Complete your Stuart Dempster collection. The basis for this album are two improvisations with the acoustics of the Great Abbey of Clement VI in Avignon, France, taking special advantage of the 14 second reverberation time. His sensitivities to the space generates a work of beauty. The first two pieces were released on vinyl in 1979. New Albion re-issued the record in a new sleeve in 1987, and added a third track for the CD. This was based on Dempster revisiting the abbey in 1978, two years after the first recording.
Originally released as In The Great Abbey Of Clement VI in LP format by 1750 Arch Records in 1979. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
In The Great Abbey of Clement VI (1987 New Albion, NA013). Robert Suderburg, Chamber Music III ("Night Set"), for trombone and piano (with Robert Suderburg, piano). Also with Suderburg's Chamber Music IV ("Ritual Series"), for percussion ensemble; Chamber music V ("Stevenson"), for voice, string quartet, and tape. Echoes of Syros (2009, Full Bleed Music, FBM 003), Stuart Dempster (trombone, didjeridu, conch, garden hose, toys), Tom Heasley (tuba, electronics), Eric Glick Rieman (prepared Rhodes electric piano). Common Threads (Deep Listening, 1996).
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In The Great Abbey Of Clement VI. Stuart Dempster. The pieces on this album are recorded in a concrete reinforded cistern, originally designed to contain a two million gallon water supply for a fortress, and withstand aerial bombing.
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