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Sea to the West

Elizabeth Hilliard

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1.1
Sea to the West
Christopher Fox; Elizabeth Hilliard; Christopher Fox
10:17
1.2
Númarímur
Linda Buckley; Elizabeth Hilliard; Linda Buckley
12:39
1.3
Phonology Garden
Gráinne Mulvey; Elizabeth Hilliard; Gráinne Mulvey
10:26
1.4
Magnification
Christopher Fox; Elizabeth Hilliard; Christopher Fox
10:57
1.5
Eternity Is Now
Gráinne Mulvey; Elizabeth Hilliard
4:08
1.6
Logic Ballad No. 2, "The Guarded Tourist Makes the Guide the Test"
David Bremner; Elizabeth Hilliard
20:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:07
On her debut album, Irish soprano Elizabeth Hilliard features works for voice and electronics by British and Irish composers, demonstrating the wide range of styles and structures available even within the solo vocal genre. Of course the programme also offers an opportunity to enjoy Hilliard's exquisite and virtuosic singing, performing music which is both exploratory and individualistic but also attractive and sensuous. On some pieces she is accompanied by discreet electronic sounds and overdubs of her own voice.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Metier Studio Masters

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