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Barrett, Richard: Negatives (NMC Records)

Richard Barrett's work encompasses composition and improvisation, from chamber music to live electronics, here with Friedrich Gauwerky, Brett Kelly, and Elision.
 

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UPC: 675754014445

Label: NMC Records
Catalog ID: NMC 143CD
Squidco Product Code: 11398

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2009
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Jewel Tray

Personnel:

Richard Barrett

Friedrich Gauwerky-cello

Brett Kelly-trombone

Peter Neville-percussion



ELISION:



Paula Rae-Flute

Genevieve Lacey-Recorder

Anthony Burr-Clarinet

Richard Haynes-Clarinet

Carl Rosman-Clarinet

Timothy O'dwyer-Saxophone

Tristram Williams-Trumpet

Benjamin Marks-Trombone

Daryl Buckley-Guitar

Geoffrey Morris-Guitar

Satsuki Odamura-Koto

Marshall Mcguire-Harp

Susan Pierotti-Violin

Graeme Jennings-Violin

Erkki Veltheim-Viola

Yan Jiemin-Er-Hu

Rosanne Hunt-Violoncello

Joan Wright-Contrabass

Deborah Kayser-Soprano

Peter Neville-Percussion

Richard Barrett-Live Electronics

Michael Hewes-Sound Design

Daryl Buckley- Artistic Director

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track listing:


1. Friedrich Gauwerky, cello. ne songe plus a fuir. 11:13

2. Brett Kelly, trombone / Peter Neville, percussion. EARTH. 12:05

3. ELISION. another heavenly day. 7:39

4. ELISION. Negatives: I delta. 6:12

5. ELISION. Negatives: II colloid-E. 7:57

6. ELISION. Negatives: III archipelago. 5:15

7. ELISION. Negatives: IV basalt-E. 8:00

8. ELISION. Negatives: V entstellt. 7:11

9. ELISION. codex I. 13:09
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Featured works: "Ne Songe Plus ? Fuir For Cello," "Earth For Trombone And Percussion," "Another Heavenly Day For E Flat Clarinet, Electric Guitar And Double Bass," "Negatives For 6 Players," and "Codeax I For 6 Players." "Barrett's work encompasses both composition and improvisation, ranging from chamber music to innovative uses of live electronics and collaborations with visual artists. Much of his work arises from close long-term collaborations, such as his association with Elision (since 1990) and the electronic duo Furt with Paul Obermayer (since 1986). His music is inspired by various art forms, especially the works of Samuel Beckett, the surrealist painter Roberto Matta and poet Paul Celan. His music has a complexity similar to that of composers like Michael Finnissy and Brian Ferneyhough. Richard Barrett was born in 1959 in Swansea (Wales), and currently lives in Amsterdam."

Artist Biographies:

"Genevieve Lacey is a recorder virtuoso, serial collaborator and artistic director, with a significant recording catalogue and a career as an international soloist.

She's commissioned and premiered works by composers as diverse as Erkki-Sven Tuur (Estonia), Elena Kats-Chernin (Australia), John Surman (UK), Peter Sculthorpe (Australia), Christian Fennesz (Austria), Ben Frost (Iceland), Paul Grabowsky (Australia) and Nico Muhly (USA). Genevieve also creates large-scale collaborative projects, recent examples including Pleasure Garden (an interactive sound sculpture), 1-Infinity (a music-dance piece with Chinese company Jun Tian Fang and Australian choreographer-director Gideon Obarzanek, 2016-), Life in Music (a 5-part series, written, composed and narrated by Genevieve for ABC Radio National, 2015), Namatjira (a theatre piece, and now a feature documentary film, 2010-17).

Her wide-ranging musical interests have seen her playing for the Queen in Westminster Abbey, representing Australian culture with a performance at the Lindau International Convention of Nobel Laureates, playing as a concerto soloist in the Proms, making music in a prison in remote Western Australia, and at the opening night of the London Jazz Festival. Her repertoire spans ten centuries and collaborators include filmmakers Sophie Raymond and Marc Silver, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Danish pipe and tabor player Poul Høxbro, playwright-director Scott Rankin, and iconic Australian singer-songwriter Paul Kelly. Genevieve has also performed as soloist with Academy of Ancient Music, English Concert, Concerto Copenhagen, Tapiola and Kymi Sinfonietta, St Petersburg Chamber Orchestra, Korean Symphony Orchestra, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and all the major Australian Symphony Orchestras.

Genevieve has won two ARIAs (Australian Recording Industry Awards), a Helpmann Award, Australia Council, Freedman and Churchill Fellowships and Outstanding Musician, Melbourne Prize for Music. She holds degrees (including a doctorate) in music and English literature from universities in Melbourne, Switzerland and Denmark.

Genevieve is inaugural Artistic Director of FutureMakers, Musica Viva Australia's artist leadership program, Chair of the Australian Music Centre board, guest curator and artistic advisor to UKARIA."

-Genevieve Lacey Website (https://genevievelacey.com/about/)
12/8/2017

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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/)
12/8/2017

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