Pieces for Khon - Formal & informal music
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Reissue of 2 out-of-print works originally released on the artist's own Somnath label. Formal and Informal Music contains the title piece Formal and Informal Music (1980) and Crimson Sterling (1973) for electronics, winds and percussion, and also features JD Parran, woodwinds and saxes, and Rich O'Donnell, percussion. Pieces for Kohn is comprised of four electronic pieces, musical responses to four paintings by artist Bill Kohn. Tom Hamilton as been composing and performing for over 40 years, and his work with electronic music originated in the late-60s era of analog synthesis. Hamilton often explores the interaction of many simultaneous layers of activity, prompting the use of 'present-time listening' on the part of both performer and listener. Tom Hamilton was a 2005 Fellow of the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, and he participated in a residency at the foundation's center in Umbria. His CD London Fix received an honorary mention in the 2004 Prix Ars Electronica. His performing and recording colleagues have included Peter Zummo, Bruce Gremo, Karlheinz Essl, Bruce Arnold, Rich O'Donnell, Jonathan Haas, Jacqueline Martelle, Al Margolis, Steve Nelson-Raney, Hal Rammel, Christopher Burns, Thomas Gaudynski, Rick Aaron, Thomas Buckner, David Soldier, Bruce Eisenbeil, Richard Lerma'
Cat. number: kvist006