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Ryan Muncy

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1
Saxony
James Tenney; Ryan Muncy
26:52
2
Mouthpiece XXIV
Erin Gee; Ryan Muncy; Ross Karre
6:43
3
Gray Faces
David Reminick; Ryan Muncy
5:52
4
masked by likeness
Morgan Krauss; Ryan Muncy
9:35
5
Largo calligrafico / "patientiam"
Evan Johnson; Ryan Muncy
9:13
6
Pre-Amnesia
Lee Hyla; Ryan Muncy
2:22
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:37
On ism, saxophonist Ryan Muncy resurrects one of the instrument’s forgotten masterpieces alongside a diverse collection of newer works which continue to highlight the saxophone's increasingly prominent role in new music. James Tenney’s Saxony, a 27 minute arch that traverses the entire saxophone family in a harmonic vocabulary, showcases Muncy’s ability as an improviser, storyteller and remarkably versatile musician. Percussionist Ross Karre makes a guest appearance on Erin Gee’s Mouthpiece XXIV.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Tundra Studio Masters

Engineered, edited, mixed and mastered by Ryan Streber at Oktaven Audio
Produced by Ryan Muncy, Ryan Streber and Joshua Rubin (track 1)
Recorded on June 29 - 30, 2015
Design by Simon Arizpe

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