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Ascend, Vol. 31

Various Artists

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1
Snoqualmie Passages
Patrick Houlihan; Caroline Taylor; Lei Cai
6:58
2
Vexatious
Joungmin Lee; JACK Quartet
8:10
3
Shining Through Cracks (Live)
Paul SanGregory; The Counterpoint Ensemble
8:34
4
If You Walked a Mile
Mike McFerron; Andrew Spencer
8:21
5
Fantasia
Justin Writer; David Carter
4:29
6
Dulce et decorum est
Aaron Alon; Mark Whatley; Eva Liebhaber; Kaoru Suzuki; Elizabeth Charles; Jennifer Humphreys
6:48
7
Breathing 2: Re/Inspiration
Michael Pounds; Michael Pounds
7:06
8
Bombinate
Jeffrey Loeffert; Jonathan Nichol; Geoffrey Deibel; Jeffrey Loeffert
6:52
9
Embark
Stephen F. Lilly; Stephen F. Lilly
5:59
Total Playing Time    63:17
ASCEND is a collaboration between the Society of Composers, Inc. and Navona Records and is part of an ongoing effort to showcase contemporary composers from all over the world. Also featuring renowned performers such as the JACK Quartet, this volume presents exciting works by Jougmin Lee, Mike McGerron, and Jeffrey Loeffert.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

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