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Luke Howard

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1
Sleep
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton
0:56
2
Rotations
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton
3:54
3
August
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton; Ryan Monro; Leonard Grigoryan; Ben Edgar; Janos Bruneel; Alister Barker; Kari Ravnan; Michelle Wood; Rosamund Brown; Anton Schroeder; Julia Brooke; Daniel Farrugia; Charles MacInnes; Jordan Murray; Christopher Cartlidge; Marie T
6:58
4
Slumber
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton; Ben Robertson; Michelle Wood; Alister Barker; Christopher Cartlidge; Alice Rickards; Sarah Curro
2:54
5
A Softer World
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton; Ryan Monro; Leonard Grigoryan; Ben Edgar; Janos Bruneel; Alister Barker; Kari Ravnan; Michelle Wood; Rosamund Brown; Anton Schroeder; Julia Brooke; Daniel Farrugia; Charles MacInnes; Jordan Murray; Christopher Cartlidge; Marie T
6:30
6
Portrait Gallery
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton
6:08
7
Nachtsonne
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton; Ben Edgar
2:55
8
Pan
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton; Ben Robertson; Alister Barker; Kari Ravnan; Michelle Wood; Rosamund Brown; Christopher Cartlidge; Marie Teresa Nawara; Alice Rickards; Alison Rayner; Andre Orvik; Sarah Curro
3:25
9
Schlusshymne
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Janos Bruneel; Hadyn Buxton; Kari Ravnan; Rosamund Brown; Marie Teresa Nawara; Alison Rayner; Andre Orvik
3:32
10
Liminal
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton; Michelle Wood
4:35
11
Elegy
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton; Ben Robertson; Alister Barker; Michelle Wood; Christopher Cartlidge; Alice Rickards; Sarah Curro
3:11
12
Incoming
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton; Ben Robertson; Alister Barker; Michelle Wood; Christopher Cartlidge; Alice Rickards; Sarah Curro
3:07
13
Family
Luke Howard; Luke Howard; Hadyn Buxton; Ben Robertson; Alister Barker; Kari Ravnan; Michelle Wood; Rosamund Brown; Christopher Cartlidge; Marie Teresa Nawara; Alice Rickards; Alison Rayner; Andre Orvik; Sarah Curro
6:15
Total Playing Time    54:20
"Absolutely heavenly ... I can hotly recommend."
- BBC Radio

This debut solo album from Australian pianist and composer Luke Howard draws upon the minimalist approach of his previous projects and conjures rich cinematic soundscapes using piano, strings and electronics. Recorded in Melbourne, Oslo and Reykjavík, the 2013 release features members of the Melbourne Symphony and Oslo Philharmonic, along with Howard's past collaborators Janos Bruneel and Leonard Grigoryan.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Luke Howard Studio Masters

Track 6 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Track 7 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

Recorded at RainbowStudio, Oslo, May 2012
Additional recording at Greenhouse Studios in Reykjavík, Sundlaugin in Reykjavík, Allan Eaton in Melbourne, Lukktone in Melbourne and Town Hall in Melbourne
Produced by Luke Howard
Engineered by Hadyn Buxton and Jan Erik Kongshaug
Additional engineering by Elisabeth Carlsson, Paul Evans, Peer Espen Ursfjord
Mixed by Hadyn Buxton
Mastered by Mandy Parnell
Artwork by Jack Vanzet

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