Dennis Aman Ensemble | Sextet (Cloud Atlas)

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Sextet (Cloud Atlas)

by Dennis Aman Ensemble

Composer Dennis Aman's "Sextet (Cloud Atlas) " explores simple structures with earnest playfulness. Aman employs an (occasionally quirky) modal harmonic language to striking effect, moving the listener between puckish engagement and mindful introspection.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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2. Fog
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3. Stratus
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4. Moondog
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5. Lenticularis
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6. Cirrus and Contrail
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Sextet (Cloud Atlas) for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Piano, Violin, and Cello was written in 2011 and is in six movements. Performed by Jill Heinke (Flute), Kyle Bruckmann (Oboe), Bill Kalinkos (Clarinet), Luciano Chessa (Piano), Elizabeth Choi (Violin) and Hannah Addario-Berry (Cello).

Composer Dennis A. Aman was born in Alameda, California in 1971. He studied Composition and Electronic Music at San Francisco State University with Richard Festinger and Wayne Peterson. Also trained as a Baritone singer, he performed and recorded as a member of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus. Aman's compositions include works for various chamber groups and chorus (with and without electronic elements). A large number of works have been written for the Yamaha Disklavier. His music has been performed in the United States as well as Europe, most recently in Kaunas and Vilnius, Lithuania on the Is Arti New Music Festival, and in Odessa, Ukraine on the 2D2N (Two Days/Two Nights) New Music Festival.


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