|Album:||Process and Passion||Collection:||Classical|
|Artist:||Reynolds, Roger||Added:||Aug 2004|
|Add Date:||2005-01-23||Pull Date:||2005-03-27||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Mar 27||Mar 20||Mar 6||Feb 6||Jan 30|
|1.||Jun 01, 2017:||Moonlight Impressions
Focus a Beam, Emptied of Thi
|4.||Feb 28, 2005:||Stirling's Approximation
Process and Passion, Process and Passion, Process and Passion
|2.||Mar 26, 2005:||the Dog and Pony show
|5.||Feb 04, 2005:||Memory Select
Process and Passion [excerpt: tracks 17-19]
|3.||Mar 15, 2005:||Eclectica
Kokoro, Kokoro, Kokoro, Kokoro
|6.||Jan 29, 2005:||the Dog and Pony Show
Process and Passion
Not too stern, not too pleasant. Each piece contrasts segments of long notes against fast scribbles of music. Tracks tend to focus on one element or the other, so it's best to play at least a few of them in each sitting.
It's a two-CD set, with Disk 2 being a replica of Disk 1 recorded in "binaural" format -- meaning it's got engineering effects meant to be heard over stereo headphones.
1- Fast but restrained intro
3,4- Some nice fast moments.
5- Quieter with a variety of textures
6- Loud slashing.
8- Fast, playful
9- Quiet, fast fluttering
10- Loud, solemn
11- Nervous surges
12- Fast; lots of double-stops
13- A robust piece played out in small bursts of energy. Nice.
VIOLIN AND CELLO
Filled with elegant frills and counterpoint, a showcase for the violin.
14- Careful start.
15- Swooping and slowly aggressive
17,18- Fast and stabbing, then a fast gentle swirl
19,20- Grand swoops
21,22,23- Dire wanderings. Gets tense and dark. Serene finale.