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George Lewis: The Will to Adorn

International Contemporary Ensemble

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1
The Will to Adorn
George Lewis; International Contemporary Ensemble; Steven Schick
14:21
2
Shadowgraph, 5
George Lewis; International Contemporary Ensemble
5:15
3
Artificial Life 2007
George Lewis; International Contemporary Ensemble
4:58
Born Obbligato  
4
I. —
George Lewis; International Contemporary Ensemble; David Fulmer
6:44
5
II. —
George Lewis; International Contemporary Ensemble; David Fulmer
2:59
6
III. —
George Lewis; International Contemporary Ensemble; David Fulmer
3:26
7
IV. —
George Lewis; International Contemporary Ensemble; David Fulmer
3:55
8
V. —
George Lewis; International Contemporary Ensemble; David Fulmer
1:30
9
VI. —
George Lewis; International Contemporary Ensemble; David Fulmer
5:48
10
In Memoriam Albert Lee Murray
Thomas Jefferson Anderson; George Lewis
3:09
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    52:05
Modern music pioneer George Lewis incorporates many facets of his musicianship in his compositions and his collaboration with the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) documented here underlines the wide net that he casts. The recording opens with the title track, a boisterous and colourful ensemble work that manifests exuberance through explosive, embellished lines, glitchy off-kilter grooves and subtly shaded microtonal chords. Born Obbligato was written for ICE as a companion piece to Beethoven’s Septet Op. 20 and borrows structural and textural ideas from Beethoven, adding percussion to the fourth movement. The album closes with Lewis’s performance of T.J. Anderson’s In Memoriam Albert Lee Murray, composed in honour of a writer and colleague of Anderson.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Tundra Studio Masters

Engineers: Silas Brown (track 1), Ross Karre (track 2 - 3), Jessica Slaven (tracks 4 - 6, 8 - 9), George Lewis (track 7), Ryan Streber (track 10)
Recording locations:
Track 1 Miller Theatre, Columbia University, NY, NY
Track 2 Roulette, Brooklyn, NY
Track 3 Preston Bradley Hall, Chicago Cultural Center
Track 4 - 6, 8 - 9 Abrons Arts Center
Track 7 Clark Studio Theatre, Lincoln Center, NY
Track 10 Oktaven Audio, Mt. Vernon, NY

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