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Raymond Deane: Noctuary

Hugh Tinney

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Noctuary, Book 1  
1.1
I. Minerva's Owl
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
4:18
1.2
II. Versipel
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
2:18
1.3
III. Duskiss
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
4:41
1.4
IV. Nachtfalter
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
2:37
1.5
V. Mezzotint
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
5:20
1.6
VI. ...hitherandthithering...
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
3:37
Noctuary, Book 2  
1.7
VII. Eine Trauerweide…
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
3:19
1.8
VIII. Terzengang
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
3:38
1.9
IX. Night Watches
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
5:21
1.10
X. Cereus
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
5:19
1.11
XI. Lunar Boogie
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
2:47
1.12
XII. Couchant
Raymond Deane; Hugh Tinney
4:03
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    47:18
Prize-winning pianist Hugh Tinney presents this world premiere recording of celebrated Irish composer Raymond Deane's cycle of night pieces for piano. Recorded to mark the composer's 60th birthday in 2013, Noctuary takes influence from the Cereus drawings by artist Renate Debrun used in the album's artwork. Featuring two books of six movements each, Noctuary offers a varied, vivid and atmospheric representation of the dead of night. Tinney performs Noctuary with panache and dedication, creating a dramatically lucid and eloquent nocturnal sound world.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Classics Studio Masters

Recorded in Studio 1, Radio Centre, RTÉ, Dublin on 22 & 23 October 2013
Producer & Editor: Adam Binks
Engineer: Thomas Norton
Steinway Model D maintained by Paul Wade
Recorded at 24-bit / 96kHz resolution
Cover image: Cereus I by Renate Debrun

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