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de Leon, Mario Diaz: Enter Houses Of (Tzadik)

NY composer Mario Diaz de Leon, who is influenced by Scelsi, Ligeti, Dumitrescu & Radulescu, focuses on acoustic & electronic hybrids that often fuse both elements into unified meta-instruments.
 

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UPC: 702397806523

Label: Tzadik
Catalog ID: TZA-CD-8065
Squidco Product Code: 11939

Format: CD
Condition: Closeout (New)
Released: 2009
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Mansion recorded June 26, 2009 by Ryan Streber at ICEHouse, Brooklyn; The Flesh Needs Fire recored November 10, 2008 by Mike Marciano at Systems Two, Brooklyn; II.23 recorded May 28, 2009 by Rich Lamb at Systems Two, Brooklyn; 2.20 recorded live April 24, 2005 by Jim Staley at Roulette, NYC; Gated Eclipse recorded February 1, 2008 by Mike Marciano at Systems Two, Brooklyn, HY.


Personnel:

Mario Diaz De Leon-electronics, compositions

Claire Chase-alto flute

Nathan Davis-alto flute

Joshua Rubin-clarinet

Wendy Richman-viola

Justine F. Chen-violin

Glenda Goodman-violin

Adam Friedberg-cello

Jacob Greenberg-piano

Michi Wiancko-violin

Dave Schotzko-percussion

Kivie Cahn-Lipman-cello

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track listing:


1. Mansion 11:22

2. The Flesh Needs Fire 8:40

3. Ii.23 5:46

4. 2.20 9:36

5. Gated Eclipse 13:05
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"Composer Mario Diaz de Leon is a talented young composer who has studied with Maryanne Amacher and George Lewis. His work focuses on acoustic/electronic hybrids that often fuse the two elements into unified meta-instruments. Often structured as walls and gestures of shimmering sound, his work is influenced by contemporary composers Scelsi, Ligeti, Dumitrescu and Radulescu as well as a wide range of electronic music, free improvisation, black/drone/doom metal and American noise bands like Metalux and Sejayno. Hypnotic and ritualistic, the music relates to altered consciousness and the movement between vision states."-Tzadik


 
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