Contrapunctus - Gone album flac
- Album: Gone
- FLAC: 1360 mb | MP3: 1679 mb
- Released: 1989
- Style: Garage Rock, Punk
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 634
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Grow Man Smile|
|A4||Touch Of Sorrow|
|B3||Can't You See|
Noises [Additional Guitar Noise] – Doug Thomas
- Bass, Vocals – Corey Bishop
- Drums, Vocals – Stuart Oliver
- Engineer – Stuart Sheldon
- Guitar, Vocals – David Stokes
- Producer – Doug Thomas
- Vocals – Christopher Carr
NotesSingle sleeve, includes b/w 12" insert with lyrics.
The first Contrapunctus from J. S. Bach's Art of Fugue, performed by Kimiko Ishizaka, with an animated graphical score.
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Early-music vocal ensemble directed by LRees coupling powerful interpretations with path-breaking scholarship.
Gone, Gone, Gone is an album by The Everly Brothers, originally released in 1964. It was re-released on CD in 2005 on the Collectors' Choice Music label. Two of the tracks ("Radio and TV" and "Lonely Island") date back to 1960 recording sessions. The remainder, including the title hit, were all recorded at various sessions from January to September 1964.
The small British choir Contrapunctus, featuring between nine and 12 members, offers a rare blend of music and scholarship, crafting adventurous programming that includes rarely performed music and situates it convincingly in its cultural context.
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Fanfare & Contrapunctus, Imago by Trevor Wishart, released 30 July 2010 1. Fanfare 2. Contrapunctus 3. Imago Vinyl issue of two very important works by this early British sound art composer, compiling one of Trevor Wishart’s first ever pieces ‘Fanfare & Contrapunctus’ (from 1976) and one of his latest, ‘Imago’ (from 2002), documenting a modern approach in composition and an extremely unique progress in sound manipulation and music technology.
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