Steve Martland - VS 013 download album
Conductor – Steve Martland (tracks: 1 to 5). Drums – Simon Pearson (2) (tracks: 1 to 5). Electric Guitar – Tim Maple (tracks: 1 to 5). Ensemble – The Smith Quartet (tracks: 6 to 13), The Steve Martland Band (tracks: 1 to 5). Flugelhorn, Trumpet – Lee Butler (3) (tracks: 1 to 5). Piano – Dave Maric (tracks: 1 to 5). Producer – Steve Martland (tracks: 6 to 13). Producer, Engineer – Calum Malcolm. Tenor Saxophone – Pete Whyman (tracks: 1 to 5).
Martland studied composition at Liverpool University and in the Netherlands with Louis Andriessen. He worked almost exclusively with artists outside classical institutions - Dutch and American groups, freelance musicians and especially his own Steve Martland Band, which tours his music internationally.
Conductor – Steve Martland (tracks: 1 to 5).
Album · 2015 · 15 Songs. Steve Martland Band & Steve Martland. 15 Songs, 2 Hours 13 Minutes. Released: Oct 2, 2015. 2015 NMC Recordings. More By Smith Quartet.
Iconoclastic composer who crossed musical boundaries to create a distinctive, edgy sound. Steve Martland, who has died of a heart attack aged 58, was one of the most vibrant, unconventional and dynamic forces in British music. He first came to prominence in 1983 with Babi Yar, for large orchestra in three groups, championed by the Society for the Promotion of New Music (SPNM) and premiered separately on the same day by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Nicholas Cleobury, and the St Louis Symphony Orchestra under Leonard Slatkin.
Conductor: Steve Martland Composer: Steve Martland Audio CD (August 30, 1994) SPARS Code: DDD Number of Discs: 1 Label: RCA UPC: 090266267026.
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