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New Age: Solo Instrumental Spoken Word: Satire Avant Garde: Sound Collage Classical: New Age Electronic: Soundscapes

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chris wind

chris wind…

...has composed (and often performed and produced) fifteen albums of classically-inclined solo piano (stillwood, for Amelia, and Preludes), solo sax with wolves, loons, and rain, haunting solo flute, a lament for solo viola, a solo for cello, piano and vocalise, and piano and flute (Ruby Rose); electronic soundscapes (Rocks and Trees and AudioVisions) and electroacoustic fusions (Paintings); and social commentary collage pieces (The Art of Juxtaposition and ProVocative), a radical Christmas album (chris wind’s Christmas Album), and poetry set to sound (dreaming of kaleidoscopes)

…has an Associate Diploma in Piano (A.Mus.) from the Western Ontario Conservatory of Music and an Associate Diploma in Composition (A.R.C.T.) from the Royal Conservatory of Music

…has received concert performance in Toronto, Montreal, North Bay, and Guelph, most notably by saxophonist Paul Brodie

…has received international airplay; The Art of Juxtaposition was judged #11 on CKLN’s Top 30 for 1988

…has been included in several anthologies (Fobia, Spain; No Dub, Seattle; EBU’s Xmas Compilation, West Germany; Best of Fool’s Paradise, Belgium; Gajoob Samplers #1 and #8, Salt Lake City; Colere Unus, Alberta; Art Radio International, Montreal; Missing Link Music Sampler II, Seattle; Tapeworms #10, Dayton; The Ontario Electronic Tape Project, Ontario)

…has presented papers at the Canadian Electroacoustic Community conferences in Montreal (May87) and Toronto (Sep88) and published articles in Musicworks and Contact!

…was featured in Canadian Composer (Spring 92 issue)

...welcomes queries regarding performance - backgrounds for the sax pieces and the Paintings are available to musicians and sheet music is available on MusicaNeo