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Tom Johnson: Plucking

Various Artists

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Rational Melodies  
1
No. 13. Harp
Tom Johnson; Alison Bjorkedal
2:21
2
No. 18. Koto
Tom Johnson; Kozue Matsumoto
1:58
3
No. 1. Kora
Tom Johnson; Ric Alviso
1:36
4
No. 15. Sitar
Tom Johnson; Paul Livingstone
1:56
5
No. 3. Tar
Tom Johnson; Pirayeh Pourafar
2:23
6
No. 12. Harpsichord
Tom Johnson; Richard Valitutto
1:30
7
No. 2. Oud
Tom Johnson; Eric Ederer
1:38
8
No. 10. Guitar
Tom Johnson; John Schneider
2:09
9
No. 4. Bass
Tom Johnson; Tom Peters
1:40
10
Plucking
Tom Johnson; Just Strings
26:27
11
Failing
Tom Johnson; Tom Peters
7:57
12
Doublings
Tom Johnson; Tom Peters
22:36
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:11
Plucking presents nine artists and one ensemble performing works by American minimalist composer Tom Johnson. Centred around exploring the timbral possibilities of plucked instruments from around the world, the opening work Rational Melodies dedicates one movement each to instruments such as kora, harpsichord, oud, and more, complimented by the experimental ensemble piece Plucking and two further works.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MicroFest Records Studio Masters

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