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Almost every story about minimal or repetitive music starts with the triumvirate Steve Reich, Philip Glass and Terry Riley. Each in their own way, paved the way for one of the most exciting and thriving movements in music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Minimal music has been an inspiration for Eric Sleichim since the 1980s. Today, BL!NDMAN's demarche towards the renewal of early music finds more than ever a connection with Reich, Glass and Riley whose works draw inspiration from the oldest polyphonic techniques.In this programme, BL!NDMAN offers a sampling of the exceptional timbres generated by his unique line-up: with his saxophone, string and percussion quartet, piano, electric guitar, tubax and electronics, BL!NDMAN conjures up a 21st-century orchestral sound. The solo works combine the virtuosity of the soloists with the use of electronic doubling, while in the tutti works, the instrumentation and powerful consonance of the full BL!NDMAN ensemble provide the very diverse perspectives that give full credit to these extraordinary compositions.The choice of relatively well-known and, above all, lesser-known works by the three icons of repetitive music gives raison d'être to a triple album that will be released on April 14th 2023.
Almost every story about minimal or repetitive music starts with the triumvirate Steve Reich, Philip Glass and Terry Riley. Each in their own way, paved the way for one of the most exciting and thriving movements in music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Minimal music has been an inspiration for Eric Sleichim since the 1980s. Today, BL!NDMAN's demarche towards the renewal of early music finds more than ever a connection with Reich, Glass and Riley whose works draw inspiration from the oldest polyphonic techniques.In this programme, BL!NDMAN offers a sampling of the exceptional timbres generated by his unique line-up: with his saxophone, string and percussion quartet, piano, electric guitar, tubax and electronics, BL!NDMAN conjures up a 21st-century orchestral sound. The solo works combine the virtuosity of the soloists with the use of electronic doubling, while in the tutti works, the instrumentation and powerful consonance of the full BL!NDMAN ensemble provide the very diverse perspectives that give full credit to these extraordinary compositions.The choice of relatively well-known and, above all, lesser-known works by the three icons of repetitive music gives raison d'être to a triple album that will be released on April 14th 2023.
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DISC: 1

1. Nagoya Marimbas
2. Cello Counterpoint: Movement I
3. Cello Counterpoint: Movement II
4. Cello Counterpoint: Movement III
5. New York Counterpoint: Movement I
6. New York Counterpoint: Movement II
7. New York Counterpoint: Movement III
8. Triple Quartet: Movement I
9. Triple Quartet: Movement II
10. Triple Quartet: Movement III
11. Electric Counterpoint: Movement I
12. Electric Counterpoint: Movement II
13. Electric Counterpoint: Movement III
14. Music in Fifths
15. Music in Contrary Motion: Cell 1-10
16. Music in Contrary Motion: Cell 11-14
17. Music in Contrary Motion: Cell 15-18
18. Music in Contrary Motion: Cell 19-20
19. Music in Contrary Motion: Cell 21-22
20. Music in Contrary Motion: Cell 23
21. Music in Similar Motion
22. Music with Changing Parts: Part 1
23. Music with Changing Parts: Part 2
24. The Tuning Path
25. Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band
26. In C: Part 1
27. In C: Part 2
28. In C: Part 3
29. In C: Part 4
30. In C: Part 5
31. In C: Part 6

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Almost every story about minimal or repetitive music starts with the triumvirate Steve Reich, Philip Glass and Terry Riley. Each in their own way, paved the way for one of the most exciting and thriving movements in music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Minimal music has been an inspiration for Eric Sleichim since the 1980s. Today, BL!NDMAN's demarche towards the renewal of early music finds more than ever a connection with Reich, Glass and Riley whose works draw inspiration from the oldest polyphonic techniques.In this programme, BL!NDMAN offers a sampling of the exceptional timbres generated by his unique line-up: with his saxophone, string and percussion quartet, piano, electric guitar, tubax and electronics, BL!NDMAN conjures up a 21st-century orchestral sound. The solo works combine the virtuosity of the soloists with the use of electronic doubling, while in the tutti works, the instrumentation and powerful consonance of the full BL!NDMAN ensemble provide the very diverse perspectives that give full credit to these extraordinary compositions.The choice of relatively well-known and, above all, lesser-known works by the three icons of repetitive music gives raison d'être to a triple album that will be released on April 14th 2023.
        
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