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Balter / Saunier

Ensemble Dal Niente, Deerhoof

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No. 1. Credo
Marcos Balter; Ensemble Dal Niente; Deerhoof
4:48
2
No. 2. Parallel Spaces
Marcos Balter; Ensemble Dal Niente; Deerhoof
2:33
3
No. 3. Ready
Marcos Balter; Ensemble Dal Niente; Deerhoof
3:19
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No. 4. True/False
Marcos Balter; Ensemble Dal Niente; Deerhoof
1:50
5
No. 5. Home
Marcos Balter; Ensemble Dal Niente; Deerhoof
3:51
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No. 6. Cherubim
Marcos Balter; Ensemble Dal Niente; Deerhoof
2:42
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No. 7. Rapture
Marcos Balter; Ensemble Dal Niente; Deerhoof
4:25
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Pois que nada que dure, ou que durando
Marcos Balter; Ensemble Dal Niente
4:52
9
Deerhoof Chamber Variations
Greg Saunier; Ensemble Dal Niente
20:40
Total Playing Time    49:00
"... (Balter and Deerhoof) each represent the aesthetic triumph of the 21st century vogue for crossing genres ... together, they are unstoppable ... flawlessly performed and gorgeously recorded ... both composers are at their most accessible here ... we can treasure this record of their collaboration, a credit to the respective discographies of any one of these thrilling musical artists."
- WQXR-FM

This intriguing recording captures a unique powerhouse collaboration between the Chicago-based 22-piece contemporary classical group Ensemble Dal Niente and San Francisco indie rock band Deerhoof on works by Brazilian composer Marcos Balter and Deerhoof drummer Greg Saunier.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – New Amsterdam Studio Masters

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