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In Sonorous Falling Tones

Derek Charke, WIRED!, Mark Hopkins

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In Sonorous Falling Tones  
1.1
I. In Circles
Derek Charke; Derek Charke; WIRED!; Mark Hopkins
5:40
1.2
!I. In Sonorous Falling Tones
Derek Charke; Derek Charke; WIRED!; Mark Hopkins
9:00
1.3
III. In Tempest
Derek Charke; Derek Charke; WIRED!; Mark Hopkins
3:43
1.4
Lachrymose
Derek Charke; Derek Charke
8:38
What Do the Birds Think?  
1.5
I. Places Soon Remembered
Derek Charke; WIRED!; Mark Hopkins
5:50
1.6
II. What Do the Birds Think? - III. Untitled - IV. Isolated Places - V. Nostalgia - Goodbye - We Are Going
Derek Charke; WIRED!; Mark Hopkins
11:53
1.7
VI. Migration
Derek Charke; WIRED!; Mark Hopkins
5:16
1.8
Warning! Gustnadoes Ahead
Derek Charke; Derek Charke
6:11
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:11
This energetic recording of two works by Canadian composer Derek Charke is performed by Charke himself with conductor Mark Hopkins and their own ensemble, WIRED! Praised for his inventive and dramatic compositional style, Charke’s In Sonorous Falling Tones is an engaging milestone in this award-winning composer’s career.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Centrediscs Studio Masters

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