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All Music Guide - Stewart Mason
The first studio recording by the puckishly named instrumental ensemble Bang on a Can technically, BOAC is actually the name of an annual avant-garde music festival curated by the group's founders is that rarity, a piece of contemporary classical music that is neither pretentiously inaccessible nor a blatant attempt at reaching a mainstream audience. In keeping with the group's name and all-inclusive philosophy, the arrangements tend to favor hand percussion, with guitar, cello, reeds, and both electric and acoustic keyboards appearing as well. In comparison to the free-form nature of the three live anthologies that preceded this release, on which line-ups changed from ...
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All Music Guide - Stewart Mason
The first studio recording by the puckishly named instrumental ensemble Bang on a Can technically, BOAC is actually the name of an annual avant-garde music festival curated by the group's founders is that rarity, a piece of contemporary classical music that is neither pretentiously inaccessible nor a blatant attempt at reaching a mainstream audience. In keeping with the group's name and all-inclusive philosophy, the arrangements tend to favor hand percussion, with guitar, cello, reeds, and both electric and acoustic keyboards appearing as well. In comparison to the free-form nature of the three live anthologies that preceded this release, on which line-ups changed from track to track according to the composer's whim, Industry was recorded with a stable group. In keeping with the album's apparent attempt to introduce the concept to the mainstream classical audience, the surprisingly conservative play list of five tracks includes one piece each by the troupe's three founders, none of them particularly aggressive or "difficult," and two lengthy chamber pieces by the Dutch composer Louis Andriesson, a contemporary of Wim Mertens and other post-minimalist composers and theorists from the Netherlands whose fusion of Romantic sensibilities and post-modern playfulness is most in keeping with the group's own sensibilities. There's a certain sense that Industry is the avant-garde with training wheels, but the album's unapologetic accessibility is a large part of its charm.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/25/1995
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074646648322
  • Catalog Number: 66483

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bang On A Can Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Ensemble
Robert Black Bass, Bass Guitar, Double Bass
Amy Knoles Conga
Lisa Moore Piano, Keyboards, fender rhodes
Evan Ziporyn Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Damian leGassick fender rhodes
Maya Beiser Cello
Gerard Bouwhuis Piano
Cees van Zeeland Piano
Katherine Pendry Pan Flute/Pan Pipes, Pan Pipes
Robert Wilson Black Bass Guitar, Double Bass
James Poke Pan Pipes
Richard Craig Alto Saxophone
Steven Schick Percussion, Conga, Marimbas
Mark Stewart Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar
Cees van Zeeland Piano
Technical Credits
Michael Gordon Liner Notes, Art Direction, Artistic Director
Louis Andriessen Composer
Richard King Engineer
David Lang Liner Notes, Art Direction, Artistic Director
Julia Wolfe Liner Notes, Art Direction, Artistic Director
Mark Burdett Cover Design
Grace Row Producer
Burton Pritzker Cover Photo
Dora Handel Back Cover
Martyn Harry Executive Producer
Grace Kristopher Row Producer
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