℗ 2015 MicroFest Records
Released October 30, 2015
Duration 57m 50s
Record Label MicroFest Records
Catalogue No. MF3
Genre Classical (Instrumental)
 

Beyond 12: Reinventing the Piano, Vol. 1

Aron Kallay

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Echoes of Nothing  
1.1
I. Nothing
Kyle Gann; Aron Kallay
9:03
1.2
II. Something
Kyle Gann; Aron Kallay
3:56
1.3
Alien Warp Etude
Isaac Schankler; Aron Kallay
4:06
1.4
Ostinato Quasi Octatonica
Aaron K. Johnson; Aron Kallay
5:51
1.5
Lament (Version for Microtonal Piano)
John Schneider; Aron Kallay
6:55
1.6
Barstow Bagatelle
Tom Flaherty; Aron Kallay
8:04
1.7
Mbira (or In Cage with Adams)
Vera Ivanova; Aron Kallay
3:43
Color Variations  
1.8
I. 22-Tone Indian Shruti Scale
Jason Francesco Heath; Aron Kallay
2:45
1.9
II. Xenakis Byzantine Liturgical
Jason Francesco Heath; Aron Kallay
3:08
1.10
III. Al-Farabi-Greek
Jason Francesco Heath; Aron Kallay
3:20
1.11
All the Pretty Colours of the Rainbow
Brian Shepard; Aron Kallay
6:59
Beyond Twelve from Grammy-nominated pianist Aron Kallay uses state-of-the-art physical modelling technology to break free from the constraints of the traditional piano keyboard which has not changed in nearly 200 years. The album presents works from eight of America’s most visionary composers who were given two ground rules for these commissions: the keyboard must be retuned and remapped. Kallay recorded the works using the Pianoteq virtual piano, software that employs a physical model to simulates properties and behaviours of real acoustic pianos.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – MicroFest Records Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-4.71
-15.81 to -0.50
-27.67
-40.62 to -20.72
13
12 to 15
1
I. Nothing
-12.63-35.4114
2
II. Something
-2.68-23.7013
3
Alien Warp Etude
-3.07-27.0513
4
Ostinato Quasi Octatonica
-0.50-20.7212
5
Lament (Version for Microtonal Piano)
-0.73-24.0913
6
Barstow Bagatelle
-0.50-21.7412
7
Mbira (or In Cage with Adams)
-0.50-22.8313
8
I. 22-Tone Indian Shruti Scale
-15.81-40.6215
9
II. Xenakis Byzantine Liturgical
-6.97-33.0215
10
III. Al-Farabi-Greek
-7.89-33.2815
11
All the Pretty Colours of the Rainbow
-0.50-21.9012

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