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Music from SEAMUS 26

Various Artists

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1
...And Nature Is Alone
Scott A. Wyatt; Scott A. Wyatt
10:51
2
Brain Candy
Eli Fieldsteel; Eli Fieldsteel
5:22
3
Irrational Rationalities (version for Piano, Trumpet & Percussion)
Keith Kirchoff; SPLICE Ensemble
6:20
4
Hold Still
Becky Brown; Becky Brown
5:32
5
Illumina! Arabidopsis thaliana
Benjamin D. Whiting; Benjamin D. Whiting
9:17
6
Local Equilibrium Dynamics
Adam Vidiksis; Keith Kirchoff; Adam Vidiksis; BEEP
11:02
7
Shapes of Each Other
Olga Oseth; Olga Oseth
8:36
8
Sighs of an Ancient Wall for Tárogató & Audio File
David Z. Durant; Esther Lamneck; David Z. Durant
6:21
9
Intersections
William Dougherty; Zone Expérimentale
12:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    75:38
The 26th volume in an ongoing series, Music from SEAMUS is a cutting edge collection of contemporary electronic and electro-acoustic music. Including works from up and coming composers such as Scott A. Wyatt, Olga Oseth, and Becky Brown, these pieces draw on a wide range of inspirations, from Chernobyl to human gesture to Rumi poetry, creating a rich and diverse musical offering in the process.
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