- Title:Frieze/Static Form/Division
- Style:Contemporary, Modern, Experimental, Minimal
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1516 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1454 megabytes
- Size WMA version1345 megabytes
- Formats:MPC MOD WAV MP4 WMA AAC MPC
frieze/static form/division by Ian Vine, released 08 July 2014 1. frieze 2. static form 3. division frieze for acoustic guitar & electronics composed 11&12 June 2013, recorded February 2014 recorded in one take static form for electric guitar & live electronics recorded in one take with no overdubs composed & recorded 20 July 2013 division for 9 electric guitars & electronics composed 18 September 2013, recorded 20 September 2013 Analogue remaster by Stephan Mathieu total time: - "I get the feeling I should have known Vine's work, . .Brian Olewnick, Just Outside "Frieze/Static Form/Division is composer-guitarist Ian Vine’s tripartite essay into immersive sound for acoustic or electric guitar and electronics.
Ian Vine is the composer of over 5000 individual works and other pieces. supported by 4 fans who also own frieze/static form/division. That is how immensity sounds brice05. supported by 4 fans who also own frieze/static form/division back. pulling and tugging through innre time - a longing for continuance; a timeless remembrance in the darkness of a failing memory. fixing moments which are monuments. this album is a saturnine velvet laid across the listener’s mind
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Ian Vine (born 3 January 1974 in Portsmouth) is a British composer. Vine spent his formative years in Libya and Hong Kong. He studied composition at the Royal Northern College of Music with Anthony Gilbert (b. 1934, UK) and privately with Simon Holt (b. 1958, UK). One can detect traces of Near and Far Eastern modalities as well as gestural and formal elements in his music. Ian Vine is described as 'one of the most striking new voices to have come to light' (The Guardian), his music is performed across Europe and has been broadcast worldwide. Ian Vine is the artistic director of new music ensemble Radius. white river sand (2002) - large ensemble.
|IV1401||Ian Vine||Frieze/Static Form/Division (CDr, Album)||Not On Label (Ian Vine Self-released)||IV1401||UK||2014|