Martin Arnold - The Spit Velata

Philip Thomas (Performer), Mira Benjamin (Performer)

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Abstract

Points & Walzes (2012) – Slip Minuet (2014) – The Spit Veleta (2015) Mira Benjamin (violin) and Philip Thomas (piano) The second CD in the Canadian Composers Series contains three recent works by the Toronto-based composer Martin Arnold, played by Mira Benjamin (violin) and Philip Thomas (piano). In his introductory essay to the booklet accompanying the Canadian Composers CDs, Nick Storring quotes a comment that Arnold made about one of his earlier works, highlighting a quality which Storring feels applies to a large part of Arnold’s compositional output: "The piece is not intended to be demonstrative but rather placidly elusive; it is not meant to sound recognizably innovative but rather disorientingly (but quietly and good-naturedly) perverse."
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAnother Timbre
Editionat106
Media of outputCD
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2017

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Violin
Booklet
Minuet
Sound
Slip

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Thomas, P. (Performer), & Benjamin, M. (Performer). (2017). Martin Arnold - The Spit Velata. Digital or Visual Products, Another Timbre.
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