Spring 2019 issue of Canada's premier new music magazine, with articles on Montreal's Dominique Fils-Aime; Composer Linda Catlin Smith; Strasbourg-based Canadian composer and heckelphonist Samuel Andreyev; Camae Ayewa and Carmel Farabakhsh; plus a 10-track various artists CD with tracks from the above, including a work by Wadada Leo Smith, &c. &c.
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Catalog ID: #133
Squidco Product Code: 27473
Format: Magazine + CD
Packaging: Magazine and CD
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1> Landline 9:36
2> Some Body 4:03
3> 9LRR 1:52
4> Strasbourg Quartet, 4th mvt. 8:06
5> Piano Piece No. 3 1:27
Webber/Morris Big Band
6> And It Rolled Right Down 6:38
7> Rebonds 3:12
Linda Catlin Smith
8> Piano Quintet 13:32
Wadada Leo Smith
9> Pacifica Coral Reef 5:13
10> Fields of a Lost City 12:28
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"The lively stories in the Spring 2019 issue are sure to spark conversations about the diverse ways that people develop creative ideas and potential.
ON THE COVER: Montreal's Dominique Fils-Aimé has moved from the mainstream spotlight to a more intimate creative space where many genres unite in her powerful, elegant, and soulful music. Toronto writer Chaka V. Grier finds out about her Haitian roots, self-guided music education, and the influence of her synesthesia on her planned trilogy of albums.
Strasbourg-based Canadian composer and heckelphonist Samuel Andreyev has been guided by intuition through his unusual artistic journey. Musicworks contributing editor Nick Storring follows the trail, from youthful adventures in comics and composing to the "strange perceptual magic" of his evolving body of work.
Camae Ayewa and Carmel Farabakhsh explore their long-distance relationship through the installation / performance Pleasure Calls, originally presented in March 2019 at the Khyber Centre for the Arts in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Musician and writer Nick Dourado listens in.
U.K. Manuella Blackburn, first-place winner of our 2018 Electronic Music Composition Contest, talks to Musicworks editor Jennie Punter about the inspiration behind her elegantly playful composition Landline.
Learn how a community arts space in Hamilton spawned the adventurous HAVN Records.
Linda Catlin Smith, scavenger of listening
Wadada Leo Smith, true communication
Scott Smallwood , solar-powered sound
Webber/Morris Big Band, in full swing
Various Artists & Compilations
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