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Blackbird Redux

Duo Zuber

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Kembang Suling  
I. Bali
Gareth Farr; Duo Zuber
II. Japan
Gareth Farr; Duo Zuber
III. South India
Gareth Farr; Duo Zuber
Le merle noir, I/37 (Arr. G. Zuber for Flute & Marimba)
Olivier Messiaen; Greg Zuber; Duo Zuber
Amores Montuños
William Susman; Duo Zuber
Assobio a Játo (Arr. G. Zuber for Flute & Marimba)  
I. Allegro non troppo
Heitor Villa-Lobos; Greg Zuber; Duo Zuber
II. Adagio
Heitor Villa-Lobos; Greg Zuber; Duo Zuber
III. Vivo
Heitor Villa-Lobos; Greg Zuber; Duo Zuber
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    40:45
Belarca Records presents Blackbird Redux, a new duo album by New York-based artists Patricia Zuber, flute and Greg Zuber, marimba. Blackbird Redux is a program of 20th and 21st century music from New Zealand, France, the US, and Brazil. Music on the album is composed by Gareth Farr, Olivier Messiaen, William Susman and Heitor Villa-Lobos with arrangements of the Messiaen and Villa-Lobos by Greg Zuber. The music of Susman and the arrangements of Messiaen and Villa-Lobos are world premiere recordings. Patricia Zuber performs regularly with the Met Opera, Santa Fe Opera and many other renown ensembles in New York. Greg Zuber is principal percussion with the Met Opera Orchestra and teaches at Juilliard and the Verbier Festival. Duo Zuber has performed at numerous festivals throughout the US.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Belarca Studio Masters

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