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TIME

Jess Gillam

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1.1
Early Morning Melody (Transcr. Parkin for Soprano Saxophone)
Meredith Monk; Jess Gillam
0:59
1.2
Dappled Light
Luke Howard; Jess Gillam; Jess Gillam Ensemble; Leif Kaner-Lidström; Elsa Bradley; Laurie Anderson; Gabriella Swallow; Sam Becker
4:12
1.3
Suspirium (Arr. Rimmer)
Thom Yorke; Benjamin Rimmer; Jess Gillam; Jess Gillam Ensemble; Leif Kaner-Lidström; Roberts Balanas; Laurie Anderson; Gabriella Swallow
3:51
1.4
Truman Sleeps (Arr. Parkin)
Philip Glass; Simon Parkin; Jess Gillam; Jess Gillam Ensemble; Elsa Bradley; Roberts Balanas; Michael Jones; Laurie Anderson; Matthew Sharp; Sam Becker
2:41
1.5
Bubble Gun (Arr. Ross)
Anna Meredith; Jack Ross; Jess Gillam; Jess Gillam Ensemble; Elsa Bradley; Roberts Balanas; Michael Jones; Oscar Holch; Alistair Vennart; Matthew Sharp; Gabriella Swallow; Sam Becker; Sam Wilson
3:35
1.6
Where the Bee Dances
Michael Nyman; Jess Gillam; Aurora Orchestra; Nicholas Collon
16:37
1.7
Orbit
Will Gregory; Jess Gillam; Jess Gillam Ensemble; Elsa Bradley; Roberts Balanas; Michael Jones; Laurie Anderson; Gabriella Swallow; Sam Becker
4:21
1.8
Venus as a Boy (Arr. Metcalfe)
Björk; John Metcalfe; Jess Gillam; Ben Dawson; Roberts Balanas; Michael Jones; Oscar Holch; Alistair Vennart; Matthew Sharp; Gabriella Swallow; Sam Becker; John Metcalfe
4:05
1.9
On the Nature of Daylight (Arr. Mackay)
Max Richter; Elspeth Mackay; Jess Gillam; Jess Gillam Ensemble; Roberts Balanas; Michael Jones; Laurie Anderson; Eoin Schmidt-Martin; Matthew Sharp; Gabriella Swallow
6:21
1.10
Melody for Saxophone No. 10
Philip Glass; Jess Gillam
2:04
1.11
Retrograde (Arr. Rimmer / Maydew)
James Blake; Alexander Maydew; Benjamin Rimmer; Jess Gillam; Jess Gillam Ensemble; Oscar Holch; Rowena Calvert; Sam Becker; Lysandre Ménard
3:42
1.12
Transit of Venus
Joby Talbot; Jess Gillam; Jess Gillam Ensemble; Elsa Bradley; Leif Kaner-Lidström; Roberts Balanas; Michael Jones; Laurie Anderson; Matthew Sharp; Sam Becker
4:18
1.13
Emerald and Stone (Arr. Lawson)
Brian Eno; Jon Hopkins; Leo Abrahams; Geoff Lawson; Jess Gillam; Jess Gillam Ensemble; Alasdair Malloy; Elsa Bradley; Olivia Jageurs; Roberts Balanas; Michael Jones; Laurie Anderson; Matthew Sharp; Sam Becker
2:19
Total Playing Time    59:05
Following her debut album RISE, which reached No.1 in the Classical charts, Classic BRIT Award-winning saxophonist Jess Gillam’s second album TIME is being released through Decca Classics. With a range of styles, moods and influences, the album is designed to reflect the arc of energy within the passing of a day, giving the listener a moment to immerse themselves in an oasis of sound and reflection.

Curated by Jess herself, the album’s music is inspired by minimalism, and at the heart is Michael Nyman’s virtuosic ‘Where the Bee Dances’ concerto (recorded at Abbey Road with the Aurora Orchestra and Nicolas Collon), which Jess performed in her BBC Young Musician 2016 final. Framed around this are shorter tracks from pioneering and genre-breaking artists, including two brand new commissions from pianist and composer Luke Howard, and Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory.

Collaboration is a key component of the album; many of the tracks were refined in the studio with the Jess Gillam Ensemble, made up of Jess’ musician friends, and with the composers and arrangers themselves. Jess is forging a new path in classical music, and this album features experimentation with sounds, with instruments such as Glass Harmonica, Bass Synth, Fender Rhodes piano and Bass Guitar woven into some of the arrangements.

“We have constant cycles all around us: the earth orbiting around the sun, the day passing, an hour passing and I think sometimes we forget to stop and look at where we are. The music on this album will reflect one of these cycles: from sleeping, to waking, to working, moving, reflecting and sleeping.”
- Jess Gillam
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca Music Group Studio Masters

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