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Fleeting Realms: Babcock - Tang - Morrow - Maki - Morris - Summer

Various Artists

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1
Irrational Exuberance
Bruce Babcock; Douglas Masek; David Speltz; Louise Thomas
8:53
2
Snowy Landscape
Joyce Wai-Chung Tang; Vít Mužík; Jiří Fajkus; Lucie Kaucká
8:14
3
Dawn
Nora Morrow; Arielle Burke; Michael Norsworthy; Daniel Beilman; Kinga Bacik; Xiao'an Li
8:24
4
Luca's Dream
Nora Morrow; Matt Sharrock
5:21
5 Impromptus  
5
No. 1. —
David Maki; Lucie Kaucká; Martin Smutný
2:39
6
No. 2. —
David Maki; Lucie Kaucká; Martin Smutný
3:39
7
No. 3. —
David Maki; Lucie Kaucká; Martin Smutný
1:42
8
No. 4. —
David Maki; Lucie Kaucká; Martin Smutný
3:53
9
No. 5. —
David Maki; Lucie Kaucká; Martin Smutný
2:42
10
Crosscurrents
Craig Madden Morris; Nan-Cheng Chen; Kelly Yu-Chieh Lin
11:00
11
They Bore Him Barefaced on the Bier
Joseph Summer; Kathryn Guthrie; Neal Ferreira; Sangyoung Kim
6:14
12
He Took Me by the Wrist
Joseph Summer; Kathryn Guthrie; David Salsbery Fry; Sangyoung Kim
13:05
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    75:46
Fleeting Realms gathers together contemporary chamber works from around the world by composers Bruce Babcock, Joyce Wai-Chung Tang, Nora Morrow, David Maki, Craig Madden Morris, and Joseph Summer. Drawing on a range of art music styles both tonal and dissonant and utilizing instruments from the piano, strings, and voice to saxophone and vibraphone, these works are united by their lyricism and ability to evoke colourful soundworlds.
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