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Huib Emmer - Modern Compositions album mp3

  • Performer: Huib Emmer
  • Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Classical
  • Title: Modern Compositions
  • Released: 2006
  • Style: Modern, Contemporary, Contemporary Jazz
  • MP3 version size: 1399 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1785 mb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 806

Description

Overview . Discography .

Huib Emmer: Singing the Pictures, Crawling up the Wall, Memory Drums и другие песни.

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Huib Emmer ‎– Modern Compositions. Label: Ikzi ‎– ikzi CD001. Format: CD. Country: Netherlands. The specific playing style of these musicians, with whom I have worked since the 1970s, has left its imprint on the compositions. You could even say that I did not produce these pieces single-handedly. My collaboration with writer Ken Hollings also fits this context. He wrote the libretto for our opera Bethlehem Hospital, and since then we have worked on a range of projects, including Glorious Stranger.

Huib Emmer composes instrumental music and is a performer of electronic music. He has demonstrated over the years that there are many facets to his music. He graduated from the Royal Conservatory in The Hague in the mid-1970s, having been taught composition by Jan van Vlijmen. His work has been performed by many ensembles and orchestras, both in the Netherlands and abroad.

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1986 Bloed en Olie for tenorsax (Peter van Bergen) and electric guitar (Huib Emmer). Commissioned by the Rotterdam Art Foundation 1986-1988 Bethlehem Hospital William Blake In Hell opera in 3 acts-libretto by Ken Hollings. 2001 Modern Impulses for flute ( Ann Laberge) and live electronics.

Compositions is the fourth album by American R&B/soul singer Anita Baker. The album peaked at on the US Billboard 200 and was certified platinum in 1990, making it Baker's third platinum selling album. The album also won the Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance at the 1991 Grammy Awards. Compositions would be the last album and collaboration between Baker and producer Michael J. Powell. Talk to Me" (Baker, Vernon Fails, Michael Powell) - 5:03.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Camera Obscura
Electronics – Gerard Bouwhuis, Huib EmmerPiano – Gerard Bouwhuis
25:00
2 Glorious Stranger
Bass Clarinet – Peter van BergenBass Guitar – Patricio WangElectronics – Huib EmmerPercussion – Johan FaberPiano – Gerard BouwhuisSoprano Saxophone – Peter van BergenText By – Ken HollingsVibraphone – Johan FaberVoice – Janine Pranger
22:30
3 Blue Distance
Electronics – Huib EmmerTenor Saxophone – Peter van Bergen
15:59
4 Lake Disappointment 10:02

Notes

The pieces on this CD evolved quite separately and yet, with hindsight, you can detect several fundamental similarities. One of the core themes running through how I compose is combining written notation with electronic sounds, which developed when I started working with electronics in 1992. It is an extremely rich and relatively unexplored terrain, opening up the discovery of a great wealth of new spaces.
Another important aspect is the close cooperation I have with the musicians I write for. The specific playing style of these musicians, with whom I have worked since the 1970s, has left its imprint on the compositions. You could even say that I did not produce these pieces single-handedly. My collaboration with writer Ken Hollings also fits this context. He wrote the libretto for our opera Bethlehem Hospital, and since then we have worked on a range of projects, including Glorious Stranger. The close cooperation with certain musicians links back to my pop background when I played in bands.