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2015
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Peter Adriaansz, Enclosures
Label: Ergodos
also with Saskia Lankhoorn and Ensemble Klang
Last piece: Enclosures recorded in 2008 by Trio Scordatura (with Bob Gilmore)
Mixing and mastering by Johan Vandermaelen, Aaigem, Belgium

2014
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Phill Niblock, Brazil 84
Label: Mode Records, Mode 273
RRP:
Track listing:
1. Three Orchids (Orchestra of the SEM Ensemble cond. Petr Kotik)
2. Tow by Tom (Nelly Boyd, Trio Scordatura)
3. Three Orchids (Trio Scordatura, Guy De Bièvre)
Mixing and mastering by Johan Vandermaelen.
©2014 Mode Records

2013
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Scott Mc Laughlin, there are neither wholes nor parts
Label: Ergodos, ER12
RRP: €10
Purchase: https://ergodos.ie/shop/there-are-neither-wholes-nor-parts/
Track listing:
1. a metastable harmony (Quatuor Bozzini)
2. there are neither wholes nor parts – II (Jonathan Sage, basset horn)
3. surfaces of emergence (Metastable Collective)
4. there are neither wholes nor parts – IA (Iain Harrison, alto saxophone)
5. at least two things (Trio Scordatura)
6. there are neither wholes nor parts – II (Jonathan Sage, clarinet)
Music composed and produced by Scott Mc Laughlin ©2013

2012
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If, Bwana, E (and sometimes why)
Label: Pogus Productions, P 21062-2
RRP: $14
Purchase: http://www.pogus.com/21062.html
Track listing:
CD1
1. Gilmore’s Girls
2. E (and sometimes why)
3. The Tempest, Fuggit
4. Cicada 4AA
CD2
1. All for Al(frun)
2. Ringing (Ano)the(r) Bell
3. Diapason, maybe
Recorded mostly at Robert Bosch Geluid, Amsterdam
All music by If, Bwana ©2012
Reviews: http://www.pogus.com/eandsometimes.html

2011
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Christopher Fox, Natural Science
Label: Métier/Divine Art, MSV28526
RRP: £12
Purchase: http://www.divine-art.com
Track listing:
[1] für Johannes Kepler (2007) 14.15
[2] BLANK (2002) 11.12
Trümmermusik: A Berlin Diary 1947 (1993) (14.39)
[3] I. First light in Lichterfelde 1.46
[4] II. Kurfürstendamm 2.04
[5] III. In the U-Bahn 1.18
[6] IV. The weather is wonderful 5.49
[7] V. To the Brandenburger Tor 2.40
[8] VI. Night train to Helmstedt 0.51
[9] Generic Composition #8 (2001) 9.05
[10] Natural Science (2010) 7.37
[11] Sol-Fa Canon for Aldo Clementi (2009) 0.59
Alfrun Schmid, voice (tracks 1,3-8); violin (track 2)
Elisabeth Smalt, viola (tracks 1,2,3-7, 10)
Bob Gilmore, keyboard (tracks 1,2,4,6,8,11); voice (track 10)
With Scott Mc Laughlin, electric guitar (track 9)2014

2010
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Trio Scordatura, Dubh
Label: Ergodos Records, ER1
Format: CD + Digital; packaging: Digisleeve
RRP: 10 euro
Playing time: 58 minutes
Track listing:
1. – Dubh – Linda Buckley
2. – Hush – Judith Ring
3. – Invocation – Enda Bates
4. – Marx – Scott McLaughlin
5. – Fliehen / nehmen – Garrett Sholdice
6. – It is not true… – Peter Moran
7. – Cyan – Benedict Schlepper-Connolly
Physical copies of Dubh, featuring package design by Neon Palms, may be ordered from ergodos.ie. The album is also available as a digital download from iTunes.
Dubh is the debut album from Trio Scordatura and the first release under the Ergodos Records imprint. The CD features music by a cross-section of the young generation of Irish composers. Dubh was produced with the assistance of a grant from the Music Network Recording Scheme, Dublin. Recorded at Amplus Studios, Flanders, summer 2009, by Johan Vandermaelen.
Reviews:
Musical Criticism (18 October 2010)
http://inuitbikini.blogspot.nl/2010/11/trio-scordatura-dubh.html (Nov 23, 2010)

 

 

 

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