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The Stone People

Lisa Moore

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1.1
Tukiliit
John Luther Adams; Lisa Moore
7:13
1.2
Ishi's Song
Martin Bresnick; Lisa Moore
8:58
1.3
Compassion
Julia Wolfe; Lisa Moore
7:42
1.4
Among Red Mountains
John Luther Adams; Lisa Moore
11:53
1.5
Orizzonte
Missy Mazzoli; Lisa Moore; Missy Mazzoli
5:19
1.6
Sliabh Beagh
Kate Moore; Lisa Moore
12:39
1.7
Nunataks
John Luther Adams; Lisa Moore
7:41
1.8
Earring
Julia Wolfe; Lisa Moore
1:48
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    63:13
The Stone People from acclaimed Australian pianist Lisa Moore features works by composers Martin Bresnick, Missy Mazzoli, Kate Moore, Julia Wolfe and John Luther Adams, whose piece Tukiliit is subtitled The Stone People Who Live in the Wind. Moore’s decision to focus on this work became the organizing principle for the rest of this recording, on which she brings a fully charged sense of rhythm, mysticism and adventure. By turns meditative, mysterious, tumultuous and tender, The Stone People presents Moore at the height of her transformative powers.
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