Notes & Reviews:
Ring Triptych is an electronic/acoustic composition by French composer Albert that was inspired by the contemporary artwork of British painter Storey. Conceived as collaborative fusion of music, art and dance, Ring Triptych premiered in the church of the Jacobins in Agen, France in May of 2008. A complete studio recording of the work is presented here for the first time. The circumstances surrounding this unique recording are a fascinating tale of friendship, creativity and collaboration.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Nano Studio, Agen, France.
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Works DetailsBenoît Albert : Ring Triptych, for guitar & electronics
- Performers: Benoît Albert (Electronics); Benoît Albert (Guitar)
- Running Time: 44 min. 57 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary