Timothy Vajda | Bootstrap Physics

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Bootstrap Physics

by Timothy Vajda

Instrumental music featuring viola da gamba and medieval fiddle in combination with modern instruments. Musical influences range from Renaissance and Baroque to rock, folk, and contemporary classical.
Genre: New Age: Contemporary Instrumental
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1. Say On
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2. Push Off Time
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3. Phin
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4. Carondelet
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5. A Notch Under the Good Ninety
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6. Halcyon Days
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7. The Valley Tonight
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8. October
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9. As the Crow Flies
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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“Vajda plays all the instruments and writes all the tunes on this instrumental disc, and it is really compelling. His primary instrument is the viola da gamba, which looks like a cello, plays like a cello — but it’s a viola. Regardless of my ignorance on that topic, I can still appreciate the beauty of this music. Soothing, intriguing and different enough to make it stand out.” - Toledo City Paper

The musical style, as well as the instrumentation, of “Bootstrap Physics” grew out of years of playing viola da gamba and medieval fiddle in early music ensembles while also playing electric guitar in a band that played rock and blues covers, and specialized in free-form improvisation. The style was also influenced by Eastern European folk music, as well as the music of Steve Reich and other contemporary composers.

Tracks from “bootstrap physics” have received frequent airplay on the nationally syndicated radio program “Echoes”, and have been used as bumper music on Minnesota Public Radio.


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