Playlist 7: Eclectic Waves

This month we put the focus on variety, and brought together quite a wide selection of sounds. From solo piano to electronics to sinfonietta, ancient to contemporary themes, animals to computers, delicate to heavy metal sounds. We hope you enjoy the wonderful work of this Eclectic bunch of composers, all featured by Making Waves for the first time.

Composers, Submit your recordings for consideration, and keep us up-to-date about your best or latest work!

Hear something that catches your attention? To find out more about a musical work, click on the track name in the playlist and then again on ‘view track’. To find out more about a particular composer, click on their name in the ‘Details’ section below.

DETAILS

  1. Aristea Mellos, Penelope Hymns: I. Morning
  2. Aristea Mellos, Penelope Hymns: II. Afternoon
    Performed by Madeline Caine (Soprano) & the Eastman Composers’ Sinfonietta, Kilbourn Hall, The Eastman School, 11/4/15.
  3. Connor D’Netto, 3 adoxographies: Example 1
  4. Connor D’Netto, 3 adoxographies: Example 2
  5. Connor D’Netto, 3 adoxographies: Example 3
    Performed by Cara Tran. Track mastered by Ben Heim.
  6. Dan Thorpe, For you, I sing in Colours
    Performed by David Moran, Dan Thorpe. Elder Conservatorium, 2012.
  7. Susan Hawkins, i saw a peacock with a fiery tail (1)
  8. Susan Hawkins, i saw a peacock with a fiery tail (2)
    Performed by Collusion Music, Queensland Conservatorium, 2014.
  9. Sam Gillies, Snowden (Eyes in the Sky)
    Performed by Lindsay Vickery (Bass Clarinet). Recorded, mixed and mastered at The Egoroom.
    Premiered at Improvising Across Borders solo show, Mozg, Bydgoszcz, Poland.
  10. Scott McIntyre, String Quartet No. 3
    Performed by Silo String Quartet

We’d love to hear about your listening experience! Share your thoughts or send messages of support to our featured composers and performers in the comment box below. We also encourage you to click through to Soundcloud to like, comment and subscribe to Making Waves as well as the composers, performers, and presenters featured.

The Eclectic Waves playlist will be featured until 31 August, 2015, when we add our next listening journey. All previous playlists will be available in our blog archives for the life of the project, so please do explore the website for previously featured sounds.

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