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  2. James Dillon was born in in Glasgow, and is now a Professor of Music at the University of Minnesota. He is often grouped as part of the British "New Complexity" school, but as far as I know he, like Brian Ferneyhough, does not identify himself as such/5(3).
  3. Noriko Kawai, piano. Event notes: Recorded at Potton Hall, Westleton, Suffolk, Dec. , , using a Steinway D piano. Description: 1 online resource (1 sound file) Contents: Disc 1. The Book of elements vol. --Disc 2. The Book of elements vol Medium of Performance: piano.
  4. Dillon: The Book Of Elements / Noriko Kawai Label: Nmc Catalog: 91 Release Date: 06/29/ Number of Discs: 2.
  5. James Dillon - Noriko Kawai - The Book Of Elements, Volumes I - V (, CD) | Discogs James Dillon (2) - Noriko Kawai ‎– The Book Of Elements, Volumes I - V/5(3).
  6. Listen to a sample from James Dillon - The Book of Elements (2CD) This complete premiere recording of James Dillon's technical and intellectual tour de force, the five volumes of The Book of Elements, is performed by Noriko Kawai, for whom Volume 2 was written.
  7. James Dillon has a wonderful earthy sense of timbre, you would think that would be the norm with serious composition, but no!, there are entire continents of composers hung-up on styles, and accessible musical languages, popularity, tribal politics, minimalisms or worse music attached dependent on the visual image for its existence/5(2).
  8. About This complete premiere recording of James Dillon's technical and intellectual tour de force, the five volumes of The Book of Elements, is performed by Noriko Kawai, for whom Volume 2 was written.

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