The Wellington Wind Symphony has released a number of CDs, including a studio-recording of works by local composers, An Artist’s Neighbourhood.This intriguing CD, by Diana McIntosh delivers a sextet of pieces that will tempt and satisfy the curious listener with a taste for adventure!The six works on this recording by Diana McIntosh represent a sampler of the colourful variety of her musical composition and the versatility of her performance style.Alan Stellings and Greg Paskaruk formed impromp2 cello and piano duo to explore ways of bringing together their many musical interests and influences.
Unique Last Recordings Of The Music Of Ancient CulturesIn 1987, Snow issued The Last LP (Art Metropole), which purported to be a documentary disc of the dying gasps of ethnic musical cultures from around the globe including Tibet, Syria, India, China Brazil, Finland and elsewhere.The Evergreen Club is an ensemble of eight musicians who perform on a collection of bronze, wood, bamboo and stringed instruments. Together these instruments are known as a gamelan, which has been an important part of Indonesian musical life for centuries.G.E.M.S. (Group of the Electronic Music Studio), initiated by John Oliver, Claude Schryer and Alcides Lanza in May, 1983, is a composer / performer chamber ensemble specializing in electroacoustic works, especially those created using the resources of the McGill University Electronic Music Studios.
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