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Love Songs

by: Peter Garland

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0702397801221
Item Dimensions: 3550021575
Label: TZADIK RECORDS
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: TZADIK RECORDS
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: February 22, 2005
Publisher: TZADIK RECORDS
Release Date: February 22, 2005
Studio: TZADIK RECORDS




Disc 1:
  1. Coyote's Bones (Last Piece) For Violin, Piano, Bass Marimba: For William Winant
  2. Coyote's Bones (Last Piece) For Violin, Piano, Bass Marimba: Coyote's Bones (In Memoriam William Colvig)
  3. Matachin Dances: Dance No. 1
  4. Matachin Dances: Dance No. 2
  5. Matachin Dances: Dance No. 3
  6. Matachin Dances: Dance No. 4 (The Dance Of Death - To The Memory Of John Lennon)
  7. Matachin Dances: Dance No. 5 (Corcovi - Night Bird)
  8. Matachin Dances: Dance No. 6
  9. Love Songs For Violin, Piano, Marimbula, Maracas: When The Rain Comes - Black Sands (Cha-Cha-Cha) - 'Que Me Muero De Amor...' (Chanson Trouvere) - Maria Candelaria (Interlude) - Leaves, Turning (Coda)
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Product Description:
Love Songs documents the long musical and personal association, dating back to 1971, between composer Peter Garland and the incredible percussion virtuoso William Winant. Produced by Winant, this CD features two pieces written expressly for him, and a new recording of the classic Matachin Dances, composed for Malcolm Goldstein back in 1980. Another beautiful CD of romantic, melodic minimalism by a composer who has championed Conlon Nancarrow, Paul Bowles, Lou Harrison, Dane Rudhyar, Sylvestre Revueltas, and who bravely carries their legacy forward.



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