Notes and Editorial Reviews
"Powell's arresting Drempel combines jazz and the busy figuration of "new complexity" with witty fluency ... Andrew Poppy's "How the Hammer Felt" is scintillating, happy minimalism." -
Sunday Times, London
This lively recording by the collective Noszferatu represents a cross-section of repertoire by some of the UK's best experimental composers - from the haunting minimalism of Howard Skempton's In Tandem and Andrew Poppy's How the Hammer Felt to the jazz-fuelled improvisation of Finn Peters' The Horses Screamed and the manic sampling of Dave Price's Lee's Game.
The album title: 'Let op! drempels' means 'Mind the ramp' in Dutch.
1 Jonathan Powell: Drempel
2 Andrew Poppy: How the Hammer Felt 7'35"
3 Dave Price: Lee's Game 10'36"
4 Paul Newland: Trance 11'12"
5 Howard Skempton: In Tandem 3'18"
6 Joe Cutler: Sikorski B 7'09"
7Finn Peters: The Horses Screamed 6'17"
8 Geoff Hannan: Bubblegum 11'31"
Works on This Recording
Drempel by Jonathan Powell
Period: 21st Century
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