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Michael Nyman SANGAM - Michael Nyman meets Indian Masters
Michael Nyman Chamber Music Volume I Michael Nyman Chamber Music Volume II
Michael NYMAN COLLABORATIONS BOX SET (3CD) Michael NYMAN PIANO BOX SET (3CD)
The Piano Sings 2 Facing Goya - an opera in four acts composed by Michael Nyman with libretto by Victoria Hardie
COLLECTIONS - Film, Music, Photography VERTOV SOUNDS - The Composers Cut Series - Volume IV
Motion Trio and Michael Nyman McAlmont and Nyman: The Glare
MGV / The Piano Concerto 8 Lust Songs: I Sonetti Lussuriosi
MOZART 252 NYMAN BRASS
SIX CELAN SONGS / THE BALLAD OF KASTRIOT REXHEPI ACTS OF BEAUTY / EXIT NO EXIT
MAN AND BOY DADA THE PIANO SINGS
THE LIBERTINE THE DRAUGHTSMANS CONTRACT
NYMAN/GREENAWAY REVISITED - The Composers Cut Series - Volume THE PIANO - The Composers Cut Series - Volume III
LOVE COUNTS NYMAN - SONGS (3CD box set)
NYMAN - SOUNDTRACKS (3CD box set) NYMAN - OPERA (4CD box set)


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Track Listing:
Poczatek (2010)
The Photography of Chance (2004)
Yellow Beach (2002)
Time Will Pronounce (1992)

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Poczatec IV


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Michael Nyman Chamber Music Volume I


Piano Trios 1992-2010

Includes the World premiere recordings of Poczatek and The Photography of Chance

Presented in a 6 panel digipack with an accompanying 12 page booklet containing extensive notes written by Michael Nyman

Poczatek contains five movements derived from the score to the film of the same name including selected extracts from classic Polish feature and documentary films of the 50s, 60s and 70s.

The Photography of Chance refers to the re-seeing of industrial reality in early Soviet photography. Aleksandr Rodchenko drew attention to the new type of photographer as someone who photographs ‘facts’ and who is able, through photography, to fight against ‘looking like art’ with high quality examples, and to do this you have to experiment, going as far as the ‘easelisation’ of the photographic art.

The work is dedicated to the memory of John Peel, the British radio disc jockey who died during the final stages of its composition.

Yellow Beach piano trio is a transfigured version of 'Come Unto These Yellow Sands'.

The title Time Will Pronounce is taken from the last lines of Joseph Brodsky’s poem Bosnia Tune which deals with the horror of the unnecessary unacceptable daily deaths in Bosnia during the 1992 (and still in 1993): “Time, whose sharp blood-thirsty quill parts the killed from those who kill, will pronounce the latter tribe as your type”.

Booklet notes are available to download from here
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Performed by the Fidelio Trio
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Andy Findon, the flautist in the Nyman band.

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