The wreck of former boundaries (HCR)

The wreck of former boundaries (HCR)

The wreck of former boundaries—ELISION at 30. Peter Evans and Tristram Williams, trumpets. ELISION (Carl Rosman, clarinet; Joshua Hyde, alto saxophone; Benjamin Marks, trombone; Daryl…

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Caerulian (HCR)

Caerulian (HCR)

Caerulian. Carl Rosman, clarinet. HCR12, November 2016. Includes The wreck of former boundaries (B-flat clarinet). Recorded at Studio des Ensemble Musikfabrik, Köln, July – August 2016. Recording…

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Ryan Muncy: HOT

Ryan Muncy: HOT

Ryan Muncy. Includes asphyxia. New Focus Recordings, September 2013.

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EXPOSURE_EXAUDI

EXPOSURE_EXAUDI

EXAUDI. James Weeks, conductor. Includes:  A painter of figures in rooms Recorded at Tonbridge School Chapel, August 2012. Supported by Huddersfield University Research Fund and CeReNeM.  HCR06, May…

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A painter of figures in rooms (NMC)

A painter of figures in rooms (NMC)

New Music 20×12.  Compilation of the twenty works commissioned by the PRSF New Music 20×12 project as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.  Includes live…

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The Crutch of Memory (NEOS 11201)

The Crutch of Memory (NEOS 11201)

Includes:  The Crutch of Memory; Being itself a catastrophe, the diagram must not create a catastrophe; Because they mark the zone where the force is in the…

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Donaueschinger Musiktage 2010 (NEOS 11114-7)

Donaueschinger Musiktage 2010 (NEOS 11114-7)

Includes:  Second String Quartet.  JACK Quartet. Recorded live, Donaueschinger Musiktage, SWR2, October 2010.  NEOS 11114-7, October 2011.  Available here.

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transference (HCR02)

transference (HCR02)

ELISION / Manuel Nawri, conductor.  Includes:  memento/memorial (Peter Veale, oboe & musette (two versions)); And the scream, Bacon’s scream, is the operation through which the entire body escapes…

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strange forces (HCR03)

strange forces (HCR03)

ELISION.  Includes Because they mark the zone where the force is in the process of striking (Ben Marks, trombone) and What then renders these forces visible is a…

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