Los Angeles Percussion Quartet: Rūpa-khandha

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Los Angeles Percussion Quartet: Rūpa-khandha

Catalogue No:

DSL92150

Discs:

2

Release date:

27th Feb 2012

Barcode:

0053479215024

Length:

61 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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Los Angeles Percussion Quartet: Rūpa-khandha


Guinivan:

Ritual Dances

Heim:

Rūpa-khandha

Holmes, Jeffrey:

Occasus

Pereira, J:

Repoussè


Los Angeles Percussion Quartet

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Sono Luminus is proud to release this first major studio release by the Los Angeles Percussion Quartet, Rūpa-khandha, as it promises a fantastic listening experience. As one of the new percussion recordings produced in surround sound, the listener is placed among a sonic landscape of sublime, visceral, and exotic percussion instruments, with the full force of the quartet’s technique and artistry applied in interpreting four evocative, award-winning, and never before recorded works. Considering the combination of hundreds of individual instrumental colors and the LAPQ’s formidable talent, Rūpa-khandha promises to be among the most sophisticated and aurally stunning recordings of percussion chamber music. The package will be a 2-disc set, containing a Blu-ray™ Surround Sound disc as well as a standard CD.

The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet is Matthew Cook, Justin DeHart, Eric Guinivan, and Nick Terry. Since 2008, the LAPQ have endeavored to champion the percussion-focused music of California’s great maverick composers, in addition to actively collaborating with tomorrow’s promising new artists from around the globe. Throughout California, the LAPQ have delighted audiences with fresh interpretations from the standard percussion ensemble repertoire, and many of their newly commissioned works have received awards from the FROMM Foundation, Theodore Presser Foundation, Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), and the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).

The LAPQ have presented concerts and educational events at such distinguished series as the Monday Evening Concerts, April in Santa Cruz, Pasadena Arts Council, L.A. Composer’s Project, and Music & Conversations; as well as numerous universities, including the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, University of Southern California, California Institute of the Arts, Occidental College, Chapman University, University of California Santa Cruz, and California State University Sacramento, East Bay, and Bakersfield.

Eric Guinivan: Ritual Dances

I. Processional

II. Circle Dance

III. Sparrow Dance

IV. Parasol Dance

V. Sword Dance

Sean Heim: Rupa-khandha

Rupa-khandha

Joseph Pereira: Repousse

I. Volume

II. Gouache

III. Impasto

IV. Monochrome

Jeffrey Holmes: Occasus

Occasus

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