Posts tagged ‘chamber music’

December 13, 2017

Lanes is out.

Years in the making, Bruce Hamilton’s Lanes is finally available.

This album collects new recordings of works composed between 2013 and 2015, as well as a live recording from 1996. The music covers much ground, by turns pulse-driven, ambient, microtonal, polyrhythmic, lyrical, and texture-based.
Stream it or purchase on Bandcamp ($7 DL, $12 CD).

munk punq tezilo (2014) for clarinet, sax, accordion, piano and percussion [Ensemble Kompulz]

Attractors (2013) for vibraphone, piano, and recorded sounds
[Iktus Piano & Percussion Duo]

Still Life (1994) for solo clarinet
[Tasha Warren]

osbatt (2015) [processed keyboard improvisation; Bruce Hamilton]

Four Pieces (2015) for flute, bassoon, violin, double bass, and electric piano [Bellingham Chamber Music Society]

released December 14, 2017

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September 18, 2015

Phonemes Requiem is available for download!

Spectropol is happy to help bring another significant work by Iranian artist Ehsan Saboohi to the west and beyond, this time with the help of a superb group of singers and instrumentalists.

Phonemes Requiem is a large-scale multi-movement work that explores the inner world of speech and vocalized sound, temporally expanded and sonically enhanced, each small section a zone to get lost in while serving the long flow of the piece. It’s rich with detail and gets better with each hearing.

Download Phonemes Requiem (2014-2015) (For four Soloists, mixed Chorus, Didgeridoo, prepared Tombak, Electronics, Computer) below (name your price). And if you like, pre-order the limited edition CDR!

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Check out his earlier release on Spectropol here.

October 2, 2014

LIL: “unidentified” out today

Spectropol is pleased to announce the availability of another fine collection from Polish artist Marcin Tomczak.
An unidentified space; a surreal electroacoustic chamber music full of vibrant color and complex emotion.
Very limited edition of 10 beautiful CD-Rs; and unlimited digital download (name your price).

–voice in tracks 4 and 6 by Martyna Kołodziej.
–track 7 composed by A. Nowacki and remixed by LIL.

May 20, 2014

Possible Worlds Vol. 3 is available

The third installment in Spectropol’s microtonal compilation series, this collection is another highly varied snapshot of current xenharmonic practice from international artists. As with the previous albums in the series, the stylistically diverse tracks here explore just intonation, equal divisions of the octave, mixed tunings, fretless instruments, and extended playing techniques.

The music here ranges from chamber ensemble spectralism to catchy electronica, from surreal soundscapes to strange funk, intimate classical guitar work to electric feedback, and from free improvisation to evolving drones.

With contributions from Taylor Brook, Paulo Chagas, Brendan Byrnes, Susan Ann Brewster, Greg Hooper, Jon Lyle Smith, Agustín Castilla-Ávila/Giacomo Fiore, Elis Czerniak, MonoNeon, Ben Wylie and Peter Nagle.


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SpecT 32, May 2014

November 11, 2013

Possible Worlds Vol. 2 sampler

Check out this sampler track from Spectropol’s upcoming (11/15) microtonal compilation, featuring excerpts from Jacky Ligon, Mirjam Tally, Lewis Krauthamer, Lois Lancaster, Karen Keyhani, Christian Molenaar, Todd Harrop, Scott A. Moore, D. Edward Davis, Claudi Meneghin, Michael Vick and Kraig Grady.

May 1, 2012

Elle avait raison Hathor live!

Vincent Berger Rond and cohorts will perform a rendition Elle avait raison Hathor (recently released on Spectropol) live in Montreal this Saturday, May 5.

Details here.