Passage Through a Dream

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/26/2011
  • Label: Innova Records
  • UPC: 726708678128
  • Catalog Number: 781
  • Sales rank: 299,362

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Phillip Schroeder Primary Artist, Piano, Electric Bass
Marty Walker Clarinet
Rick Dimond Accordion, Vibes, Delay
Michael Henson Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Delay
Jamie Lipton Euphonium, Delay
Jennifer Amox Flute
Jane Grothe Harp
Erin Bridgeman Soprano, Soprano (Vocal)
Technical Credits
Philip Blackburn Label Direction
Phillip Schroeder Composer, Engineer, Liner Notes, Digital Delay
Michael Henson Digital Delay
Scott Fraser Engineer, Mastering
Drew Worthen Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2011

    Quietly exhilarating

    Phillip Schroeder's latest recording is aptly named, as it does have a pronounced dreamlike quality. Most will probably label this music ambient for its minimalist orientation, and while the five compositions are introspective and contemplative, they are also surprisingly complex and expansive. Schroeder, who plays piano and electric bass throughout, makes considerable use of digital delay to stretch notes and build lush, layered sound textures. He also applies the delay process to the supporting instrumentation of clarinet, euphonium, flute, vibraphone and harp. One is never conscious of the digital manipulation, however, as the music always sounds natural and unforced. The overall feeling is autumnal, pitched between haunting and uplifting. This is beautiful, emotionally satisfying music that will likely keep it near the top of your playlist.

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