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Denyer, Frank: The Fish That Became The Sun (Songs Of The Dispossessed)

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 28335
Catalog Code: at149
Country: UK
 
Price: $15.95



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A uniquely epic work in 14 parts by composer Frank Denyer, with a large ensemble of 40 musicians, many playing specially built instruments made from discarded materials, with other instrumentation including sitar, mandolin and hammered dulcimer, 4 male vocalists, 4 female vocalists, 4 players of adapted organ pipes, crumhorns, bowed wine glasses, 3 double basses, a contrabassoon, &c. &c.


Denyer, Frank: The Boundaries of Intimacy

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 28334
Catalog Code: at148
Country: UK
 
Price: $15.95



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A set of varied compositions from Frank Denyer, most of them of a delicate acoustic intimacy, with works for female singers & flute, two works for koto, a string quartet, one for flute and electronics and the two-part "Frog" for a bowed stringed instrument of Denyer design, the "sneh"; uncategorizable music of sublime imagination and unusual approaches.


Denyer, Frank : Whispers

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 20552
Catalog Code: at82
Country: UK
 
Price: $14.95



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Five idiosyncratic compositions by English composer Frank Denyer with performers including The Barton Workshop, Elisabeth Smalt, Juliet Fraser, Kiku Day and Frank Denyer himself, using shakuhachi, voice, muted strings, percussion and an axe striking a block of wood.


Denyer, Frank: Music for Shakuhachi

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 08866
Catalog Code: at03
Country: UK
 
Price: $16.95



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Unprecedented music for Shakuhachi by Frank Denyer (releases on Tzadik, Mode) with Yoshikazu Iwamoto on shakuhachi and Paul Hiley joining Denyer on percussion.