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Tim Parkinson: Pleasure Island

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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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New releases from Jürg Frey, Clara de Asis and Stefan Thut

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If you were told that a record label's latest batch of three albums were by Jürg Frey, Clara de Asis and Stefan Thut, and then asked to identify the label, which one would you be most likely to choose? Many in-the-know music fans might be likely to opt for Another Timbre or maybe Wandelweiser or INSUB, ...

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Two contrasting releases from Stefan Thut

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Swiss composer and cellist Stefan Thut was born in 1968. Trained at the Lucerne Conservatory then at Boston University School of Music, he is now based in the Swiss canton of Solothurn. After experiences in new and experimental music, improvisation and noise he started composing, writing scores. A member of the Wandelweiser group, as ...


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