Steve Layton | Different Light, Same Window

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Different Light, Same Window

by Steve Layton

Uneasy contemporary classical music by American composers.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Kolokola and Apaches
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2. Why Apollinaire
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3. The Temptation of the West
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4. Almost the Periphery
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5. Winter's Coming
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6. Half Colors of Quarter Things
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7. Jeff Harrington: DeltaBandResonator
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"Different Light, Same Window" is a collection of work by the Seattle composer Steve Layton, all of it realized in 2004. In addition to his own compositions, Layton has included a performance of the 2003 Beethoven-meets-Bayou piano epic "DeltaBandresonator" by Brooklyn composer Jeff Harrington (b.1955).

The music is unafraid of unsual forms and biting harmony, yet there is always a strong connection with all that's gone before; a sense of that the dead never really die, but are just us (and we them) displaced by a few years.

Every part of the performances and recording are all realized directly by Layton himself, using a technique that makes score, performance and recording a single entity.

Steve Layton (ASCAP) was born in 1956 in Pasco, Washington. Long working out of Seattle, his music is played and listened to worldwide, and has often been used in film, video and dance.


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