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John Luther Adams: Lines Made by Walking

JACK Quartet

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Lines Made by Walking  
I. Up the Mountain
John Luther Adams; JACK Quartet
II. Along the Ridges
John Luther Adams; JACK Quartet
III. Down the Mountain
John Luther Adams; JACK Quartet
I. Rising
John Luther Adams; JACK Quartet
II. Crossing
John Luther Adams; JACK Quartet
III. Falling
John Luther Adams; JACK Quartet
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Total Playing Time    55:00
“Adams’s major works have the appearance of being beyond style; they transcend the squabbles of contemporary classical music.” - Alex Ross, The New Yorker The illustrious JACK Quartet perform a programme of the composer John Luther Adams on Lines Made by Walking, featuring the title composition. “I’ve always been a walker. For much of my life I walked the mountains and tundra of Alaska. More recently it’s been the Mexican desert, the altiplano, quebradas, and mountain ridges of Chile, and the hills and canyons of Montana. Making my way across these landscapes at three miles an hour, I began to imagine music coming directly out of the contours of the land." - John Luther Adams
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