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The Crossroads Project

Fry Street Quartet

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Rising Tide  
1.1
I. H2O (The Source of Life)
Laura Kaminsky; Fry Street Quartet
6:15
1.2
II. Bios
Laura Kaminsky; Fry Street Quartet
5:39
1.3
III. Forage
Laura Kaminsky; Fry Street Quartet
3:27
1.4
IV. Societas
Laura Kaminsky; Fry Street Quartet
7:06
String Quartet No. 4 "Emergence"  
1.5
I. Radiant
Libby Larsen; Fry Street Quartet
3:43
1.6
II. Reactive
Libby Larsen; Fry Street Quartet
4:02
1.7
III. Rage
Libby Larsen; Fry Street Quartet
5:09
1.8
IV. Resolve
Libby Larsen; Fry Street Quartet
4:33
1.9
V. Reverence
Libby Larsen; Fry Street Quartet
3:39
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    43:33
The Crossroads Project was conceived and developed jointly by physicist Dr. Robert Davies and the Fry Street Quartet and blends science, performance art and the imagery of our ever-changing planet. The ensemble commissioned two composers, Grammy winner Libby Larsen and Laura Kaminsky, to create musical landscapes which speak to the crisis of an imminently unsustainable human world and move the listener toward a meaningful response. Dr. Davies says the project isn't necessarily intended to convert the unconverted but rather to instigate change amongst those who already are in tune with the issue of sustainability. It's about convincing people who already believe we have these problems to start behaving like it.
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Tracks 1 - 4 recorded February 10, 2014 at the Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center, Purchase College, Purchase NY Produced and engineered by Judith Sherman Assistant engineer and editing assistant: Jeanne Velonis Tracks 5 - 9 recorded on September 28, 2015 at the Caine Performance Hall, Utah State University, Logan UT Produced and engineered by Jamey Lamar Mastered by Judith Sherman Executive producer: Bob Lord Executive A&R: Sam Renshaw A&R: Brandon MacNeil Audio director: Jeff LeRoy Production engineer: Nate Hunter Art and production director: Brett Picknell Graphic design: Emily Roulo Artwork (R): Rebecca Allan Tomyhoi Glacier (Mount Baker), 2007, acrylic and peel collage on paper, 9 inches diameter Artwork (L): Holocene Tondino, 2008, acrylic and peel collage on paper, 6 inches diameter Marketing manager: Morgan MacLeod

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