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LEWIS, ANDREW - Miroirs obscurs

Format: DVD-A
Label & Cat.Number: Empreintes Digitales IMED 0789
Release Year: 2007
Note: DVD audio, stereo & 5.1 & DVD-ROM with documents; first album for this composer from Wales
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"Penmon Point was realized in the winter 2002-03 in the Electroacoustic Music Studios of Bangor University (Wales, UK) and premiered on March 22, 2003 during the Electric Spring Festival in Huddersfield (UK). It was awarded First prize at the 5th Concurso Internacional de Msica Eletroacstica de So Paulo (CIMESP 03, Brazil). Penmon Point was recorded on the compact disc Msica Maximalista / Maximal Music 10: V CIMESP 2003 in 2004.

Llanddwyn Skies was realized in the spring and early summer 2003 in the Electroacoustic Music Studios of Bangor University (Wales, UK) and was premiered on October 30, 2003 in Powis Hall, Bangor University (Wales, UK). It was also presented on February 13, 2004 during the Rien voir (15) concert series at Espace GO in Montral.

Benllech Shells was realized in the summer 2003 in the Electroacoustic Music Studios of Bangor University (Wales, UK); the 5.1 version was realized in 2007 in the same studios. Benllech Shells premiered on October 30, 2003 in Powis Hall, Bangor University (Wales, UK).

Cable Bay was realized in April 1999 in the studios of the Institut international de musique lectroacoustique de Bourges (IMEB, France), with preparatory work undertaken in 1998 in the studios of Bangor University (Wales, UK) and premiered on May 29, 1999 as part of Synthse, the Festival international de musique lectroacoustique de Bourges (France). The piece was commissioned by the IMEB. Cable Bay was awarded First Prize at the Concurso Internacional ARTS XXI in 2001 in Valencia (Spain).

Danses acousmatiques was realized in the spring and summer 2007 in the Electroacoustic Music Studios of Bangor University (Wales, UK) and premiered on October 25, 2007 at SARC in Belfast (Northern Ireland, UK). Thanks to dobroide for the pigeon and bee samples." [credits]
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