℗ 2017 New Focus Recordings
 

Sift

Transient Canvas

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1.1
Sift
Daniel T. Lewis; Transient Canvas
10:32
1.2
Dirty Water
Tina Tallon; Transient Canvas
6:38
1.3
Vestibule III
Curtis K. Hughes; Transient Canvas
8:21
1.4
Purge
John Murphree; Transient Canvas
5:22
1.5
Nostalgia Variations
Adam Roberts; Transient Canvas
20:02
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    50:55
Clarinet and marimba duo Transient Canvas—comprised of Amy Advocat and Matt Sharrock—present their debut release, Sift. Innovators in contemporary music, the duo have commissioned numerous new works for their unique combination of instruments, several of which are presented on the present album. Combining commissions from composers Daniel T. Lewis, Tina Tallon, Curtis Hughes, John Murphree, and Adam Roberts, this is an engaging exploration of timbre and the musically possibilities made real by these two instruments when performed by such consummate artists as Advocat and Sharrock.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – New Focus Recordings Studio Masters

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