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by David Dvorin

Explorations into new music composition using untraditional instruments. Immediately accessible for the connoisseur or curious alike.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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2. Swelled Head
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3. Breakdown
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4. Jesart (3 in 1)
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5. Um Om
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6. Beams and Struts
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7. Rain
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8. So Busy
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9. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
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10. Music Is...
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11. Calendar
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12. Left Open
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13. Petaling
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14. Time Marches (On)
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Album Notes
Explorations into new music composition by California composer David Dvorin.

David Dvorin approaches art music through the use of untraditional and unusual instruments: bowed psaltery, electric and acoustic guitars, banjo, sampler and computer.

David creates unique sonic structures by combining characteristics of disparate musical idioms: chamber music's intimacy and subtle interaction, improvisational music's fluidity and freedom, rock/folk's feeling of immediacy, and American experimental music tradition's sense of exploration and rule-breaking.

'The CD really works as one flowing whole. I'm enjoying it more with each listening. This is rare. Bravo on a rigorous and thoughtful work.' - (Mark Dresser, Composer & Contrabassist)

David Dvorin lives and works in Nevada City, California USA

David Dvorin received a B.A. in Music Composition from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a M.F.A. in Music Composition from the California Institute of the Arts, where he studied with Morton Subotnick, Stephen L. Mosko, and Wadada Leo Smith. While attending both schools, he worked professionally as a film, CD-ROM and television composer, and was nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Achievement in a Craft: Music Composition, as an undergraduate.
David currently is active as a composer/performer/ improviser, and a member of the Nevada County Composer's Coalition, a collective whose members also include Terry Riley and William Jay Sydeman. He has performed at music festivals and new music venues across California including the Northern California Experimental Music Festival, Carmel Performing Arts Festival, East Bay Creative Music Festival, and the Big Sur Experimental Music Festival.
He spends much of his time exploring and recording compositional ideas in his studio in the Sierra Nevada foothills of Northern California, and is a music professor at Sierra College.



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Frank Mark

original creative, very imaginative sound collages
Here I found a surprising good release with a lot of interesting unexpected turns. Some parts sound a little exciting oddly which enrich this very creative sound collection. David is also a good guitar player. While listening the CD become ingrossed in the booklet which contains detailed informations about the recordings. A relaxing CD, I like it very much.


Hey this is nice to see and hear. I don't know how many out there care, but, a good review from Mark Dresser, in my book, is an automatic +A. The music is pretty minimal. I do a webcast and I've had shit sent to me from "respected" labels that wasn't nearly as unique and a worthwhile listen as these sample tracks. Good stuff, may many people tune in to David Dvorin's work.