Album Remarks & Appraisals:
A former student of Boulanger and Berio, Noah Creshevsky has been creating expressive and exhilarating electroacoustic compositions since 1971. Using an extended, all-inclusive sound palette, Creshevsky deconstructs familiar bits of words, songs and instrumentals, and reconstructs them into striking new formal aggregates. This special Tzadik release features a wide range of Creshevsky's utterly original sound world, and includes several pieces for voice and electronics. Human yet superhuman, real yet hyperreal, this is some of the most mind-bending electronic music around.
Personnel: Noah Creshevsky (electronics); Chris Mann (vocals); Beth Griffith, Martha Cluver (soprano); Al Margolis (clarinet).
Audio Mixer: Tom Hamilton.
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