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Oceans Eat Cities

Voxare String Quartet, Neil Rolnick, Jennifer Choi, Kathleen Supové

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Oceans Eat Cities  
1.1
I. No Change in Carbon Emissions, RCP 8.5
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Voxare String Quartet
8:20
1.2
II. Maximum Change in Carbon Emissions, RCP 2.6
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Voxare String Quartet
7:51
Mirages  
1.3
I. In the Desert
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick
3:32
1.4
II. On the Water
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick
3:15
1.5
III. On the Highway
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick
5:54
Deal With The Devil  
1.6
I. Section 1
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Jennifer Choi; Kathleen Supové
2:31
1.7
II. Section 2
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Jennifer Choi; Kathleen Supové
5:07
1.8
III. Transition 1
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Jennifer Choi; Kathleen Supové
1:37
1.9
IV. Section 3
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Jennifer Choi; Kathleen Supové
5:11
1.10
V. Transition 2
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Jennifer Choi; Kathleen Supové
1:35
1.11
VI. Section 4
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Jennifer Choi; Kathleen Supové
5:01
1.12
VII. Transition 3
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Jennifer Choi; Kathleen Supové
1:36
1.13
VIII. Section 5
Neil Rolnick; Neil Rolnick; Jennifer Choi; Kathleen Supové
4:44
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:14
Composer Neil Rolnick pioneered the use of computers in musical performance, beginning in the late 1970s. His music has been performed worldwide and appears on 21 recordings. The recipient of numerous awards, residencies, and commissions, his music often explores combinations of digital sampling, interactive multimedia, and acoustic vocal, chamber, and orchestral ensembles. He developed the first integrated electronic arts graduate and undergraduate programs in the US at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's iEAR Studios, where he was a professor for 32 years. The three works on this recording include one for string quartet with computer; a work for piano and laptop computer; and a work for violin, piano, and laptop computer.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Albany Records Studio Masters

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