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New York Counterpoint

by Jonathan Sage

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I'm going to new York! / (what a lark! what a song!) / where the tough Rocky's eaves / hit the sea. Where th'Acro- / polis is functional, the trains / that run and shout! the books / that have trousers and sleeves! (from Song by Frank O'Hara, 1951)

Ergodos presents a bold new interpretation of Steve Reich's iconic New York Counterpoint by young English clarinettist Jonathan Sage. Sage's incisive playing lends Reich's multi-layered lattice-work score a new freshness.

Song by Frank O'Hara is copyright © 1996 by Maureen O'Hara Granville Smith, administratrix of the Estate of Frank O'Hara. Used by permission.

www.jonathansage.co.uk

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released July 22, 2011

clarinets & bass clarinets
Jonathan Sage

sound engineering, production & mastering
Alexander Harker

executive producers
Garrett Sholdice & Benedict Schlepper-Connolly

design
Benedict Schlepper-Connolly

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Ergodos is a record label based in Dublin, Ireland. info@ergodos.ie

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