David Rosenbloom | Reliquary

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by David Rosenbloom

". . . a young composer with rare gifts. Mr. Rosenbloom creates a sonic texture that is simultaneously very old and very new, combining chantlike monophony, elegant minimalism, world music, and rock elements into a beguiling blend that owes as much to the
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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1. Millennial World
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2. Q: I.
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3. Q: Ii.
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4. Q: Iii.
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5. Job's Complaint: Trio
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6. Departure: Flowers
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7. Requiem For The Fallen: Lacrimosa
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8. Requiem For The Fallen: Farewell
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9. Requiem For The Fallen: Requiem
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10. Requiem For The Fallen: Kyrie
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11. Requiem For The Fallen: Lux Aeterna
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12. Charon (The Boatman): I.
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13. Charon (The Boatman): II.
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14. Charon (The Boatman): III.
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15. Charon (The Boatman): IV.
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16. Charon (The Boatman): V.
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Album Notes
Live and studio recordings from the eighties and nineties.

On Requiem for the Fallen:
"... a work of varied and often exotic influences... Mr. Rosenbloom plays with extremes, matching a high-lying flute line with a rumbling bass clarinet, and having his soprano soar freely over the tangy, apocalyptic sound of a chanting Buddhist monk...a concise, energetic and almost medieval-sounding Kyrie." Allan Kozinn, New York Times

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