James McVinnie - All Night Chroma

James McVinnie - All Night Chroma

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James McVinnie is known as one of the World's leading organists. His work as a performer encompasses music from the 16th century to the present day.  He is a member of Icelandic record label 'Bedroom Community' and has collaborated with many leading figures in new music, including Philip Glass, Angelique Kidjo, Nico Muhly, Martin Creed, Richard Reed Parry, Bryce Dessner, Darkstar, Hildur Guðnadóttir, David Lang, Sarah Davachi many of whom have written large scale works for him.

The compositions were commissioned by No-Nation with PRSF for Music and debuted as ‘The Secret Life of Organs’ in 2016 with a run of live dates in the UK supported by Arts Council England. The original pieces have since been revised to make up All Night Chroma

Performed at the Harrison & Harrison organ of the Royal Festival Hall by James McVinnie. Composed and produced by Tom Jenkinson of Sqaurepusher.

LP housed in black paper inner, in printed outer sleeve with silver foil number, 6 panel fold out poster and download card.

CD is housed in gatefold wallet with silver foil number and 8 panel fold out booklet.

Artist: James McVinnie
Label: Warp
Catalogue: WARPLP305
Barcode: 801061030513
Format: CD & LP
Release Date: 27th September 2019
                               

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