Ben Phelps | Music for the Rogues

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Music for the Rogues

by Ben Phelps

New music from Southern California's hottest young composer, showcasing his many collaborations with the indescribable Rogue Artist Ensemble. A one-of-a-kind musical voice.
Genre: Classical: Twentieth Century
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1. The Adventures of Johnny Crumb - Lullaby (feat. Alaina Bercilla & Matt Cory)
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2. The Dreams of Magdelena - Flying
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3. The Dreams of Magdelena - Bad Things
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4. The Dreams of Magdelena - The Gold Fish
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5. The Dreams of Magdelena - Into the Woods
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6. The Dreams of Magdelena - The School Yard
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7. The Dreams of Magdelena - Transformations
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8. The Tragical Comedy of Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - Introduction
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9. The Tragical Comedy of Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - Imagination Runs Wild
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10. The Tragical Comedy of Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - The Mermaid
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11. The Tragical Comedy of Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - Counting Sheep / The Nightmare Dance (after Mahler) (feat. Nicholas Casillas, Josh Salzbury & Rob Schaer)
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12. The Tragical Comedy of Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - Toad in Toad Hall
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13. The Tragical Comedy of Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - The Badger
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14. The Tragical Comedy of Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - Dirty Puppets
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15. The Tragical Comedy of Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - Finale (feat. Nicholas Casillas, Josh Salzbury & Rob Schaer)
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16. The Tragical Comedy of Comical Tragedy of Mr. Punch - The Mr. Punch Waltz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From gentle lullabies to funeral marches to phantasmic sound clouds, this compilation represents several years worth of music created by composer Ben Phelps for the Rogue Artist Ensemble, a multidisciplinary theater collective based in Los Angeles.

Born in Sacramento, California, composer and percussionist Ben Phelps is currently earning a reputation as one of Southern California’s most exciting young musicians. His music has been performed across the country, from the Minnesota Orchestra to the Oregon Bach Festival, at the Aspen Music Festival, by the UCLA Percussion Ensemble, the USC Contemporary Music Ensemble, and by the internationally acclaimed Verderh Trio. His work with the pioneering theater company Rogue Artists Ensemble has been called “enchanting” by the LAWeekly and “sonically brilliant” by the OCWeekly.

The award-winning Rogue Artists Ensemble differs from other theater companies in that it's run by a collective of multidisciplinary artists and designers rather than by actors, writers or directors. By combining ancient storytelling techniques (music, dance, masks, puppetry) with modern technology (digital media, special effects and theatrical illusions), the Rogues cultivate a unique style of live performance unlike any other. They define the combined use of these and other underrepresented art forms as Hyper-theater.


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