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Kabuki Titus

by Tylor Neist & Bridgetown Orchestra

The dramatic chamber ensemble score, blending Japanese and Western styles, written for the play Kabuki Titus: an adaptation of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, by Bag&Baggage's artistic director, Scott Palmer.
Genre: Classical: Film Music
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1. Kabuki Titus: Act I. Titus' Return
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12:12 album only
2. Kabuki Titus: Act II. Tamora's Plan
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6:28 album only
3. Kabuki Titus: Act III. The Revenge
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8:22 album only
4. Kabuki Titus: Act IV. Make Thy Father Blind
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9:28 album only
5. Kabuki Titus: Act V. Titus' Revenge
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12:27 album only
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Album Notes
Violin - Tylor Neist
Viola - Hillary Schoap
Cello - Dale Tolliver
Shakuhachi/Piccolo - Elise Blatchford
Koto - Mitsuki Dazai
Percussion - Ian Kerr and Will Reno

The Oregonian
"Tylor Neist's dramatic chamber-ensemble score controls the tone of the evening marvelously, blending Japanese sonorities into Western classical structures and providing nuanced support for each heightened emotional moment."

Willamette Week
"Grounding the 90-minute production is Tylor Neist’s original score. The blend of Japanese and Western musical styles heightens the drama without overpowering the action."

Oregon Arts Watch
"Composer Tylor Neist and his live ensemble including violin, viola, cello, flute, koto and percussion provide excellent accompaniment, underscoring (literally) the show’s silent-movie feel."


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