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Underwater Princess Waltz

by Zwerm

Underwater Princess Waltz by Zwerm

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Underwater Princess Waltz

by Zwerm

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Label: New World Records
Here, the guitar quartet plays "one-page pieces" by modern composers. But these aren't all miniatures! (Writing on a single page can be done with traditional notation or else "graphic" scoring.) The results are varied: Joel Ford's "Gauss Cannon" is pure post-minimalism; Clinton McCallum's "round round down" brings in the complexity-metal grind. Alvin Curran's countrified tunes (the title track and "Waltzing With Her") are a nice surprise. Older works (see "Burdocks" and "December 1952") get new takes, but the big draws are less familiar items, like Larry Polansky's "Tween (K-Tood #2)."

About This Album

Here, the guitar quartet plays "one-page pieces" by modern composers. But these aren't all miniatures! (Writing on a single page can be done with traditional notation or else "graphic" scoring.) The results are varied: Joel Ford's "Gauss Cannon" is pure post-minimalism; Clinton McCallum's "round round down" brings in the complexity-metal grind. Alvin Curran's countrified tunes (the title track and "Waltzing With Her") are a nice surprise. Older works (see "Burdocks" and "December 1952") get new takes, but the big draws are less familiar items, like Larry Polansky's "Tween (K-Tood #2)."

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About This Album

Here, the guitar quartet plays "one-page pieces" by modern composers. But these aren't all miniatures! (Writing on a single page can be done with traditional notation or else "graphic" scoring.) The results are varied: Joel Ford's "Gauss Cannon" is pure post-minimalism; Clinton McCallum's "round round down" brings in the complexity-metal grind. Alvin Curran's countrified tunes (the title track and "Waltzing With Her") are a nice surprise. Older works (see "Burdocks" and "December 1952") get new takes, but the big draws are less familiar items, like Larry Polansky's "Tween (K-Tood #2)."