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Criton, Pascale : Infra [Used Item]

Label: Potlatch
Product Code: 26267
Catalog Code: P317
Country: France
 
Price: $7.95



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Four fascinating compositions by Pascale Criton exploring microtonalities on instruments tuned in 1/16th tone (violin, viola, guitar) based on gestural processes developed in close collaboration with the musicians: one duo with Silvia Tarozzi and Deborah Walker, one solo piece with Deborah Walker, and two pieces performed by Dedalus Ensemble.


Criton, Pascale : Infra

Label: Potlatch
Product Code: 24957
Catalog Code: P317
Country: France
 
Price: $15.95



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Four fascinating compositions by Pascale Criton exploring microtonalities on instruments tuned in 1/16th tone (violin, viola, guitar) based on gestural processes developed in close collaboration with the musicians: one duo with Silvia Tarozzi and Deborah Walker, one solo piece with Deborah Walker, and two pieces performed by Dedalus Ensemble.


Denyer, Frank: Whispers [Used Item]

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 21728
Catalog Code: at82
Country: UK
 
Price: $15.95



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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 : Whispers

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



In Stock



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.