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American Aggregate

Inscape

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I. Ex Machina
Nathan Lincoln-DeCusatis; Inscape
6:32
2
II. Into Thin Air
Nathan Lincoln-DeCusatis; Inscape
6:57
3
III. The Reckoning
Nathan Lincoln-DeCusatis; Inscape
5:21
4
Wide Open Spaces
Armando Bayolo; Inscape
7:15
5
Black Bend
Dan Visconti; Inscape
6:39
6
Wordless Creatures
Julia Adolphe; Inscape
12:20
7
The Extraodinary Gryssandra Wycke
Joseph Hallman; Inscape
3:28
8
What I Decided to Keep
Stephen Gorbos; Inscape
3:19
9
The Bear and the Dove
Gregory Spears; Inscape
6:49
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:40
American Aggregate, the follow up to Inscape’s Grammy nominated debut album Sprung Rhythm, explores the rich and varied sounds of American music in the 21st century. From the mechanized world of our cities to the natural beauty of our landscapes, from the sounds of jazz and rock to indigenous folk music, the picture of contemporary classical music is revealing and diverse. The works contained here reflect American culture, landscape and environment as expressed through the distinctly American voices of seven young composers.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sono Luminus Studio Masters

Recorded at Sono Luminus, Boyce, Virginia - January 14-16, 2014
Producer: Dan Merceruio
Recording, Mixing & Mastering Engineer: Daniel Shores
Editing Engineers: Daniel Shores, Dan Merceruio
Piano Technician: John Veitch
Piano: Steinway Model D Concert Grand —#590904

Cover Photography: Strider Jordan
Session Photography: Strider Jordan
Photo of Inscape (p. 11), : Jennifer White-Johnson
Photo of Richard Scerbo (p. 12): Jennifer White-Johnson
Photo of Evan Solomon (p. 13): Jennifer White-Johnson
Photo of Nathan Lincoln-DeCusatis (p. 14): Kay Gould
Photo of Armando Bayolo (p. 15):Arielle Donneson
Photo of Dan Visconti (p. 16):SnoStudios photograph
Photo of Julia Adolphe (p. 17): Jonathan Adolphe
Photo of Joseph Hallman (p. 18): Lauren Hoagland More
Photo of Stephen Gorbos (p. 19): Emily H. Green
Photo of Gregory Spears (p. 20):Andrew Jordan
Graphic Design: Daniel Shores

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