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Oralizations

Artist
Paul Dutton
Price
$20.00
Date
2005
Publisher
DAME
Format
Audio
Details
Audio CD
Size
13 × 13 × 0.5 cm
Genre
CD
Description

Richly textured multiphonic vocal virtuosity, laced with rasps, rumbles, honks, howls, and wheezes, featured in freely improvised and formally structured solos, with flights of verbal invention added into the mix – Oralizations offers works spanning Paul Dutton’s more than thirty years of bursting the bonds of convention, testing the extremes of voice and verbalization, and blurring the borders between literature and music.

CD in paper sleeve with beige and blue designs.

Track Listing:

1 Mercure 6:44
2 Else 0:59
3 Two out of Three 6:28
4 Kit Talk 2:03
5 “For the Letter That Begins Them All, H” for bp 3:56
6 Sonorality 12:11
7 Wolf Chant 3:36
8 Score for Tony: First Movement 1:36
9 Score for Tony: Second Movement 1:52
10 Time 3:22
11 Stereo Head 4:52
12 Sugar 0:13
13 Smile for Ellen McIlwaine 1:12
14 T’ Her for Monk ’n’ Mabern 1:16
15 In Voluntary 4:11
16 His Eyes, Her Eyes 1:00
17 Not to But for 0:55
18 Metalogos, A Suite in Two Parts: Part A 4:11
19 Metalogos, A Suite in Two Parts: Part B 5:01
20 Reminiscence 1:54

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