Stephen Weber | Multiplicity

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by Stephen Weber

Multiplicity is an original and eclectic collection of soundscapes and compositions in a variety of styles, genres, and instrumentations - some serious, some parody - drawing on my background as a "classical" and progressive composer.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Panorama
5:32 $0.69
2. A Turn for the Worst
3:25 $0.69
3. Stop.Listen.Reflect.
5:00 $0.69
4. Processing
3:17 $0.69
5. Visceral Deluge
6:55 $0.69
6. Backtrack
4:13 $0.69
7. A Day in the Life of a Sunflower
4:41 $0.69
8. Dance Music to Sit To
3:40 $0.69
9. Sky-Canvas Cloud-Painting
3:16 $0.69
10. Pastiche
7:16 $0.69
11. Less Is More, More or Less
4:07 $0.69
12. Maximized Minimalism
7:21 $0.69
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Album Notes
My modes of musical expression are diverse as are the compositional tools I use. It's unlikely you've ever heard an album this eclectic; I draw from many musical styles and influences, always utilizing my classical training as a foundation. As a performer as well, I've played music from various periods and in an array of styles. My web site attests to my accomplishments as performer and composer, now having performed in six countries and over 80 published compositions through various publishers. One of my focal points on this album was to point the listener to a different realm in each track, or, in some cases, to multiple realms in the same piece. This music begs for attentive listening and engagement, not simply something as background. I want you freely travel, to immerse, to float. My music will never be "popular", and that's not my intent. It's ethereal. An enlightened and discerning audience will enjoy this music. I don't create music for mass consumption; it's more my external expression of my internal world.



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