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Thrive on Routine

American Contemporary Music Ensemble

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1
Jahrzeit
Caleb Burhans; American Contemporary Music Ensemble
10:10
2
In manus tuas
Caroline Shaw; American Contemporary Music Ensemble
8:57
3
Gustave Le Gray
Caroline Shaw; American Contemporary Music Ensemble
10:09
Thrive on Routine  
4
I. Morning
Timo Andres; American Contemporary Music Ensemble
4:53
5
II. Potatoes
Timo Andres; American Contemporary Music Ensemble
3:13
6
III. Passacaglia
Timo Andres; American Contemporary Music Ensemble
3:25
7
IV. Coda
Timo Andres; American Contemporary Music Ensemble
2:13
8
In a Treeless Place, Only Snow
John Luther Adams; American Contemporary Music Ensemble
17:27
Total Playing Time    60:27
"Album of the Week ... from this polished, finely detailed, but earthy and deeply satisfying suite (Thrive on Routine), the listener may infer that the everyday and the sublime can be bridged by the simple pride of accomplishment, whether that means digging into a garden or into a classical masterpiece."
- WQXR-FM

The American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME) is dedicated to outstanding performance of masterworks from the 20th and 21st centuries, primarily by living American composers, presented alongside classics of the contemporary. For this recording, the group's pianist Timo Andres wrote the title suite Thrive on Routine while ACME violinists Caroline Shaw and Caleb Burhans each contribute a piece, the programme coming to an end with a selection by John Luther Adams.
352.8 kHz / 24-bit, 192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM and 5.6448 MHz, 2.8224 MHz DSD  – Sono Luminus Studio Masters

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