Jane Champan - Wired - Works For Harpsichord And Electronics (CD, Album)

Download Jane Champan - Wired - Works For Harpsichord And Electronics (CD, Album)
Label: NMC (3) - D145 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Classical • Style: Contemporary, Experimental


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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Wired: Works for Harpsichord and Electronics - Jane Chapman on AllMusic -
  2. Wired - Works for Harpsichord and Electronics. NMC: NMCD Buy CD or download online. Jane Chapman (harpsichord)Price: $
  3. In the words of the Wall Street Journal: "Jane Chapman is one of Britain's most distinguished classical harpsichordists, with a repertoire that stretches from early music to contemporary avant-garde. Her work is rapidly bringing the harpsichord into the 21st century and .
  4. Wired - Works For Harpsichord And Electronics / Ja with Chapman, Jane, Uduman, Sohrab on CD. Order from your preferred classical music CD store - .
  5. Compact disc. Program and biographical notes in English (15 p.: ports.) inserted in container. Performer(s): Jane Chapman, harpsichord ; Paul Dibley, Mike Vaughan, Sohrab Uduman, Paul Whitty, electronics. Event notes: Recorded Sept. at City University (2nd work), and July and Nov. at Oxford Brookes University (remainder). Description.
  6. Jane Chapman (harpsichord) About 'Wired' was developed by the Sonic Art Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University to explore the unique cultural resonance of the timbre of the harpsichord from its sixteenth-century origins to its appropriation by avant garde composers of the twenty-first century and the position that it occupies in this recording as a subject for experiment and transformation.
  7. The works on this disc were recorded in July and November at Oxford Brookes University by Paul Dibley, except Track 2 (James Dillon: birl) which was recorded by Paul Fretwell at City University in September They were performed on a harpsichord after Blanchet made by David Rub.
  8. Described in The Independent on Sunday. as ‘Britain’s most progressive harpsichordist’, Jane Chapman is at the forefront of creating, inspiring and discovering new music for harpsichord.. She has premiered over solo, chamber and electroacoustic works worldwide, and researched and recorded important musical sources from the 17th and 18th centuries on original instruments, such as the.

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