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String Theory: Tellurium

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 25783
Catalog Code: cs500
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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This supergroup of strings--16 musicians on violins, viola, cellos, double basses, piano, psaltery, zither, and guitar--in an intensely restrained collective improvisation recorded live at O'Culto da Ajuda, Lisbon, Portugal in 2017, as String Theory's 4th album continues their title themes from the physical universe named here for the rare metalloid "Tellurium".


Otopus (Rodrigues / Humm / Curado / Piosik / Hencleeday / Almeida / Santos / Godinho): Vulgaris

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 24758
Catalog Code: cs464
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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Correctly configured, the Portugese ensemble Octopus is an octet, and though named after the most common of the breed, this 8-tentacled orchestration of strings, flute, trumpet, piano, guitar, electronics and percussion, all using extended techniques, slides deftly and with incredible restraint through a large, detailed dark-water work of electroacoustic improvisation.


Suspensao: Theatron

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 24732
Catalog Code: cs404
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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"In Gerald Murnane's Barley Patch, he writes of a character who, listening to music in an old timber building, would hope to find "the crowd of dust-motes that he sometimes saw swirling or drifting in a shaft of sunlight." As he listene...


String Theory [PORTUGAL]: Gravity

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 23870
Catalog Code: cs361
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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A sense of both lightness and weight drawn from Portuguese viola player's Ernesto Rodrigues' 18-piece String Theory, in a large and detailed improvisation using an incredible array of string sources, including viola, harp, violin, cello, viola da gamba, double bass, classical, acoustic and 12-string guitars, mandolin, zither, harpsichord, and piano.