix Lille, Richard Tognetti, Lampo Chicago, Jérôme Noetinger, the National Gallery of Lithuania and Ensemble Hiatus through the French Ministry of Culture.

Pateras was the composer-in-residence at the Australian National Academy of Music in 2010, was nominated twice for the UNESCO Rostrum of Composers (2004, 2011) and is a recipient of the 2014 Myer Creative Fellowship.

Anthony has released over 30 albums on Tzadik, Editions Mego, Ipecac and on his own Immediata label. He holds a PhD in composition from Monash University, which explores intersections between composition, improvisation and electro-acoustic music."

-Anthony Pateras Website (http://anthonypateras.com/blog/?page_id=12)
12/4/2019

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"Jonathan Heilbron is a Melbourne-based musician working within the areas of contemporary classical, orchestral and improvised music. Jon was a Melbourne Symphony Orchestra String Fellow in 2012, and attended the Australian National Academy of Music with full bursary. He has performed with the Melbourne, Tasmanian and Queensland Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Mahler Chamber Orchestra on a German Tour in 2013."

-Australian Youth Orhcestra Website (http://www.ayo.com.au/content/jonathan-heilbron/gjroji)
12/4/2019

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"I discovered free improvised music at the age of 16. As a drummer who was quite fed up with just filling the "time-keeping-role", the first encounter with musicians as Albert Ayler, Ornette Coleman and Peter Brötzmann altered my musical course quite considerably. The intense musical energy and the immense presence of the musicians simply blew my young brain away.

Since then, I have been fortunate enough to be able to expand my musical perception through playing with truly great musicians (to whom I can never be thankful enough), listening to a tiny bit of the music available in this world (some of it introduced to me by friends to whom I also owe thanks) and through composing music on my own, some of which you can find under SOUNDS in the menu to the left."

-Dag Magnus Narvesen Website (http://dagmagnus.com/about.html)
12/4/2019

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"Australian trumpeter Scott Tinkler has been performing professionally since 1983 and is well known for his many brilliant incarnations as an ensemble player, recording and touring with such groups as the Australian Art Orchestra, Mark Simmonds Freeboppers, The Paul Grabowsky Quintet and The Dale Barlow Quintet as well as with international artists such as Mark Helias, Joe Lovano, Betty Carter, Branford Marsalis, Han Bennink, Billy Harper, Arthur Blythe, Cindy Blackman, Guru Kaaraikkudi Mani etc.

It was, however, his debut as a bandleader in 1993 that really brought him to the attention of both the media and the public. His Melbourne based Scott Tinkler Quartet with Grabowsky, Rex and Lambie received rave reviews for live performances and the quartet's two CD's The Back Of My Head and Hop To The Cow both received ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Awards) nominations.

With a move to Sydney Scott's next project, The Scott Tinkler Trio, with Simon Barker and Adam Armstrong, continued the tradition of excellence with inspired recordings and performances of Tinkler's strong original music. The trios much awaited ARIA nominated CD Dance Of Delulian was released in October 1996 and established Scott as a powerful stylist and composer; not only Australia's leading trumpet player but a major force in contemporary music.

In 1997 Scott received an Australia Council grant to tour Europe and America. This venture culminated in the recording of the CD Sofa King at New York's Knitting Factory. On completion of this tour Tinkler spent the next 18 months in Europe performing, recording and teaching before returning to Australia where his Trio's third CD Shrike Like was released in 1999.

In April 2003 Scott joined his long time associate Paul Grabowsky on a trip to New York to record an album of Pauls original music with Branford Marsalis, Joe Lovano, Ed Schuller and Jeff "Tain" Watts. Tales Of Time and Space has now been released on the Warner label to stunning reviews, many highlighting Scott's stellar contribution to Paul's music.

With his recent move back to Melbourne, Scott is spending much of his time composing and performing with his Trio as well as providing a unique presence in various Australian new music ensembles including Elision, Hydromus Krysogast and the Australian Art Orchestra.

Scott is now lecturing at the Victorian College of the Arts and Monash University and has given master classes at the Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane Conservatoriums, Southern Cross University and the Hong Kong Polytechnique University. Scott was also a guest in New York at the "New School of Jazz" and when in Europe gives master classes at the Den Haag Royal and Rotterdam Conservatoriums in the Netherlands.

Scott has received grants and invitations to perform through out the world in many diverse and rewarding situations in countries such as England, China, The Netherlands, America, Vietnam, France, India, Germany, New Caledonia, Norway and Tanzania."

- Website (http://scott-tinkler-dvck.squarespace.com/scott-tinkler-bio/)
12/4/2019

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"Erkki Veltheim (b. 1976 Finland) is an Australian composer, improviser, performer and interdisciplinary artist.

