Peter Whitehead | Adamantine

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Adamantine

by Peter Whitehead

All instrumental score for live dance, moving between different moods of rock, electronics & folk. Incorporates acoustic instruments and electronic keyboards.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Hand Reflections
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2. Slow Waltz / Arc
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3. Fluorescent Flash
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4. After Fluorescents
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5. Darrin Solo
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6. Fiddle Solo
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7. Floating Clothes
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8. Gypsy Love
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9. Cuatro Waltz
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10. Feeling Along / Kicking
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11. Fast Waltz / Lights Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Adamantine was created as a live score for a performance by renowned New York choreographer Susan Marshall and her company. The music shifts in mood between different sections and includes atmospheric electronics, pattern music, driving rock, spacious solos, lyrical melodies, with some recurring themes. Instruments range from acoustic strings, percussion and homemade creations, to electric guitars, electronic keyboards and drums. Great soundtrack music for both dance and film.

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jacquelyn

wonderful
I saw this piece performed live and was so moved. Thank you to Peter for sharing his creativity and heart.

-Jacquelyn
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