℗ ℗ 2019 New Focus Recordings
 

Plastic Facts

New Thread Quartet

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Test
Michael Djupstrom; New Thread Quartet
8:46
2
Ser
Marcelo Lazcano; New Thread Quartet
6:15
3
Plastic Facts
Anthony Gatto; New Thread Quartet
6:28
4
Harmonixity
Richard Carrick; New Thread Quartet
10:44
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    32:13
New Thread Quartet is an “adventurous, rule-breaking” (NewMusicBox) saxophone quartet who focuses on working closely with composers, from students to established professionals, to bring life to today’s compositional voices. Plastic Facts is the group’s debut album, highlighting their extended collaborations with composers in music that explores the intricacies of extended techniques on the saxophone and the unique sound worlds available to this ensemble, underpinned by the quartet’s virtuosic ensemble playing.

New Thread Quartet shines throughout with their skill and deft ability to make extended techniques purely expressive in this album, reaping the dividends paid through their close collaboration with each composer.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – New Focus Recordings Studio Masters

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