November 11, 2014 Artist Image

THE REVIEWS

This piece has one of the most staggering openings you’ll ever hear: turntablist P-Love transforms a dusty old Slim Whitman record into a glorious, delicate call-and-response; a solo cello harmonizes below. It’s simple, ingenious and absolutely gorgeous.

Matthew ParsonsCBC

The most spectacular example is the duet between a turntablist and an electric cello on the bonus DVD, for the title “Bookburners.” There is here an ingenious use of selected repetitions of record sequences as motives to launch the overarching cello part. It is lyric and impressive.

Grego Applegate EdwardsGapplegate Classical-Modern Music Review

This is a stunning visual and listening experience capped off with a work for cello and turn-table starring cellist Stéphane Tétreault.

Éric ChampagneLa Scena Musicale
Jacques Ibert Henriette Renié Henriette Renié Johan Halvorsen / G. F. Haendel Franz Schubert
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