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Sonia Hammond

Latest album with Charlie Beresford Circle Inside the Folds was released in the spring of 2019.

Sonia was classically trained at Birmingham school of Music and Royal College of Music cellist and has since forged an eclectic freelance career. She has recorded with Chloe Goodchild, Barb Jungr, Babysnakes and Ennui and played in venues ranging from the rooftops of Timbuktu to the Camphill Communities of UK and Europe. She is currently principal ‘cellist of both the Brecknock and St Woolos Sinfonia's also playing regularly with her Castalia and Peregrine String Quartets and the Radnor Improvisers

Circle inside the Folds

Label: The 52nd
Released: 2019
Track listing: Homage To Opus 8; Submerged; Apparat Waltz; Mosquito Machinery; Adjust The File; Something Against The Hull; Order Of Odonata.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fourth Page: Live Wales - Hungary

Read "Live Wales - Hungary" reviewed by John Eyles

Live Wales--Hungary comprises in-concert recordings from gigs at Cwm Gwilym School House, Powys, Wales and Jazzaj, Lumen, Budapest, Hungary during a November 2018 tour. For the tour, Fourth Page's established core quartet of guitarist-vocalist Charlie Beresford, pianist Carolyn Hume, bassist Peter Marsh and drummer Paul May was expanded to a quintet or sextet by the addition ...

Each Edge of the Field

Label:
Released: 2017
Track listing: 01 Calling the Corvids 02 At the Moment it Broke 03 Each Edge of the Field 04 Wire Fence 05 Campanulae 06 Vyalt O7 The Weathering Yard 08 Oracle of Strangeness 09 Crow

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Beresford Hammond: Each Edge of the Field

Read "Each Edge of the Field" reviewed by John Eyles

Each Edge of the Field is the third part of a very appealing trilogy of albums, following in the footsteps of The Science of Snow (The 52nd, 2015) and The Lightning Bell (The 52nd, 2016). Where the latter album added pianist Carolyn Hume and guest vocalist Judie Tzuke alongside the former's duo of guitarist & pianist ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Beresford Hammond Hume: The Lightning Bell

Read "The Lightning Bell" reviewed by John Eyles

The Lightning Bell is the second release on the label co-founded by Charlie Beresford and Canadian photographer Gaëna Da Sylva, The 52nd. Those familiar with Beresford's previous work will find that this album builds on it and explores new territory. The label's inaugural release, The Science of Snow, featured the duo Beresford Hammond which paired Beresford's ...

The Science of Snow

Label: The52nd
Released: 2014
Track listing: 01 The Science of Snow 02 Marking the Hillside 03 Headless Bluebell 04 Snow Blindness 05 Scratching the Sky 06 Gecko 07 Inside and Outside the Head 08 The Path, the Bridge and the Otherside

The Lightning Bell

Label: The52nd
Released: 2014
Track listing: 1.Call the Time 04:11 2.Feather War Cast 09:43 3.Then the Cloud Comes 05:57 4.The Heavy Branch 07:18 5.Laid Bare 08:16 6.As if All was Within 06:47 7.In the Dark Hours 08:37 8.The Last Port 09:22

Sonia Hammond

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: 1.Prelude 02:57 2.Allemande 04:38 3.Courante 03:04 4.Sarabande 03:10 5.Minuets 1 and 2 03:29 6.Gigue 01:53 7.Sarabande from Suite no.2 04:08


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