Nobody Move / Various: Nobody Move

Nobody Move / Various SKU: 39334909
Nobody Move / Various: Nobody Move

Nobody Move / Various: Nobody Move

Nobody Move / Various SKU: 39334909

Format: CD

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Description

Title: Nobody Move
Artist: Nobody Move / Various
Label: Avie
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 822252240122
Genre: Pop

Pianist Sarah Bob is a passionate and trailblazing advocate of the music of our time who has introduced the music of dozens of living composers to the world. '... nobody move... ' is a collection of works by six award-winning composers whom Sarah commissioned for the Boston-based New Gallery Concert Series which she founded 20 years ago. Her exuberance and exactitude are common threads tying together the album's diverse musical dialects, from Jonathan Bailey Holland's evocative chord clusters in The Intimacy of Harmony to Curtis K. Hughes' electro-acoustic Avoidance Tactics #1 and his varied suite of miniatures, vestibulations; from the late Lee Hyla's energetic Solo Cadenzas from his large-scale orchestral work My Life on the Plains, lovingly arranged by Sarah Bob, to David Rakowski's cheeky 'Mind the Gap #18,' tender 'Wayo' and edgy 'Ghepardo;' from Shaw Pong Liu's powerful 'Never Has Been Yet,' which sets Langston Hughes' poem 'Let America Be America Again;' to Randall Woolf's fearlessly virtuosic title track. '... nobody move... ' is a striking album that ranges from in your face to contemplative moods, entertaining the ears of contemporary music lovers and novices alike.

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