℗ 2017 New Focus Recordings
 

Philippe Manoury: The Book of Keyboards

Third Coast Percussion

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Le livre des claviers  
1.1
I. 6 Thai Gongs, 2 Marimbas
Philippe Manoury; Third Coast Percussion
1:24
1.2
II. Marimba Duo
Philippe Manoury; Robert Dillon; David Skidmore
6:32
1.3
III. Sixxen
Philippe Manoury; Third Coast Percussion
3:03
1.4
IV. Vibraphone Solo
Philippe Manoury; Peter Martin
7:24
1.5
V. 6 Thai Gongs, 2 Marimbas
Philippe Manoury; Third Coast Percussion
2:37
1.6
VI. Sixxen
Philippe Manoury; Third Coast Percussion
6:31
Métal  
1.7
Métal
Philippe Manoury; Third Coast Percussion
22:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    49:48
Grammy Award-winning ensemble Third Coast Percussion presents works by French composer Philippe Manoury on this release. The centrepiece is the six-part Le livre des claviers (The Book of Keyboards), a work which explores sound through the use of marimba, vibraphone, Thai gongs, and the unusual sixxen, a metallophone for six players invented by composer Iannis Xenakis. Complimenting this is the hypnotic Métal, expertly performed by the members of Third Coast.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – New Focus Recordings Studio Masters

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