Gardens

by Nick Storring

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2014, Scissor Tail Editions.

© Nick Storring, 2013
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released October 28, 2014

Composed, performed and recorded by Nick Storring (2011-2013)

Artwork by Louis Reith (www.louisreith.com)

Funded by the Canadian Music Centre's Toronto Emerging Composer Award, 2011 (Thank you to Roger D. Moore and Michael Koerner).

No effects processing was employed aside from simple dynamics, equalization, mixing, and spatialization. Other 'processing' is strictly through acoustic or electromechanical means.

Instrumentation: violin, cello, electric mandola, electric bass, guitalele, Strumstick, banjo, harpsicle, autoharp, esraj, kemence, rebab, ananda lahari, Hohner Pianet-T, Yamaha CP60M stage piano, glockenspiel, steel pan, thumb pianos, toy pianos, roto-toms, snare drum, djembe, khol, bells, thunder tubes, rainstick, woodblocks, cymbals, other found/ homemade percussion, jaw harps, melodicas, harmonicas (diatonic and chromatic), tuning reeds, harmonium, khêne, mey, hulosi, xaphoon, concert flute, bansuris, sulings, recorders (alto, soprano, sopranino), various other flutes, mijwiz, been, pan pipes, kazoo, found wind instruments, voice.

Additional implements: bows, mallets, plectra, e-bow, handheld fan, electric toothbrush, vibrator, microphones,contact microphones, amps, speakers, earbuds, Headrush Shockrock vibration speaker, Danelectro Free Speech Talkbox, Sansui RA-700 spring reverb.

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Nick Storring Toronto

Nick Storring has a broad range of music interest spanning various styles. Winner of the CMC's 2011 Toronto Emerging Composer award, his work appeared this year a MoMA's Talk To Me exhibit, and was also performed by the Esprit Orchestra. A member of Picastro, I Have Eaten The City and Mexican ensemble Café Con Pan, he also makes eclectic dance music under the name Piège. ... more

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