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Larry Hewes

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****** NEWS AND INFORMATION FROM oodiscs ***** Three new compact discs released by oodiscs featuring: contemporary chamber music of ORLANDO JACINTO GARCIA (Miami), honking, squonking, squeeling sax of TOM GURALNICK(Albuquerque) and 9 SOUTH AMERICAN COMPOSERS of electronic music.

OO #42. ORLANDO JACINTO GARCIA: Celestial Voices THE VILLAGE VOICE called him ".... an intriguing new composer." and stated "Garcia's post-Feldman aesthetic is lovely." As evidenced by this CD, the Cuban/American composer's sonic explorations continue to evoke attention. VOCES CELESTIALES features exquisite performances by a virtuoso cast including the venerable bassists Burt Turetzky, Robert Black, flutist Robert Dick, pianists Anthony deMare, Paul Hoffman and many others.

OO #44. BROKEN DANCES: Tom Guralnick Improvs for saxes augmented with an array of electronic devices, home-made mutes and hybrid winds made of cannibalized instruments and hardware store finds. Guralnick's sonic explorations evolve into an electronic stew of loops and samples. "Witty and versatile... his inventive improvisations are full of surprises and unexpected evocations..." P-FORM MAGAZINE

OO #45. FROM THE OTHER SIDE: South American Composers A survey of recent electronic music work by 9 composers from six South American countries, all in a very cosmopolitan style yet often showing traces of strong regional influences: Nicolas Suarez, Alfredo del Monaco, Antonio Russek, E. Reck Miranda, Elsa Justel, Sergio Carlos & Oscar Garcia, Alejandro Jose and Ricardo dal Farra.

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