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Album Review

An edition of premiere inspirations beautifully sung for voice, instruments and electronics. Includes Robert Ashley "Odalisque," Jon Gibson "Rainforest/Brazil (He Was Not Disappointed)", Nils Vigeland "March, Hymn and Waltz", Peter Gena "Mother Jones", Annea Lockwood "Night and Fog", and Roscoe Mitchell "because it's", "this" and "dim" ...three songs on poems of e.e. cummings. Highly recommended. ~ "Blue" Gene Tyranny, Rovi

Biography

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Thomas Buckner (born 1941) is an American baritone, composer and producer who has been recognized as "the voice of the Downtown music scene" in New York City. It was in Berkeley, California however that Buckner got his start, both as a vocalist specializing in new music and as co-founder of 1750 Arch Records and its associated ensembles. In 1983 Buckner dissolved 1750 Arch and relocated to New York, associating himself with the work of Robert Ashley and the Private Parts trilogy. In the 1990s he...
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