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Hadal Zone, written by composer Zibuokle Martinaityte for bass clarinet, tuba, violoncello, contrabass, piano and electronics, seeks to plumb the lower ranges of these instruments, shaping a listening environment that is defined as much by sound and vibration as it is by the musical intent of the composer. Performed by the adventurous Lithuanian ensemble Synaesthesis, and featuring recorded samples of the San Francisco-based choral group Volti (conducted by Robert Geary), the hour-long work takes it's title from the scientific name for the region of the ocean that extends below 6,000 meters, where sunlight can never reach.
Hadal Zone, written by composer Zibuokle Martinaityte for bass clarinet, tuba, violoncello, contrabass, piano and electronics, seeks to plumb the lower ranges of these instruments, shaping a listening environment that is defined as much by sound and vibration as it is by the musical intent of the composer. Performed by the adventurous Lithuanian ensemble Synaesthesis, and featuring recorded samples of the San Francisco-based choral group Volti (conducted by Robert Geary), the hour-long work takes it's title from the scientific name for the region of the ocean that extends below 6,000 meters, where sunlight can never reach.
713746318222
Martinaityte / Synaesthesis - Hadal Zone

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Format: CD
Label: CANTALOUPE
Rel. Date: 06/16/2023
UPC: 713746318222

Hadal Zone
Artist: Martinaityte / Synaesthesis
Format: CD
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Hadal Zone, written by composer Zibuokle Martinaityte for bass clarinet, tuba, violoncello, contrabass, piano and electronics, seeks to plumb the lower ranges of these instruments, shaping a listening environment that is defined as much by sound and vibration as it is by the musical intent of the composer. Performed by the adventurous Lithuanian ensemble Synaesthesis, and featuring recorded samples of the San Francisco-based choral group Volti (conducted by Robert Geary), the hour-long work takes it's title from the scientific name for the region of the ocean that extends below 6,000 meters, where sunlight can never reach.
        
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