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Steve Reich: Double Sextet, Radio Rewrite

Ensemble Signal, Brad Lubman

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Double Sextet  
1
I. Fast
Steve Reich; Ensemble Signal; Brad Lubman
8:17
2
II. Slow
Steve Reich; Ensemble Signal; Brad Lubman
6:57
3
III. Fast
Steve Reich; Ensemble Signal; Brad Lubman
6:39
Radio Rewrite  
4
I. Fast
Steve Reich; Ensemble Signal; Brad Lubman
4:05
5
II. Slow
Steve Reich; Ensemble Signal; Brad Lubman
3:23
6
III. Fast
Steve Reich; Ensemble Signal; Brad Lubman
3:30
7
IV. Slow
Steve Reich; Ensemble Signal; Brad Lubman
3:40
8
V. Fast
Steve Reich; Ensemble Signal; Brad Lubman
3:10
Total Playing Time    39:41
"One of the most vital groups of its kind."
- The New York Times

Following their internationally acclaimed recording of Steve Reich's 1974-76 masterpiece Music For 18 Musicians, Ensemble Signal and Brad Lubman present two recent pieces by the composer: Double Sextet from 2007 and Radio Rewrite from 2012 - strong, tuneful, energetic, tightly made works.
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