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Encount3rs

Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra, Alexander Shelley

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Phi, Caelestis  
1
Rex
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley
10:51
2
Styx
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley
9:33
3
Eden
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley
8:45
4
Keep Driving, I’m Dreaming
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley
30:47
5
Dark Angels
Canada's National Arts Centre Orchestra; Alexander Shelley
27:02
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:26:58
Encount3rs presents the musical results of a landmark collaboration between three composers and three choreographers enabled by Canada's National Arts Centre. Performed by the National Arts Centre Orchestra under the baton of Alexander Shelley, the album opens with Andrew Staniland's three-part Phi, Caelestis, followed by Nicole Lizée's Keep Driving, I’m Dreaming and Kevin Lau's Dark Angels—paired with choreographers Jean Grand-Maître, Emily Molnar, and Guillaume Côté respectively—marking the engaging fruition of an exciting multi-disciplinary project.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Groupe Analekta (Distribution) Studio Masters

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