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Ik(s)land[s]

CD

Ik(s)land[s] / Chris Dench.

  • 1 CD (74 min.)
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This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.

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Product details

Duration: 74 min.

Contents note: Driftglass -- Funk -- Ruins within -- Ik(s)lands[s] -- E'/meth -- The blinding access of the grace of flesh.

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Performers: Elision ; Deborah Kayser (mezzo-soprano) ; Carl Rosman (clarinet ; conductor: Ik(s)land[s]) ; Peter Neville (percussion) ; Stephen Robinson (oboe) ; Sandro Gorli (conductor: Driftglass) ; Franck Ollu (conductor: The blinding access of the grace of flesh).

Capture session: 'Driftglass' recorded live at the Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne on 17 March 1991 ; 'Ruins within' recorded for Radio Bremen on 4 May 1998 ; 'Funk' recorded at Iwaki Auditorium, Melbourne, December 1995 ; 'Ik(s)land[s]' recorded at Iwaki Auditorium on 25-26 April 2004 ; 'E'/meth' recorded at Iwaki Auditorium on 11 May 1999 ; 'The blinding access of the grace of flesh' recorded at Iwaki Auditorium on 25-26 Jaunary 2004.

Recording level: DDD.

Liner notes include programme notes and biographical notes on composer.


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