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Ian Vine held/always/immer/gehalten
Vinyl LP. Self-Released.
Ian Vine is known to concert hall audiences in the UK and the rest of Europe, as a composer of orchestral and chamber music, with a string of critically acclaimed commissions and performances by leading orchestras and ensembles: London Symphony Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, BBC Symphony, Hallé, ensemble recherche.
Several works have been released on CD: ocre oscuro (2007) [Jerwood Series 5, on the London Sinfonietta label]; shadow grounds (1999) [In Nomine, on Austrian new music label, KAIROS]; and writing on water (2000) [You Are Here – A Visitor’s Guide to Accidental, on Matthew Herbert’s Accidental Records].
This is his second solo release, following the 2011 collection, forty works for Richard.
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