℗ 2016 Toccata Classics
 

Cristina Spinei: Music for Dance

Voxare String Quartet, Pala Garcia, Joan Plana, Amanda Verner, Aleisha Verner, Sari De Leon Reist, Colleen Phelps, St. Michel Strings, José Serebrier

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1
From
Cristina Spinei; Voxare String Quartet
6:46
2
Perspectives
Cristina Spinei; Pala Garcia; Joan Plana; Amanda Verner; Aleisha Verner
6:56
3
Meet Me Under the Clock
Cristina Spinei; Sari De Leon Reist; Colleen Phelps
6:51
4
Some Breaking
Cristina Spinei; Voxare String Quartet
15:12
5
Bootleg Sugar Lips
Cristina Spinei; Pala Garcia; Joan Plana; Amanda Verner; Aleisha Verner
16:27
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    52:12
The Voxare String Quartet and several soloists honour young Nashville-based composer Cristina Spinei, a Latin Grammy nominee who remains consistently in high demand by choreographers, musicians and film directors. The works on this recording were all composed for dance and include four string quartets, a duet for cello and percussion and a piece for string orchestra, all of them gently mesmeric, like an unhurried ritual, yet pulsing with rhythmic energy that conveys the American minimalist tradition.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Toccata Classics Studio Masters

Recorded at Oktaven Audio, Yonkers, New York, on 8 November 2009 (Some Breaking), 22 December 2010 (From), 13 May 2012 (Perspectives and Bootleg Sugar Lips), at The Bomb Shelter, Nashville, Tennessee, on 3 February 2016 (Meet Me Under The Clock) and at Mikaeli Hall, Mikkeli, Finland, on 7 October 2011 (Synched)
Recording engineers: Ryan Streber (quartets), Nate Nelson (Meet Me Under The Clock) and Matti Heinonen (Synched)
Producers: Cristina Spinei (quartets, Meet Me Under The Clock) and Laura Heikinheimo (Synched)
Booklet notes: Cristina Spinei
Cover photograph: Mick Leonardi
Cover design: David M. Baker (david@notneverknow.com) Typesetting and lay-out: KerryPress, St Albans
Executive producer: Martin Anderson

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