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To Let

Jack McNeill

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1.1
Requiem (To Let), Pt. 1 (Version for Bass Clarinet & Tape)
Jack McNeill; Michael Wolters
10:53
1.2
My Young Love Said To Me
Jack McNeill
1:10
1.3
Requiem (To Let), Pt. 2 (Version for Bass Clarinet & Tape)
Jack McNeill; Michael Wolters
6:47
1.4
As She Stepped Away From Me
Jack McNeill
1:03
1.5
Requiem (To Let), Pt. 3 (Version for Bass Clarinet & Tape)
Jack McNeill; Michael Wolters
17:07
1.6
The People Were Saying
Jack McNeill
1:02
1.7
Requiem (To Let), Pt. 4 (Version for Bass Clarinet & Tape)
Jack McNeill; Michael Wolters
10:16
1.8
Last Night She Came To Me
Jack McNeill
1:07
1.9
Requiem (To Let), Pt. 5 (Version for Bass Clarinet & Tape)
Jack McNeill; Michael Wolters
10:43
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:08
Jack McNeill is a clarinettist, composer and cross-discipline musician interested in exploring the points where different traditions and sound worlds meet. On this contemporary album, McNeil features Michael Wolters' piece for Bass Clarinet and Tape, "Requiem: To Let".
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Birmingham Record Company Studio Masters

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