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Matthew Hindson: Flute Concerto "House Music"

Alexa Still, Oberlin Orchestra, Raphael Jiménez

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Flute Concerto "House Music"  
1
I. Kitchen, Garage, Workshop
Matthew Hindson; Alexa Still; Oberlin Orchestra; Raphael Jiménez
7:36
2
II. Foyer, Swimming Pool
Matthew Hindson; Alexa Still; Oberlin Orchestra; Raphael Jiménez
6:14
3
III. Lounge
Matthew Hindson; Alexa Still; Oberlin Orchestra; Raphael Jiménez
6:51
4
IV. Nursery, Games Room
Matthew Hindson; Alexa Still; Oberlin Orchestra; Raphael Jiménez
4:59
Total Playing Time    25:40
“Matthew Hindson [is] arguably today’s most distinctive Australian compositional voice, and in danger of being labelled as a bovver-boy. He is much more…”
- The Advertiser

Matthew Hindson, the leading Australian composer of his generation, continues his orchestral explorations of hedonistic youth culture and electronic dance music styles with House Music (Flute Concerto), interpreted in this recording by flutist Alexa Still and the Oberlin Orchestra.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Oberlin Music Studio Masters

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