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Chris Wind

Chris Wind

Chris Wind


chris wind has composed music in a variety of genres, from classical stuff ("stillwood" and "for Amelia" - mostly for solo piano, but there are also some beautiful solos for viola, flute, and cello), to new age stuff ("RubyRose" - the three solos for sax are quite haunting - one with rain, one with wolves, and one with loons), to electronic soundscapes ("Rocks and Trees" is a set of pieces for a series of black and white photographs of rocks and trees Read more on Last.fm
chris wind has composed music in a variety of genres, from classical stuff ("stillwood" and "for Amelia" - mostly for solo piano, but there are also some beautiful solos for viola, flute, and cello), to new age stuff ("RubyRose" - the three solos for sax are quite haunting - one with rain, one with wolves, and one with loons), to electronic soundscapes ("Rocks and Trees" is a set of pieces for a series of black and white photographs of rocks and trees, and "Paintings" is a set of electronic backgrounds especially composed for foregrounds of improvisation by any acoustic solo instrument), to in-your-face social commentary collages ("The Art of Juxtaposition" and "ProVocative"). www.chriswind.com "The Art of Juxtaposition" - “A cross between poetry, performance art, and gripping, theatrical sound collages. … One of the most powerful pieces on the tape is “Let Me Entertain You.” I sat stunned while listening to this composition.” Myke Dyer, Nerve "ProVocative" - "Occasionally I was reminded of Frank Zappa’s satirical use of music..." Ken Stange "Rocks and Trees" - “I was sitting at my desk writing and listening to Rocks and Trees and I was thinking, this is excellent stuff – somewhere between Philip Glass and Scott O’Brien.…” Ben Kettlewell, WOMR "stillwood" - “many musical gems: pieces of deceptive simplicity, yet sublime in their subtlety and elegance. … "Ruby Rose" - "The piano pieces were also on that spooky Harold Budd, shimmering frosty ambient side..." Ben Kettlewell, WOMR Read more on Last.fm.

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