Wolfe / Blankenburg / Filiano: An Inventory of Damaged Goods

Wolfe / Blankenburg / Filiano: An Inventory of Damaged Goods

Wolfe / Blankenburg / Filiano: An Inventory of Damaged Goods

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Title: An Inventory of Damaged Goods
Artist: Wolfe / Blankenburg / Filiano
Label: Furious Artisans
UPC: 600116681829
Genre: Classical Artists

The music of Richard Cameron-Wolfe is not intrinsically abstract, instead residing in various realms of non-abstraction - each composition's seed-ideas emanating from an extra-musical impulse. Here we find, for example, psychodrama (three micro-operas), sound-portraits (Inventory, Lilith), esoteric symbolism, and ritual processes - all articulated in macro- and micro-structures based on the irrational elasticity of the prime-number series. The repertoire of this release brings together musicians from New York City and Los Angeles - eight outstanding performing artists with a deep understanding of contemporary music styles, vocabularies, and rhetoric. In addition, Cameron-Wolfe's long-time friend, the distinguished actor Kevin Kline, makes a special "under the radar" guest appearance as poet-narrator in the micro-opera Sound-Shroud.


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