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Colin Currie & Steve Reich : Live at Fondation Louis Vuitton

Synergy Vocals, Colin Currie Group, Colin Currie

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The third album on Colin Currie’s label celebrates the percussionist’s artistic relationship with the American cultural icon Steve Reich. Programmed and performed at the composer’s request and under his supervision, this album is essential for any Reich fan, capturing a group of truly world-class performers at the peak of their powers. For this recording, Colin conducts and performs with the Colin Currie Group and their long-standing collaborators Synergy Vocals. Steve Reich himself joined Colin on stage to perform Clapping Music. © PIAS

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Clapping Music (Steve Reich)

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Clapping Music 00:03:50

Colin Currie Group - Colin Currie, Conductor - Steve Reich, Composer - Universal Edition (London), Music Publisher

© 2019 Colin Currie - ℗ 2019 Colin Currie

Proverb (Steve Reich)

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Proverb 00:15:24

Synergy Vocals - Colin Currie Group - Colin Currie, Conductor - Steve Reich, Composer - 1997 Hendon Music, Inc., a Boosey & Hawkes Company, Music Publisher

© 2019 Colin Currie - ℗ 2019 Colin Currie

Mallet Quartet (Steve Reich)

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I. Fast 00:06:41

Colin Currie Group - Colin Currie, Conductor - Steve Reich, Composer - 2009 Hendon Music, Inc., a Boosey & Hawkes Company, MusicPublisher

© 2019 Colin Currie - ℗ 2019 Colin Currie

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II. Slow 00:02:57

Colin Currie Group - Colin Currie, Conductor - Steve Reich, Composer - 2009 Hendon Music, Inc., a Boosey & Hawkes Company, MusicPublisher

© 2019 Colin Currie - ℗ 2019 Colin Currie

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III. Fast 00:05:04

Colin Currie Group - Colin Currie, Conductor - Steve Reich, Composer - 2009 Hendon Music, Inc., a Boosey & Hawkes Company, MusicPublisher

© 2019 Colin Currie - ℗ 2019 Colin Currie

Pulse (Steve Reich)

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Pulse 00:15:48

Colin Currie Group - Colin Currie, Conductor - Steve Reich, Composer - 2015 Hendon Music, Inc., a Boosey & Hawkes Company, MusicPublisher

© 2019 Colin Currie - ℗ 2019 Colin Currie

Music for Pieces of Wood (Steve Reich)

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Music for Pieces of Wood 00:14:36

Colin Currie Group - Colin Currie, Conductor - Steve Reich, Composer - Universal Edition, Music Publisher

© 2019 Colin Currie - ℗ 2019 Colin Currie

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The third album on Colin Currie’s label celebrates the percussionist’s artistic relationship with the American cultural icon Steve Reich. Programmed and performed at the composer’s request and under his supervision, this album is essential for any Reich fan, capturing a group of truly world-class performers at the peak of their powers. For this recording, Colin conducts and performs with the Colin Currie Group and their long-standing collaborators Synergy Vocals. Steve Reich himself joined Colin on stage to perform Clapping Music. © PIAS

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