Music for Percussion
BEN LEEDS CARSON Music for Percussion TROY1225 - Price: $16.99
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We offer a recording dedicated to composer Ben Leeds Carson's music for percussion.

A is for Azimuth and Arnica, for found objects and found texts, is a collection of six activities, written for San Francisco-based percussionist Chris Froh, with additional versions by Yarn/Wire members Ian Antonio and Russell Greenberg, and for Geneva Prize winner Aiyun Huang. The title of the second work, Mediations, Tenors, a duo for marimba with metal and vibraphone with wood, refers to the psalm-tone recitation formula of medieval chant. The work of Ben Carson, Associate Professor of Music at the University of California, Santa Cruz, has been recognized at numerous and international festivals of new chamber music, experimental music, and improvisation.
Contents:
Ben Leeds Carson, composer
A is for Azimuth and Arnica
Chris Froh, Ian Antonio, Russell Greenberg, Aiyun Huang, percussion

Ben Leeds Carson, composer
Mediations, Tenors
Ian Antonio, Russell Greenberg, percussion

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