As music, however, these works are much less fascinating, for the percussion writing is of the scattershot, "try everything" variety so common in the s.
When I Mark, how does the sound compare to the CD? Does it have the same heavier reverb on Nelson's alto r channel than on the horns on the left channel? To my ear it makes the Thanks for your link to the NPR piece. Add to your wish list library. One cannot believe that it was recorded as long ago asbut this seems true for most of PentaTone's RQR issues. It uses all four channels to great effect with the listener completely surrounded by the virtuoso players of Les Percussions de Strasbourg.
The composers Miroglio and Louvier are very well placed nearby. From modern sounds by orchestral percussion instruments to seemingly sounds of tropical rainforests - you always find yourself brought to surprising new movements and sounds. Aperghis, the Les Percussions De Strasbourg East Meets West composer, is a bit apart with special sounds Les Percussions De Strasbourg East Meets West vocal intonation, too. Spatiality is reference, so you might check out your hifi systems reproduction of sound level.
In my opinion, absolutely worth hearing. Currently it's even a nice price SACD.
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