℗ ℗ 2017 New Focus Recordings

Jeff Herriott: The Stone Tapestry

Due East, Third Coast Percussion

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The Stone Tapestry  
Clouds Of Stone
Jeff Herriott; Due East; Third Coast Percussion
Between the Sun and the Shade
Jeff Herriott; Due East
Luminous Stones
Jeff Herriott; Due East; Third Coast Percussion
Beneath a Granite Sky
Jeff Herriott; Greg Beyer; Third Coast Percussion
Consciousness Floats into the Wind
Jeff Herriott; Due East
Wanderer Hymn
Jeff Herriott; Erin Lesser
Purification of the Stone
Jeff Herriott; Greg Beyer; Third Coast Percussion
Lament of the Stone
Jeff Herriott; Due East; Third Coast Percussion
Draping the Walls with Ice
Jeff Herriott; Third Coast Percussion
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:10
Jeff Herriott's The Stone Tapestry is a collection of interwoven myths about origins, life cycles and the pace and significance of change. The nine section piece was written for Due East and is performed here with Third Coast Percussion, ideal instrumentalists who explore the fine details in timbral shading as an archaeologist might examine an artifact. The work marries a timeless stance to sound and pacing with a very contemporary approach to timbre and instrumentation. Each movement patiently excavates a different sound world, unearthing subtleties and long structural shapes. But the sonic pairings are innovative, like the union of processed, undulating flute and bowed vibraphone in the third movement. While the resultant music is very distinct, the temporal quality of the composition is reminiscent of John Luther Adams.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – New Focus Recordings Studio Masters

Recorded at Northern Illinois University
Engineer: Dan Nichols
Mixed and mastered by Jeff Herriott
Design and layout: Scott McCormick

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