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12 Color Sonnets

Scordatura Ensemble

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12 Color Sonnets  
1
Black
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
9:27
2
InBlue
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
2:01
3
Nude
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
2:29
4
Purple
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
4:08
5
Lavender
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
3:03
6
Red
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
2:20
7
Green
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
2:51
8
Pink
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
1:25
9
Yellow
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
1:25
10
BlueGrey
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
1:45
11
Brown
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
4:00
12
White
Aliona Yurtsevich; Scordatura Ensemble
7:10
Total Playing Time    42:04
12 Color Sonnets is a collection of multimedia works written by composer, artist, and poet Aliona Yurtsevich for the Amsterdam-based avant garde group Scordatura Ensemble. Comprised of musicians Alfrun Schmid and Elizabeth Smalt with a revolving cast of guest artists, this release also features contributions from the late Scordatura founder, Bob Gilmore, to whom this album is dedicated.
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Tracks 4, 5, 10, 12 – 44.1 kHz / 16-bit PCM

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