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By Larry Goves, London Sinfonietta, Martyn Brabbins, Andre de Ridder. Listen to Larry Goves: Just Stuff People Do now. Listen to Larry Goves: Just Stuff People Do in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Larry Goves: Just Stuff People Do. 2014.
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Album · 2014 · 11 Songs. But the LS also performs more mainstream repertory, including works by . Bach, Stravinsky, Britten, and even Broadway fare by Jerome Kern and Cole Porter, as well as jazz works.
Just stuff people do'. Trends in personal relationships (a), the terminus wreck (b). Things that are blue, things that are white and things that are black (c). (b) Oliver Coates vc (c) Sarah Nicolls pf (c) Sound Intermedia; (a)(c) London Sinfonietta, (a) Martyn Brabbins, (c) Andre de Ridder NMC NMCD198 (64' DDD) (a)(c) Recorded live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, (c) June 3, 2010; aDecember 2, 2012. Although his House of Bedlam collective was behind the notable album Talking Microtonal Blues (1/14), this is the first disc to be devoted to Larry Goves.
British composer Larry Goves (born 1980) turns real life – internet dating, threesomes and the like – into diverse, often sparky music in his Trends in Personal Relationships, a five-movement piece for large ensemble performed by the London Sinfonietta under Martyn Brabbins. It's among the distinctive works in this Debut Discs series from NMC featuring young composers. The ever-skilful Oliver Coates travels to wild sonic territories in The Terminus Wreck for solo cello, inspired by Paul Celan's poetry