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presence/absence

Hayden: presence/absence

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2012


Artists:

Enno Poppe


Eugene Ughetti



Elision


ensemble mosaik


Trio EKL



Venue:

Iwaki Auditorium, ABC Southbank, Melbourne, Australia


The Warehouse, London SE1


Siemensvilla, Gärtnerstrasse, Berlin



Producer:

Stephen Adams


Rainer Poellmann/ Florian Schmidt


Sam Hayden/ Rick Campion



Engineer:

Rick Campion


Borris Manych


Brendan O'Neill



Record Label
NMC

Genre:

Contemporary




Total Time - 71:52
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SAM HAYDEN

     
1 

system/error

16:23
 
     
2 

presence/absence

15:03
 
 Enno Poppe
     
3 

misguided

3:52
 
 Eugene Ughetti
     
4 

misguided: II (a)

2:28
 
 Eugene Ughetti
     
5 

misguided: II (b)

2:31
 
 Eugene Ughetti
     
6 

misguided: III

4:36
 
 Eugene Ughetti
     
7 

misguided: IV

3:52
 
 Eugene Ughetti
     
8 

misguided: V

2:50
 
 Eugene Ughetti
     
9 

Die Modularitäten

20:17
 
 Enno Poppe
     


 Hayden’s complex and arresting trio for flute, violin and percussion, system/error, is coupled with two large-scale works performed by Ensemble Mosaik and his newest work misguided written for ELISION.

 "Full of striking ideas ... an intriguing sound-world"  

 Christopher Dingle - BBC Music Magazine (Brief Notes Section) - September 2012


 "Take a deep breath and concentrate, and you’ll find that system/error is a blast. Sam Hayden has a brilliant ear – the overlapping violin, flute and percussion lines deliciously collide and converse. You’re left reeling at the fact that these rich sounds can be produced by so few players and can actually be notated" 

the arts desk.com 


"...system/error assembles three virtuoso instrumental lines, for violin, flutes and percussion into a lightning-fast mosaic; presence/absence melds a disparate quintet into a slowly changing continuum – what makes them anything but forbidding is the energy and exuberance that powers so much of Hayden’s invention..."

 
The Guardian

 "...a disc which deserves attention from all inquiring listeners for some seriously impressive music-making..." 

 
Gramophone magazine
 



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