Polyphony

by Richard Galbraith

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Ian Joyce
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Ian Joyce This is quite frankly stunning. Richard coaxes so much life and emotion out of his synthesizers it is scarcely believable. The performances are flawless, the dynamics and phrasing exceptional, and the overall experience utterly awe inspiring. Bravo! Favorite track: Alma redemptoris mater (O. de Lassus).
Ralf Olaf Wenzel
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Ralf Olaf Wenzel it's simply fantastic - his sensitivity and his courage.........congratulations Favorite track: Miserere mei, Deus (W. Byrd).
George Farnell (Matt)
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George Farnell (Matt) I love your work! Thank you :-)
David Hopper
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David Hopper Beautiful renditions of renaissance early music. Haunting and enchanting if that's possible.
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This is a collection of polyphonic vocal music from the 16th century, recorded using a modular analog synthesizer.

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released December 11, 2012

Modular synthesizer: Richard Galbraith
Violin (Nesciens mater virgo virum, O salutaris hostia) and keyboard (Gloria): Rene Romig

Many thanks to: Roger Arrick, Synthesizers.com; Bryan Benting; John Burdick, Grove Audio; Phil Petschke, MegaOhm Audio; Paul Schreiber, MOTM/Synthesis Technology; Doug Slocum, Synthetic Sound Labs.

Additional thanks to: John L. Rice, David Ryle

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