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Harbour

Label: RedShift
Released: 2020
Track listing: Allemande (2012); Harbour (2015); Late Winter (for the left hand) (2019); Yellow Bird (2019); Darkness… Pines (2010); Adagio (2019).

Album

Redshift

Label: nusica.org
Released: 2020
Track listing: Arrival; Paul; 44.2; Consolation Prize; Endnote; Triad Tune; Remember When; Tooch-Taach; Time Lapse; John My Beloved.

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Article: Album Review

Anna Höstman, Cheryl Duvall: Harbour

Read "Harbour" reviewed by John Eyles


When the Another Timbre label issued the ten albums of its Canadian Composers Series in two batches in 2017-18, including releases by Linda Catlin Smith, Cassandra Miller and Lance Austin Olsen among others, the reaction of some Canadians was that the genie had been let out of the bottle and more Canadian composers were sure to ...

Album

Redshift

Label: Cornerstone Records Inc.
Released: 2011

Album

Upper Level Open Space

Label: RedShift
Released: 2000
Track listing: 1. Stardaze at the Summit (9:40), 2. 14,000 Feet (3:43), 3. Infinite Visions (6:55), 4. Guadalupe from Sierra Diablo (5:56), 5. Alpine Aquarium (4:21), 6. Sundog (8:07), 7. Acadia (6:37), 8. Enchanted Rock (5:26), 9. Mountain of God (10:41)

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Article: Album Review

Fonya: Upper Level Open Space

Read "Upper Level Open Space" reviewed by Michael Askounes


Fonya’s Upper Level Open Space is the sixth release from an extremely talented composer and performer named Chris Fournier, a performer who not only composed and arranged all the tracks on the release but also plays every single note of sound on the CD as well. The artist’s style adroitly combines the best qualities of both ...


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