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WEEKS, J.: TIDE (Apartment House)

WEEKS, J.: TIDE (Apartment House)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Apartment House

Ensemble

James Weeks

Soloist

Christopher Redgate

Soloist

Anton Lukoszevieve

Soloist

Andrew Sparling

Soloist

Apartment House

Chamber

Venue:

Coombehurst Studio, Kingston University, London, United Kingdom

Venue

Record Label
Metier

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 89:10
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WEEKS, J.: TIDE (Apartment House)

     
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JAMES WEEKS

     
1 

TIDE (complete version)

31:17
 Apartment House Ensemble
     
2 

Burnham Air

12:21
 Christopher Redgate Soloist
     
3 

Tide*

14:11
 Anton Lukoszevieve Soloist
     
4 

Sky

31:21
 Andrew Sparling Soloist
 James Weeks Soloist
     


TIDE is a composite of pieces for three solo instruments (clarinet, oboe d’amore and cello) - newly composed by James Weeks. It is given here on Track 1 and the three solo works are on tracks 2 - 4 Each is in its own right a virtuoso piece and played by leading instrumentalists Andrew Sparling (Clarinet), Christopher Redgate (oboe d’amore) and Anton Lukoszevieze (cello). Both individually and together these compositions create a fascinating sound world which seem to be born of nature. 

“ There’s obviously something procedural going on in this music, probably more than two or three things at once ... The piece is composed as series of waves, of dynamic, of pitch, of rhythm, of tessitura, of density, and so on. Waves of one sort or another overlap, producing cascading effects of beating patterns and interferences ... for all its superficial simplicity this isn’t music that is easily summarised. The more one listens, the more one is impressed at how much variety Weeks has built in to what began as such simple inspiration.” 

Tim Rutherford-Johnson - The Rambler


Weeks’ own music clearly resonates in empathy with the composers he likes to programme. Tide is a composite composition – the gradually unfolding canonic energy fields of the clarinet piece anchors everything else ... composed beginnings trigger a structural labyrinth,”

Philip Clark - The Wire




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