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Discoveries on Tracker Action Organs

Label: Emanem
Released: 2017
Track listing: Quiet Fanfare; Proceeding with Caution; Air in a G Pipe; Poco a poco; Fair with Ground; Tripartite; Numerous Discoveries.

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Veryan Weston: Discoveries on Tracker Action Organs

Read "Discoveries on Tracker Action Organs" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Nativo della Cornovaglia (1950) ma trasferitosi a Londra poco più che ventenne (1972), Veryan Weston, generalmente dedito al pianoforte, si rivolge in questo tutto sommato singolare album all'organo a canne, riunendovi sette improvvisazioni di durate anche molto dissimili (dai 2'48" della prima ai 24 dell'ultima) effettuate in sette chiese e sette città diverse nel marzo 2014. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Veryan Weston: Discoveries on Tracker Action Organs

Read "Discoveries on Tracker Action Organs" reviewed by John Eyles

This new solo album from keyboardist Veryan Weston was recorded in May 2014 on tracker action organs in seven churches located around England. The recordings here document some of the preparatory research that Weston did ahead of a tour of churches with tracker action organs. That tour involved Weston plus violinist Jon Rose and cellist Hannah ...


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