Choral (9 with Voices), A CapellaKrishna's Flute is a CD of Canadian music for flute and electronics performed by new music specialist Chenoa Anderson, and composed by six composers from across Canada.This disc is more than a collection of short pieces; it presents a synthesis of new electroaccoustic creation as it is practised in all its forms. - Jean-François Denis & Claude Schryer
Canadian Art SongThe Bliss of Solitude (from William Wordsworth's The Daffodils) is a selection of Canadian art songs taken from the three anthologies published by Alberta Keys Music.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.Internationally-acclaimed Vancouver clarinetist performs the music of Pierre Boulez, Paul Dolden, Giorgio Magnanensi, and John Oliver. Houle has taken the idea of Boulez' "shadow dialogue" as inspiration for a program of works where the sound of his clarinet becomes the core of rich sound textures.Icicle Blue Avalanche rolls over the listener with extraordinary, sculpted sounds. The collection features both electroacoustic studio works and solo electric/MIDI guitar and live electronics.Structural Damage (Andrew Czink, piano & percussion; John Oliver, guitars) perform Live at the Lux Theatre of the Western Front (Vancouver) with special guests Douglas Schmidt, accordion, and Giorgio Magnanensi, DJ/electronics.Second Earsay compilation including fresh evocative electroacoustic works by six Earsay artists.Great label, superb compilation of all new music artists on the label. — Earwaves online magazine
Musique Nouvelle Pour Clavier NumériqueSergio Barroso studied piano, theory and organ with Alfredo Levi, César Pérez Sentenat, Edgardo Martín, and Alfredo Díez Nieto at the Havana National “Amadeo Roldán” Conservatory, where he received an Honours Diploma in 1966.
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