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Solo-Esque - Hollis Taylor - Absolute Bird (CD, Album)

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  1. "This is an extraordinary and important work, breathtaking in its apparent simplicity but raised on a lifetime of study, thought and contrariness. All 41 tracks are, in one way or another, built around transcriptions or recordings of the Australian pied butcherbird -- mining every possible variation. Each composition pairs a bird, or other environmental sounds, with one or several instruments.
  2. October 11, / Album Reviews - Archive Hollis Taylor album ABSOLUTE BIRD (ReR MEGACORP) 9/10 Hollis Taylor is a full-blown obsessive of the best type: a musician, composer, musicologist and ornithologist who is able to revel in the aesthetics of birdsong and analyse its patterns, methodologies and motivations.
  3. Hollis Taylor’s ‘Absolute Bird’ is a lavishly produced, double CD set and extensive booklet. It is part musical document, part memoir of her travels, and part musing on a bird’s capacity for aesthetic sound making. But above all it is a celebration of a remarkable single species of songbird; the Australian Pied Butcherbird.
  4. Biography - Hollick And Taylor UK The Hollick And Taylor Recording Co. Ltd. was located in Grosvenor Studios, Perry Bar, Birmingham, and made private pressings on .
  5. Hollis Taylor album ABSOLUTE BIRD (ReR MEGACORP) 9/10 Hollis Taylor is a full-blown obsessive of the best type: a musician, composer, musicologist and ornithologist who is able to revel in the aesthetics of birdsong and analyse its patterns, methodologies and motivations.
  6. works for six-part vocal ensemble and field recordings: Absolute Bird for vocal ensemble, a five-movement song cycle: Racecourse: Alice Springs, Ten Hockets: Bribie Island, Roe Creek Flow, Six Antiphons: Bribie Island, and Madigan 1, 2, 3: Alice Springs, commissioned by The Song Company with a grant from the Australia Council for the Arts.. works for recorders and field recordings.
  7. Taylor, Hollis, and Andrew Hurley. Music and environment: A snapshot of contemporary and emerging convergences. Journal of Music Research Online: Taylor, Hollis. Whose bird is it?: Messiaen’s transcriptions of Australian songbirds. Twentieth-Century Music 11, Special Issue Taylor, Hollis.
  8. An unusual and distinctive record from violinist and ornithologist Hollis Taylor, a book with 2 CDS presenting 41 tracks of recordings of the Australian pied butcherbird, each track pairing a bird, environmental sound, and a single instrumentalist, with an impressive list of performers who take unique approaches to the challenge of accompanying a bird.
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