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First recordings of composer Katharnia Rosenberger's SHIFT and other dynamic and exciting works incorporating spatialization, by an electroacoustic orchestra including Rage Thrombones, captured in 2016 at the University of California, in San Diego, California.
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Catalog ID: Hat[now]ART199
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Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at the University of California, in San Diego, California, on January 14th and 15th, 2016, and March 6th, 2016, by Andrew Munsey.
Brian Walsh-clarinets, tenor saxophone
Mark Menzies-violin, viola
Nicholas Deyoe-e guitar, conductor
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1. Speed Sputter (Improvisation) For Two Trombones (2016) 1:36
2. SHIFT For Two Trombones And Ensemble (2014) 18:44
3. Flutter Gust (Improvisation) For Two Trombones (2016) 0:42
4. Gesang An Das Namelose Land For String Trio (2013) 19:49
5. RESHIFT 011516-3 For Two Trombones (2016) 2:10
6. Wafts & Drifts (Improvisation) For Two Trombones (2016) 1:14
7. Modules For Amplified Quartet And Effect Pedals (2015) 13:08
8. Postlude (Improvisation) For E-Guitar (2016) 1:50
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"There is much to admire in Katharina Rosenberger's music. She brings, always, a fresh or newly refreshed palette of instrumental sound. She creates structures that attract admiration for their improbable tensile strength - how does a piece like Modules here - hold together? But this is not what makes the music special. Rosenberger does not invite us to sit and admire, and then, like the old composer (who is a real person, even though he remains anonymous) leave the room unmoved. Instead, she invites us in. She involves the listener."-Brian Morton
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"Katharina Rosenberger is a Swiss composer and sound artist currently living in the United States. She received the Reid Hall and Camargo Foundation Fellowships for 2006/2007, the 2007 Pro Helvetia composition commission and the 2006 Mediaprojects Award from Projekt Sitemapping of the Swiss Federal Agency. She is particularly known for creating interdisciplinary works that involve elements from concert music, musical theater, sonic art, and sound installation.
Born in Zurich, Rosenberger studied at the Berklee College of Music prior to receiving a Master of Music from the Royal Academy of Music and a Doctor of Musical Arts in Composition from Columbia University. In 2008, Rosenberger was named Assistant Professor in Composition at the University of California, San Diego.
Rosenberger's work has been presented in cities around the world including London, Rome, Berlin, Prague and Marseilles. She was a featured artist at the Shanghai New Music Week 2009, the Shanghai International Electro-Acoustic Music Festival, and the October Contemporary in Hong Kong, the Weimarer Frühlingstage, Germany, the Festival Archipel, Switzerland, the NYC Fringe Festival, and the Spark Festival in Minnesota, USA. Previously, she participated in the Festival für Neue Musik, Bamberg, Zürcher Theater Spektakel, Festival La Bâtie - Festival de Genève, Schweizer Tonkünstlerfest Switzerland, Festival Les Musiques, Marseille, Zoo Bizarre Bordeaux, Centre Acanthes at the Avignon Festival, France, Bath International Music Festival, UK, New Media Art Festival, Yerevan, Armenia, International Festival of Modern Arts, Odessa, Ukraine and the Festival "atélier trideni plus", Prague, Czech Republic."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katharina_Rosenberger)
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"Weston Olencki is a New York City based trombonist/composer specializing in the performance and production of experimental music & art. Weston is a member of Ensemble Pamplemousse and the Wet Ink Large Ensemble, one half of RAGE THORMBONES and People Making Sounds, and has performed with Ensemble Dal Niente, wasteLAnd, wildUP!, Fonema Consort, the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, Talea Ensemble, sfSound, Wild Rumpus, Eco Ensemble, Chicago Symphony Orchestra's MusicNOW, and a.pe.ri.od.ic - under conductors Alan Pierson, Enno Poppe, Steven Schick, Marino Formenti, and Michael Lewanski. He was awarded the Kranichsteiner Musikpreis for Performance  and a Stipendiumpreis  from the Darmstadt Ferienkurse.
His compositional work has been performed/commissioned by the Talea Ensemble/Earle Brown Music Foundation, Pamplemousse, Bass2Bass [Michelle Lou + Scott Worthington], People Making Sounds, trombonist Matt Barbier, clarinetist Erin Cameron, and saxophonist David Wegehaupt.
An active proponent of new repertoire, Weston has pursued individual collaborative work with composers Eric Wubbels, Katherine Young, Mauricio Pauly, Dave Reminick, Michelle Lou, Ray Evanoff, and Timothy McCormack, alongside US/world premieres of pieces by Peter Ablinger, Bernhard Lang, Elliott Carter, Michael Gordon, James Saunders, Dai Fujikura, Katharina Rosenberger, Erik Ulman, and Chris Mercer. Festival/series appearances include Alatszto Hang [Budapest], Weisslich [London], Constellation's Frequency Series [Chicago], FOCIarts [New Orleans], Permutations [NYC/SF], sfSoundSalonSeries [SF], NUNC [Chicago], Indexical [Santa Cruz], Switchboard Presents [SF], OPTION [Chicago], and Omaha Under the Radar.
Weston has held residencies at the University of California Santa Cruz, Harvard University [HGNM], NYU, and Stanford University, with upcoming residencies at Northwestern and CalArts. He has recorded for HatHut, Sound American, Indexical, and Clean Feed with forthcoming releases on Carrier."-Weston Olencki Website (http://www.westonolencki.com/about/)
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