Works: Barcelona

by Owen Kilfeather

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Hit & Run 07:36
Earth I 01:55
33 05:22


released July 30, 2018


Almudena Vega: flute
Santi Caballero: flute
Andrés Rojas: clarinet & alto sax
Luiz Rocha: bass clarinet & tenor sax
Agustí Martínez: bass clarinet & alto sax
Teresa Gómez Ramírez: soprano sax
Xavier Díaz Herrera: soprano & baritone sax
Don Malfon: alto & baritone sax
Tom Chant: tenor sax
Pep Pascual: tenor sax
Luís Vallès: baritone sax
Ferran Besalduch: bass sax
Clara Canimas: bassoon
Marc García: french horn
Andrés Acebes: trumpet
Iván González: trumpet
Natsuko Sugao: trumpet
Pol Padrós: trumpet
Frédéric Filiatre: trombone
Aram Montagut: trombone

Paula Piñero: percussion
Enric Ponsa: drums & percussion
Oscar Durán: drums & percussion
Vasco Trilla: drums & percussion
Núria Andorrà: marimba & percussion
Ildefons Alonso: vibraphone & percussion

Ilona Schneider: soprano
Owen Kilfeather: tenor, electric guitar, rhodes & tapes

Joanna Miramontes: piano
Jordina Millá: piano

Gabriel Millán: electric guitar
Ferran Fagès: electric guitar
Pablo Rega: electric guitar
Diego Caicedo: electric guitar
Lucas Suárez: electric guitar
Carlos Ródenas: electric bass

Sarah Claman: violin
Francesc Llompart: violin
Pau Sola: cello
Àlex Reviriego: contrabass & electric bass
Johannes Nästesjö: contrabass

Composed and conducted by Owen Kilfeather, except for Hit & Run and Multiple Idemnity (Kilfeather/Rojas). The Emperor of Ice-Cream is set to the poem by Wallace Stevens, Die Parallelaktion to excerpts of dialogue from The Man Without Qualities by Robert Musil, Earth I to a traditional lyric of the Dieri of Central Australia.

Produced by Owen Kilfeather; Javier Bayón & Iván Cester for La Increíble; Discordian Records. Recorded in and around Barcelona (ESMUC, La Isla, Soda Acústic and TURF) between June 2012 and October 2016.

Mixed by Lopinski, Jim Colominas. Mastered by Lopinski.


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Owen Kilfeather Sligo, Ireland

Composer, conductor, interpreter and curator. Miss Foreign Affairs, Ensemble PMV, Gulpt, Etermortífera; and previously: Filthy Habits Ensemble, Ivyfuuur the Polimonstre (FVJVR), Sin Anestesia, Near Death Ensemble, Tom Agad, Discordian Community Ensemble, inter alia/alios. ... more

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