Debris & Alchemy - Kate Moore

by Ensemble Klang

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muellermj76 This is a superb composition, masterfully rendered by a top-notch ensemble.

Thought the final movement in unsurpassable, all three are brilliant and vital in their own ways. And it's Part II that is the boldest; with its stark, glistening bursts of truncated harmonics.

Really compelling music that is genuinely 'new' is rare. But here it is. Dive on in and enjoy.

Favorite track: Debris & Alchemy III.
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ryan Kate Moore & Ensemble Klang find a distant island, and fill the ocean around it. Favorite track: Debris & Alchemy I.
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Kate Moore (1979) presents music that feels simultaneously familiar and strange. It explores the transformation of musical material through a landscape of memory and reference. In Debris & Alchemy allusions of 60s folk/pop, the experimental avant-garde, sacred music and hard-core gothic rock are splattered with the sounds of strange objects, shards of porcelain, car engine springs and garbage cans. Pairing church organ with an eccentric mix of saxophones and electric guitar conjures a wilderness of crumbling Gothic architecture and decaying rusty cars.

credits

released March 23, 2012

Heiko Geerts, reeds (The Regarding Room)
Michiel van Dijk, reeds (Debris & Alchemy)
Erik-Jan de With, reeds
Anton van Houten, trombone
Joey Marijs, percussion
Pete Harden, guitars
Saskia Lankhoorn, piano
Tom Gelissen, sound & recording


Guest musicians:
Kate Moore, organ (Debris & Alchemy)
Michaela Riener, organ (Debris & Alchemy)


Debris & Alchemy recorded by Micha de Kanter
Mixed and produced by Tom Gelissen
Artistic direction, Pete Harden
Design by Duel (www.studioduel.nl)


The Regarding Room recorded on 17 July 2009, Debris & Alchemy recorded on 3 December 2011 at the Orgelpark, Amsterdam.
This recording was made possible with financial support from Haags Toptalent & Stichting Venancio.

2011. All rights reserved. Unauthorised copying, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of this record prohibited.

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Dutch ensemble playing only the newest of new music. We've got saxes, trombone, guitars, keys and stuff we like hitting!

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