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Tim Parkinson: Pleasure Island

Read "Pleasure Island" reviewed by John Eyles


Tim Parkinson has been composing since 1994 and has a discography including a couple of highly-regarded Wandelweiser albums featuring two piano pieces from 2006 and 2007, played by Philip Thomas, and a twelve-part cello piece from 2004, played by Stefan Thut. But the LP Pleasure Island is said by the recording company Slip to be “his ...

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Circles and Landscapes

Label: Another Timbre
Released: 2016
Track listing: In Memoriam Cornelius Cardew (1993); Circular Music No. 5 (2011/2012); Extended Circular Music No. 2 (2014); Pianist, Alone (2) (2010/2012); Miniature in Five Parts (2014); Extended Circular Music No. 9 (2014/2015).

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Philip Thomas / Jürg Frey: Circles and Landscapes

Read "Circles and Landscapes" reviewed by John Eyles


When the Swiss clarinetist and composer Jürg Frey was celebrated as Composer in Residence at the 2015 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, pianist Philip Thomas wrote of him, “Jürg Frey the composer is inseparable from Jürg Frey the composer. To understand his music is to know that underlying each event, each phrase, each rest, each relationship, is ...

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New Compositions From Huddersfield On Another Timbre

Read "New Compositions From Huddersfield On Another Timbre" reviewed by John Eyles


Soon after Another Timbre was inaugurated in autumn 2007, its proprietor Simon Reynell said, “My interest in contemporary classical music has continued alongside my passion for improv, so I was very clear that I wanted Another Timbre to cover both areas. However I soon discovered that most classical music is prohibitively expensive to bring to disc, ...


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