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2013_0511 : Nosedive Into The Future (Mix 2)

An ambient ethereal studio collaboration touted as Cowboy Joe vs. Julie Android which produced some dark and elegaic drums, bass and piano. I created the track in one afternoon, while pursuing an experiment to apply some ambient shimmers to some

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2013_0511 : Nosedive Into The Future (Mix 2)

An ambient ethereal studio collaboration touted as Cowboy Joe vs. Julie Android which produced some dark and elegaic drums, bass and piano. I created the track in one afternoon, while pursuing an experiment to apply some ambient shimmers to some

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1994_0617 : Music From 3 Hats (in F)

(1988) Composer : Eric Scott This, my first work of process music, was a piece in which a set of chance operations determined the structure of the musical phrase, including the arrangement of the instruments to be used. The decisions

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1994_0612 : Musical Anamorphosis No. 1 (in Am)

(1991) Composer : Eric Scott This piece was derived from my work “Parc de Sceaux” (which appears on day 031 “50 Minutes From Paris”). Arranged here for six pianos, the piece was also lengthened from the original 2:30 to a

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1994_0612 : Musical Anamorphosis No. 1 (in Am)

(1991) Composer : Eric Scott This piece was derived from my work “Parc de Sceaux” (which appears on day 031 “50 Minutes From Paris”). Arranged here for six pianos, the piece was also lengthened from the original 2:30 to a

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1993_0818 : Un Moment, S.V.P.

I’ve always heard a high tenor voice singing a melodic lead over the top of this (perhaps in the style that Belgian composer Wim Mertens does so well)… It’s always crossed (a bit too dangerously) into Supertramp-kind of territory, with

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1993_0818 : Un Moment, S.V.P.

I’ve always heard a high tenor voice singing a melodic lead over the top of this (perhaps in the style that Belgian composer Wim Mertens does so well)… It’s always crossed (a bit too dangerously) into Supertramp-kind of territory, with

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1992_1207 : Trocadèro No. 2

“Trocadero” (1 & 2) are a little bit of me, where Erik Satie and Vini Reilly (Durutti Column) might intersect. I recall composing this as a bedroom-musician and it was all about the loss of love at a time when

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1992_1207 : Trocadèro No. 1

“Trocadero” (1 & 2) are a little bit of me, where Erik Satie and Vini Reilly (Durutti Column) might intersect. I recall composing this as a bedroom-musician and it was all about the loss of love at a time when

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1992_1024 : Detained (in Dm, 8 bpm Mix)

(1988) Composer : Eric Scott A radically slowed-down version of the track (Detained) which appeared on my first release (“3 Mains”, Day 001), and in which the concept of pedal sustain and delay is explored by multiple pianos over the

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1992_1024 : Detained (in Dm, 8 bpm Mix)

(1988) Composer : Eric Scott A radically slowed-down version of the track (Detained) which appeared on my first release (“3 Mains”, Day 001), and in which the concept of pedal sustain and delay is explored by multiple pianos over the

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1990_1212 : Held (Cynthia Netherland’s Theme)

Another favorite piece from the 3 Mains project. I wrote it much later in the year 1990, as I was winding up the album and was finding that I could no longer escape piano music. It was also a reaction

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1990_1212 : Held (Cynthia Netherland’s Theme)

Another favorite piece from the 3 Mains project. I wrote it much later in the year 1990, as I was winding up the album and was finding that I could no longer escape piano music. It was also a reaction

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