Brian Doyle & Scott Macmillan performing around Inverness this summer.

August 2, 2012

Back on the Island after their performances at the Mariposa Folk Festival in early July, the exciting Guitar Duo of Brian Doyle and Scott Macmillan have a series of concerts around Inverness this summer.

Friday July 20th, 8pm -10pm, they will perform the 1st of 3 special concerts at ‘The Barn’ at the Normaway Inn in NE Margaree. The other dates at ‘The Barn’ are August 3rd and August 31st.

Related Composers: Scott Macmillan





Peter A. Togni in Recording Sessions for Dogmatic Theology Series

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Kati Agócs, a photograph

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Kati Agócs Headshot

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Randy Raine-Reusch plays world instruments

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Description:This is a sample video of Randy Raine-Reusch playing forty different world instruments.

Instruments in order are: 0:01 Thai khaen, 0:09 Appalachian dulcimer, 0:24 Chinese hulusi, 0:36 Chinese bawu, 0:46 Chinese dizi, 0:56 Chinese xun, 1:07 Thai (Lisu) naw (hulusheng in China), 1:15 Malaysian (Kayan) selingut, 1:19 Hawaiian one hano ihu, 1:23 Indian pungi, 1:29 Egyptian midjweh, 1:32 Vanuatu shark mouth flute, 1:37 Indonesian (Sunda) suling, 1:41 Slovakian Koncovka, 1:48 Chinese (Uighur, Xinjiang Province) satar, 1:50 Chinese (Uighur, Xinjiang Province) dutar, 1:54 Czech platerspiel, 1:57 Vietnamese dan nguyen, 2:00 Thai (Lanna) seung, 2:03 Ugandan ekidongo, ennenga or adunga, 2:06 Thai (Lanna) pin pia, 2:10 Kenyan nyatiti, 2:13 Vietnamese koni, 2:15 Vietnamese bro, 2:17 South African chipendani, 2:19 Bengali ektara, 2:20 Persian ney, 2:22 Philippine kubing, 2:24 Lao (Hmung) gaeng, 2:25 Chinese (Miao) kouqin, 2:27 Australian didjeridu, 2:28 Nigerian (Birom) yomkwo, 2:30 Malaysian (Bidayuh) kiromboi (snail shells), 2:31 Canadian North West cedar whistle, 2:32 American (Plains people) courting flute, 2:34 USA triple ocarina, Malaysian (Iban) engkulurai, Jewish shofar, 2:35 Indian conch, Bengali khomok, 2:36 Mexican ocarina, 2:37 Vietnamese (Ede) ding tac ta, Ghana aslatua, 2:38 Ivory Coast ahoco, Ghanian alghaita.
Credits:Randy Raine-Reusch
Duration:00:03:19
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Created Date17 Dec 2006

Recording of Alleluia-Gloria by Kaljo Raid

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Description:This is a recording of Kaljo Raid's Alleluia-gloria, conducted by Viljar P. Weimann and recorded at the Estonian National Opera Chamber Hall in Tallinn, Estonia.

Recording Engineer: Enno Mäemets
Recording Director, Artistic Producer: Viive Mäemets, Viljar Weimann
Credits:Kaljo Raid, Viljar P. Weimann
Duration:00:06:06
Subject:Kaljo Raid | Alleluia-gloria
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Paul Cram Conducting/Creating with the Mad Scientist Machine.

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Description:The Mad Scientist Machine is a software/hardware system created by Stefan Smulovitz allowing a user (conductor/composer) to organize a group of players in a structured improvised composition system. A local or remote user can use the software to control an LED light that is placed in front of each performer. Each color indicates a different performance instruction. For instance, white signals long tones, whereas green indicates to play noise. The original performance was by Orchestra Futura in Vancouver, BC. Part one was conducted locally by Stefan Smulovitz. Parts 2-5 were conducted remotely via the Internet. Conductors included: Pauline Oliveros (Oslo, Norway), Lisle Ellis (New York), John Oswald (Toronto), and Paul Cram (Halifax). Performers were: vocalists Viviane Houle, Christine Duncan, DB Boyko, Peter Hurst; strings Jesse Zubot, Eyvind Kang, Dave Chokroun, Tommy Babin, Chad MacQuarrie; percussionists Joseph Pepe Danza, Kenton Loewen; horns JP Carter, Brad Muirhead, Coat Cooke; and Chris Gestrin keyboards.
Credits:Stefan Smulovitz
Duration:00:02:57
Subject:Paul Cram Conducting/Creating with the Mad Scientist Machine.
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Created Date2010

Recording of Kajo Reid's First Symphony

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Description:This is a recording of Kaljo Reid's Symphony No.1 in C minor, conducted by Neem Järvi.
Credits:Kaljo Raid, Neeme Järvi
Duration:00:08:36
Subject:Kaljo Raid | Symphony no. 1 in C minor
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Paul Cram Press Photo

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Kati Agócs: New commissioned septet

August 2, 2012
Atlantic

November 2012

A new septet by Kati Agócs for soprano and chamber ensemble, with texts by Canadian poet Christian Bök. This piece was commissioned by Standing Wave ensemble and will be premiered in November of 2012 in Vancouver, BC.

Related Composers: Kati Agócs