This album introduces another series of remix albums - Chamber Works. Each of these themes are arranged to suit chamber ensembles - such as one would see in concert settings. Much of the inspiration for these arrangements comes from my experience with 20th Century music, minimalism, post minimalism, etc - subjects that I studied deeply during my university days. There is a lot to uncover here, including references to Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Samuel Barber, and more. This album was challenging to put together, both from an arrangement and logistical standpoint. All of the musicians did an amazing job, and they deserve all the praise you can give them!'
This album introduces another series of remix albums - Chamber Works. Each of these themes are arranged to suit chamber ensembles - such as one would see in concert settings. Much of the inspiration for these arrangements comes from my experience with 20th Century music, minimalism, post minimalism, etc - subjects that I studied deeply during my university days. There is a lot to uncover here, including references to Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Samuel Barber, and more. This album was challenging to put together, both from an arrangement and logistical standpoint. All of the musicians did an amazing job, and they deserve all the praise you can give them!'
811576031981

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Format: CD
Label: MCOL
Rel. Date: 03/20/2020
UPC: 811576031981

Chamber Works: Nier Automata (Dig)

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DISC: 1

1. Emil's Shop (Feat. the Game Brass)
2. Vague Hope - Cold Rain (Feat. Videri String Quartet)
3. Pascal
4. Copied City
5. Mourning (Feat. Ethereal String Orchestra)
6. Alien Manifestation
7. The Sound of the End

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This album introduces another series of remix albums - Chamber Works. Each of these themes are arranged to suit chamber ensembles - such as one would see in concert settings. Much of the inspiration for these arrangements comes from my experience with 20th Century music, minimalism, post minimalism, etc - subjects that I studied deeply during my university days. There is a lot to uncover here, including references to Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Samuel Barber, and more. This album was challenging to put together, both from an arrangement and logistical standpoint. All of the musicians did an amazing job, and they deserve all the praise you can give them!'