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SIG 207

Metcalfe: Works for Solo Cello and Electronics

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2010

Recorded in 24 Bit / 48Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Matthew Barley

cello and electronics

Ashley Wass

piano

Venue:

The Home Studio



Producer:

Raphael Mouterde



Engineer:

Mike Hatch


Matthew Barley



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Chamber


Mechanical music

Total Time - 58:12
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JOHN METCALFE

(b. 1946)
   
 

Tracing The Outline

21:24  
1 Movement 1 2:53
2 Movement 2 4:21
3 Movement 3 3:06
4 Movement 4 4:29
5 Movement 5 2:54
6 Movement 6 3:41
   
7 

Constant Filter

6:39
   
 

Kite

9:10  
8 Appear 1:25
9 Land 2:25
10 Centre 1:08
11 Parsal 1:58
12 Tree 2:14
 Ashley Wass piano
13 

Lonely Bay

7:16
   
14 

As She Fell

5:12
   
15 

The Appearance of Colour

8:31


Mathew Barley is internationally known as cellist, improvisor, arranger, music animateur and Artistic Director of Between the Notes. His musical world is focused on projects that connect people in different ways, blurring the boundaries that never really existed between genres and people. A key aspect of his recitals is mixing repertoire in unusual ways, pairing Bach suites with jazz, electronica and improvisation and he is particularly interested in music for cello and electronics. This is Matthew’s second release for Signum Records, following The Dance of The Three Legged Elephants, which garnered a 5 star review from BBC Music Magazine.

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Andy Gill

The Independent



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