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CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Robin Hayward: Stop Time

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In his native Manchester, England, tuba player and composer Robin Hayward had originally studied classical music before he became involved in London's growing improvisation culture in the mid to late 1990s. Hayward then moved to Berlin to engage with the more open musical culture among younger, like-minded artists. His restless curiosity and inventiveness began to peak in that environment. As Hayward became more interested in the tuba as a solo instrument, he experimented extensively with extended techniques, microtonality ...

CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Ferran Fages, Robin Hayward, Nikos Veliotis: Tables and Stairs

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Recorded in June 2010, Tables and Stairs captures an informal trio concert that took place in an Athens apartment at the conclusion of the city's TOT1.0 festival. The trio consists of Ferran Fages, from Barcelona, on sine waves, Robin Hayward, from Berlin, on microtonal tuba, and Athenian Nikos Veliotis on cello, the first time that the three had played together. The music consists of one continuous piece lasting just under thirty-two minutes. Although not sub-divided into tracks, it ...