Mauricio Salguero | Quirk, Music for Clarinet and Electronics

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Quirk, Music for Clarinet and Electronics

by Mauricio Salguero

Quirk: Music for Clarinet and Electronics serves as a snapshot of the current tendencies and ideas prevalent in American electronic music today.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Quirk for Bass Clarinet and Computer
9:08 $0.50
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2. Ten to the Power of Negative 33 for Clarinet and Electronics
8:22 $0.50
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3. Refractions I: Movement I (Motet) for Clarinet and Fixed Media
4:25 $0.30
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4. Refractions I: Movement II for Clarinet and Fixed Media
3:18 $0.30
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5. Refractions I: Movement III for Clarinet and Fixed Media
3:17 $0.30
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6. Bapu for Flute, Clarinet and Electronics
6:31 $0.50
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7. With My Eyes Shut for Clarinet and Fixed Media
8:10 $0.50
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8. Looking-Glass Changes for Clarinet and Stereo Playback
4:23 $0.50
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9. Rushing Toward the Singularity for Amplified Clarinet and Pre-Recorded Sounds
8:11 $0.50
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Quirk: Music for Clarinet and Electronics serves as a snapshot of the current tendencies and ideas prevalent in American electronic music today. This album brings together popular genres, abstract sounds and a multitude of musical influences. Eric Honour incorporates hip-hop beats while Sarah Horick mixes jazz and pop harmonies with a driving beat along with an improvisation by the performer. Andrew Cole uses rock grooves and heavy distortion, and Asha Srinivasan pays homage to her heritage using classical Indian music as a source. Jorge Sosa draws from elements of Gregorian Chant, while Christopher Biggs and Jason Bolte create free abstract sounds. This is a quirky mix that will bend your ear in unusual ways.

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