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"If you’re a fan of Steve Reich’s work, you’ll certainly find this an interesting disc. If not, it may not be the best place to start... Well conceived, and very well recorded" -MusicWeb-International
All these studio works involve vast amounts of pre-recording to refine their pleasing results, none more so than Six Marimbas Counterpoint which involves five pre-recorded tracks behind a solo line. It's a hypnotic and strangely calming experience.
Liner Note Authors: Kuniko Kato ; Steve Reich .
Recording information: Nagoya University of Arts, School of Music, Nagoya, Jap (03/28/2010-03/29/2010).
Photographers: Jeffrey Herman; Michiyuki Ohba.
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