Kevin Finseth | The Wounded Quartet

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The Wounded Quartet

by Kevin Finseth

Instrumental cinematics for piano, cello & bass balalaika.
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. The Distance (feat. Peggy Lee)
4:06 album only
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2. Reprieve
0:46 album only
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3. The Duel (feat. Peggy Lee)
3:12 album only
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4. The Wounded (feat. Peggy Lee)
4:11 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Wounded Quartet is a suite of four pieces which developed from a session of piano improvisations recorded in the late fall of 2010. After adding the bass parts I invited Peggy Lee to come in and do her cello performance. Instead of having her study the pieces and prepare, I wanted her to react with a minimum of preparation. I allowed her to listen to each piece just once, and then had her respond immediately with a recorded performance. One take only.

I’m not sure why I insisted on these restrictions. Peggy and I had already worked on a few pieces and I was excited by her skill and remarkable intuition. Also I believe there is potential delight in the act of searching for things, and great value to be found in the singular, the irretrievable…

part 1 the distance
part 2 reprieve
part 3 the duel
part 4 the wounded

peggy lee – cello
kevin finseth – acoustic piano, bass balalaika

written by kevin finseth

recorded by andrew smith @ vancouver live sound
mastered by geoff pesche @ abbey road studios, london

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