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Bruce Crossman: Living Colours: Pacific Sounds & Spirit

Michael Kieran Harvey, Claire Edwardes, James Cuddeford, Lotte Latukefu, Tristram Williams, Peter Neville

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1
Double Resonances
Bruce Crossman; Michael Kieran Harvey; Claire Edwardes
18:32
2
Not Broken Bruised-Reed
Bruce Crossman; James Cuddeford; Michael Kieran Harvey; Claire Edwardes
10:57
3
Gentleness-Suddenness
Bruce Crossman; Lotte Latukefu; James Cuddeford; Michael Kieran Harvey; Claire Edwardes
25:20
4
Where Are the Sounds of Joy?
Bruce Crossman; Tristram Williams; Michael Kieran Harvey; Peter Neville
8:38
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    63:27
A composer with deep spiritual and global interests, Australian Bruce Crossman presents Living Colours: Pacific Sounds & Spirit, a potent embodiment of the geography of Oceania. Crossman builds a new musical voice with the use of indigenous Asian percussion instruments paired with piano, exploring powerful and meditative resonances all while maintaining his signature East meets West avant-garde sensibilities.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

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