Erkki has been commissioned by the Adelaide Festival, Vivid Festival, Australian Art Orchestra and Soundstream Collective, and his pieces have been performed by groups such as the London Sinfonietta, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Recent projects include Gawanjalkmi (Song for the fallen) for voices and large ensemble (2015), in collaboration with Gurrumul and Jonno Yunupingu, commissioned by Skinnyfish and Gone West, Belgium; audiovisual performance work Another Other (2014/2016), with co-creators Anthony Pateras, Natasha Anderson and Sabina Maselli, commissioned by Chamber Made Opera; and audiovisual installation Fusion of Tongues (2015), commissioned by Punctum and La Maison Folie, Belgium, for 'Mons 2015 - European Capital of Culture' program.

Erkki has performed with the Australian Art Orchestra, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Elision and Ensemble Modern, and has featured as a soloist with the London Sinfonietta, Australian Opera and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. He has long-standing collaborations with indigenous musician Gurrumul, improvising trumpet virtuoso Scott Tinkler, and composer-pianist Anthony Pateras.

Erkki is a recipient of a 2013 Myer Creative Fellowship, and in 2014 was appointed Artistic Associate of Chamber Made Opera. He holds a Master of Arts, for which he researched connections between music and ritual."

-Erkki Veltheim Website (http://erkkiveltheim.com/)
12/4/2019

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track listing:


CD1



1. A Happy Sacrifice (2018) for contrabass and electronics 10:17

2. Sphinxs Riddle [for MKH] (2017) for piano and electronics 09:54

3. Burning Is The Thing (2018) for piccolo and electronics 10:16

4. Thinning (2018) for clarinet and electronics 10:12

5. Down To Dust (2018) for cello and electronics 11:06

CD2



1. As Long As Breath Or Bow (2013) for 9 musicians 25:08

2. Decay of Logic [for RD] (2017) for 10 musicians 50:20

CD3



1. All Of Your Nightmares At Once (2012) for vibraphone and crotale trio - i 05:34

2. All Of Your Nightmares At Once (2012) for vibraphone and crotale trio - ii 02:10

3. All Of Your Nightmares At Once (2012) for vibraphone and crotale trio - iii 02:18

4. All Of Your Nightmares At Once (2012) for vibraphone andcrotale trio - iv 02:41

5. All Of Your Nightmares At Once (2012) for vibraphone and crotale trio - v 01:38

6. Infinite Variations On Collapsed Time (2016) for 12-string guitar, vibraphone and prepared piano 25:55

7. Three Mirrors (2014) for saxophone trio and electronics 25:01

CD4



1. A Reality In Which Everything Is Substitution (2012) for flute and electronics 09:11

2. Rules Of Extraction (2015) for violin and electronics 14:41

3. The Sound Sings The Speed (2015) for prepared pianos and electronics 08:59

4. TamTam + (2016) for tam tam and electronics 14:23

5. Prayer For Nil (2014) for soprano voice and electronics 13:48

CD5



1. Ontetradecagon (2010) for 14 musicians 20:08

2. Artifacts of Translation (2015) for 27 musicians 25:05

3. Fragments Splinters and Shards (2005) for Twitch - i 05:37

4. Fragments Splinters and Shards (2005) for Twitch - ii 06:39

5. Fragments Splinters and Shards (2005) for Twitch - iii 04:21

6. Fragments Splinters and Shards (2005) for Twitch - iv 05:15

7. Fragments Splinters and Shards (2005) for Twitch - v 03:00
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descriptions, reviews, &c.

"A 5-disc overview of exploratory works written between 2005 and 2018, including long-form ensemble pieces, idiosyncratic trio combinations and a collection of 10 solos investigating various potential interactions between instrument and tape.

Anthony Pateras is an Australian composer, pianist and electronic musician whose current work focuses on electro-acoustic orchestration, temporal hallucination and sound phenomena.

Pateras has created over 75 works, receiving performances from the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Australian Chamber Orchestra and BBC Symphony, commissions from INA-GRM, Slagwerk Den Haag and Südwestrundfunk Baden-Baden, residencies from ZKM, Akademie Schloss Solitude and La Becque, and fellowships from Creative Victoria, and the Ian Potter and Sydney Myer Foundations.

He has released over 40 albums including collaborations with Mike Patton, Chris Abrahams and Valerio Tricoli, guested on records by Oren Ambarchi, Sunn O))) and Fennesz, as well as working in film with director Pia Borg, producer François Tetaz and literary critic Sylvère Lotringer. Aside from solo concerts, Pateras currently performs with eRikm, Jérôme Noetinger and North of North.

Operating independently, he initiated the Immediata series in 2012 as a music and text project to create a dialogue around contemporary music making in the early 21st century.

This is the 15th and last release in the Immediata series, containing close to five and a half hours of music, beautifully presented in a silver box with black hotstamping, 24 page booklet and a ribbon."-Immediata


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