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David Felder: BoxMan

> Stuck-Stucke - No. 1. Fiery, very aggressive
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 2. Effervescent
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 3. Afire, intense
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 4. Perky
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 5. Mechanically! - incessant
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 6. Relentless, pesante
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 7. Animated
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 8. Lyric, espressivo
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 9. Chorale-still
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 10. Bubbly
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 11. Exagerrated, muscular, tutti non-arpeggio
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 12. Stuck
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 13. Airy, suddenly light
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 14. Like breathing, still, no vibrato
> Stuck-Stucke - No. 15. Ultra-delicate, lyric, connected-matched
> Memento Mori - Memento Mori
> partial [dist]res[s]toration - I. a pura sol esribo…
> partial [dist]res[s]toration - II. I remember, I remember Memory the great pretender
> partial [dist]res[s]toration - III. I sing…
> partial [dist]res[s]toration - IV. because I sing…
> partial [dist]res[s]toration - V. …and because I sing
> partial [dist]res[s]toration - VI. Ris de ton nom…
> partial [dist]res[s]toration - VII. Die Felder sind grau
> BoxMan - BoxMan

Album Summary

>Felder, David : Stuck-stücke, for string quartet
>Felder, David : Memento Mori, for chorus
>Felder, David : Partial [dist]res[s]toration, for ensemble
>Felder, David : BoxMan, for trombone
Performer Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

The four compositions here might seem very disparate: a string quartet; a piece for unaccompanied choir; a sextet with electronic ambience; and finally a trombone solo in which the electronic interventions come right into the foreground. On listening, however, the differences begin to dissolve, leaving behind them the outlines of a distinct creative personality. One feature they share is fearlessness; another is their rhythmic dynamism and another is the containment of rhythmic and harmonic tensions in small motifs. David Felder, has long been recognized as a leader in his generation of American composers. His works have been featured at many of the leading international festivals for new music and he earns continuing recognition through performance and commissioning programs.



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Works Details

>Felder, David : Stuck-stücke, for string quartet
  • Running Time: 15 min. 30 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Felder, David : Memento Mori, for chorus
  • Running Time: 9 min. 3 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Felder, David : Partial [dist]res[s]toration, for ensemble
  • Conductor: James Birth]
  • Ensemble: New York New Music Ensemble
  • Running Time: 15 min. 29 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Felder, David : BoxMan, for trombone
  • Performer: Miles Anderson (Trombone)
  • Running Time: 12 min. 47 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary