Andrew Staniland - Talking Down the Tiger and other works for solo instruments and electronics
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Label: Naxos - Canadian Classics
Cat No: 8573428
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 28th August 2015
WorksDreaded Sea Voyage
Flute vs Tape
Talking down the tiger
ArtistsRyan Scott (percussion)
Rob MacDonald (guitar)
Camille Watts (flute)
Frances Marie Uitti (cello)
Wallace Halladay (saxophone)
Andrew Staniland (electronics)
Andrew Staniland is recognised as one of Canada’s most important and innovative musical voices, and his works are performed and broadcast internationally. He has already composed a powerful body of music for solo instruments with electronics, which reveals the exciting and evocative use he makes of sound files and ‘looping’.
Talking Down the Tiger explores the ferociousness, beauty and mystery of percussion instruments whilst Flute vs Tape is virtuosic, vivacious, and not afraid to embrace capricious fun. These qualities permeate his music and help explain why leading American writer Alex Ross calls it ‘alternately beautiful and terrifying’.
World premiere recordings.
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