- Performer:Michael Finnissy
- Title:Michael Finnissy: Lost Lands
- Style:Chamber Music
- Date of release:September 30, 2003
- Recording date:October 22, 2000 - September 16, 2002
- Recording location:All Saints Church, Weston, Hertfordshire, England
- Size FLAC version1294 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1916 megabytes
- Size WMA version1746 megabytes
- Formats:WAV APE AC3 MIDI MP2 MP1
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ロフィール: English composer and pianist, born March 17, 1946.
List of compositions by Michael Finnissy. The following is a partial list of compositions by Michael Finnissy. World (1968/74), for 6 voices, 2 flutes (both doubling piccolo and the second alto flute), 2 oboes (one doubling oboe d'amore, the other cor anglais), 2 clarinets (the second doubling E-flat clarinet), 2 piccolo trumpets, trombone, tuba, 3 percussionists, cimbalom, celesta, 2 pianos, harp, 2 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos, 2 double basses.
Michael Finnissy was born in Tulse Hill, London in 1946. He was a Foundation Scholar at the Royal College of Music, London, where he studied composition with Bernard Stevens and Humphrey Searle, and piano with Edwin Benbow and Ian Lake. Afterwards he studied in Italy with Roman Vlad. Finnissy created the music department of the London School of Contemporary Dance and has been an associated composer with many British Dance Companies, including London Contemporary Dance Theatre, Ballet Rambert, Strider and Second Stride
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Finnissy: Lost Lands. Virtuosic and explosive music, with a frame of reference from jazz to Kurdistan, which proves itself fully engaged with the world. It is as well recorded as ever, and offers a substantial and memorable programme. Finnissy, Michael (. 946). Finnissy: Kulamen Dilan. Finnissy: Lost Lands.
Michael Finnissy is an English composer and pianist born in Tulse Hill, London in 1946. Finnissy's own ablilities as a pianist underlie much of his compositions. A significant number of these are piano transcriptions in his very complex style which typically involves irrational musical rhythmic values, virtuosic technique (in the piano pieces) and intricate linear, rather than harmonic, textures.
CreditsGuy Cowley - Clarinet, Group Member
Michael Finnissy - Composer, Primary Artist
Philip Gibbon - Bassoon, Group Member
David Lefeber - Balance Engineer, Booklet Design, Digital Editing, Engineer, Layout Design, Producer
Andrew McNeil - Group Member, Sax (Soprano)
Darragh Morgan - Group Member, Violin
Ian Pace - Group Member, Piano
Christopher Redgate - Group Member, Oboe, Oboe d'amore
Alan Thomas - Group Member, Guitar
Topologies - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Jillian Warburton - Group Member, Percussion
Julian Warburton - Percussion
|1||Dilok, for oboe & percussion Michael Finnissy||Michael Finnissy feat: Topologies||10:06|
|2||Delal, for oboe d'amore & percussion Michael Finnissy||Michael Finnissy feat: Topologies||8:15|
|3||Kulamen Dilan, for soprano saxophone (oboe/clarinet) & percussion Michael Finnissy||Michael Finnissy feat: Topologies||13:35|
|4||Moon's goin' down, for voice or instrument Michael Finnissy||Michael Finnissy feat: Topologies||4:36|
|5||Runnin' wild, for voice or instrument Michael Finnissy||Michael Finnissy feat: Topologies||7:08|
|6||Keroiylu, for oboe, bassoon & piano Michael Finnissy||Michael Finnissy feat: Topologies||9:52|
|7||Lost Lands, for soprano saxophone, E flat clarinet, violin, guitar & piano Michael Finnissy||Michael Finnissy feat: Topologies||24:31|