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The Great Hunt

Alex Wand

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The Great Hunt  
No. 1. The Cool Tombs
Alex Wand; Alex Wand
No. 2. Grass
Alex Wand; Alex Wand
No. 3. The Great Hunt
Alex Wand; Alex Wand
No. 4. Passersby
Alex Wand; Alex Wand
No. 5. Under the Harvest Moon
Alex Wand; Alex Wand
No. 6. New Weather
Alex Wand; Alex Wand
No. 7. Timesweep
Alex Wand; Alex Wand
No. 8. Jug
Alex Wand; Alex Wand
No. 9. The Great Cool Calm
Alex Wand; Alex Wand
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    26:07
Grammy Award-winning musician and composer Alex Wand presents The Great Hunt, a song cycle based on poems by American poet Carl Sandburg. Performed by members of the experimental ensembles Partch and wild Up, Wand's music channels Sandburg's rustic, haunting tone by juxtaposing melodies inspired by American folk music with microtonal harmonies, extended harp techniques and Sprechstimme performed by vocalist Laura Jean Anderson.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MicroFest Records Studio Masters

Recorded September 16th and 21st, 2015 at Pinnacle College in Alhambra, California.
Recording Engineer: Brian Saia
Mixing: John Baffa, Brian Saia
Mastering: John Baffa, TV Tray Studio
Artwork: Ruah Edelstein

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