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at79 ‘next to nothing’
Ryoko Akama, Bruno Duplant & Dominic Lash
Four trio compositions, two by Akama, one each by Duplant and Lash, exploring the quieter, more static reaches of contemporary experimentation.
Recent CD Releases
We’ve received a lot of enquiries from people who don’t use CDs, and who want to buy downloads. We intend to make downloads of all of our discs available eventually, but it’s taking a long time to set this up. However until then you can buy audio files of any Another Timbre discs by emailing info(at)anothertimbre.com and we will send you the music as either flac or mp3(320) files.
Files cost £5 per disc, or £10 for a double CD.
at85x2 ‘Whitewashed with Lines’ by Common Objects
John Butcher saxophones
Angharad Davies violin
Rhodri Davies harps
Lee Patterson amplified devices and processes
A double CD featuring two live performances - one improvised and one using a graphic score. See across for special offer.
Upcoming Concert in Sheffield, 24th April
Improvisation concert featuring the trio of Axel Dörner, Roger Turner and Dominic Lash, plus support from Stephen Chase, Jon Marcshall, Murray Royston-Ward and Angela Rosenfeld.
Friday 24th February 8pm at Portland Works, Randall Street, Sheffield. More details here
at84 ‘would fall from the sky, would wither and die’
Skuggorna och ljuset / Magnus Granberg
An exquisite composition by Magnus Granberg (the leader of Skogen) for a quintet of Stockholm-based musicians:
Anna Lindal (violin), Leo Svensson Sander (cello), Kristine Scholz (piano), Erik Carlsson (percussion) and Magnus himself on clarinet.
at83 ‘Extinguishment’ by Fraufraulein
(Billy Gomberg & Anne Guthrie)
Three beautiful constructions using field recordings, electronics, french horn and bass guitar by the New York based experimental duo.
at82 ‘Whispers’ by Frank Denyer
Five recent, intimate and typically idiosyncratic compositions by the veteran English composer. Written for a range of instruments and materials from solo voice, shakuhachi, an axe striking a wooden block, and an ensemble of various bass instruments played by The Barton Workshop.
See across for special offer on Frank Denyer’s previous CD
at81x2 Morton Feldman ‘Two Pianos and other works 1953 - 1969’
Highly-acclaimed double CD of works for two or more pianos played by John Tilbury and Philip Thomas with accompanying musicians
at80 John Lely - ‘The Harmonics of Real Strings’
played by Anton Lukoszevieze
Beautiful piece in four parts for solo cello, each part being a very slow glissando down one string of the instrument.
at78 ‘sometimes we all disappear’
Jamie Drouin & Lance Austin Olsen
Fragments of pieces for eletroacoustic duo beautifully placed amidst periods of silence.
Special offer: order ‘whitewashed with lines’ before 30th April and get any of the the first CD’s on Another Timbre by the members of the Common Objects quartet for £4:
Special offer: order Whispers before 30st April and get Frank Denyer’s previous AT disc ‘music for shakuhachi for £4
at01 Tempestuous by The Contest of Pleasures
(John Butcher / Axel Dörner / Xavier Charles)
Angharad Davies + Tisha Mukarji
Youtube extract £4
Rhodri Davies + Matt Davis, Samantha Rebello &
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at11 For Hugh Davies
Lee Patterson + Mark Wastell and Adam Bohman
Youtube extract £4
CD copies of the first Skogen disc (‘Ist gefallen in den Schnee’ at47) have sold out, and that and Thomas Lehn and Frederic Blondy’s ‘Obdo’ (at07) are now only available as downloads at £5 each.
Email info(at)anothertimbre(dot)com if you are interested in buying downloads.
Other CDs that are running low on copies are:
‘Blasen’ (at13) by Sebastian Lexer and Seymour Wright
‘Midhopestones’ (at19) by Rhodri Davies et al
and another Skogen disc, ‘Despairs Had Governed Me Too Long’ (at71)
Variations 2 (after Christoph Schiller)
There have been several additions to the ongoing ‘Variations 2’ project, with new contributions by Magus Granberg, Erik Carlsson, Jonas Kocher and Sebastien Branche. ‘Variations 2’ will eventually be a continuously cycling hour-long piece in the form of a chain of duos. To listen to the piece in its present form, and for more information, go to the Variations page.
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