String Theory

String Theory 38: Nineteen String Quartets

Two quartets deliver a seven-installment series by Kalabis.

String Theory 38: Nineteen String Quartets

Two quartets deliver a seven-installment series by Kalabis.

String Theory 37: Sometimes with Piano

Presumably Ives would not have thought much of Beach’s conservatism, likewise Beach would have faulted Ives’ technique.

String Theory 37: Sometimes with Piano

Presumably Ives would not have thought much of Beach’s conservatism, likewise Beach would have faulted Ives’ technique.

String Theory 36: Predominantly Quartets

With great concentration the Bozzini execute what might sound like a fire alarm to the uninitiated.

String Theory 36: Predominantly Quartets

With great concentration the Bozzini execute what might sound like a fire alarm to the uninitiated.

String Theory 35: Mostly Guitars

Fongaard explored electric guitar tunings and extended techniques, and employed tape effects as they became available.

String Theory 35: Mostly Guitars

Fongaard explored electric guitar tunings and extended techniques, and employed tape effects as they became available.

String Theory 34: Many Guitars and a Banjo

Comfortably unclassifiable, Elwood’s improvisations and pieces explore the banjo and its tropes.

String Theory 34: Many Guitars and a Banjo

Comfortably unclassifiable, Elwood’s improvisations and pieces explore the banjo and its tropes.

String Theory 33: Mostly Cellos and Basses

The boldest surprise in Patterns in a Chromatic Field is how after ten minutes, plus or minus, the activity level plummets.

String Theory 33: Mostly Cellos and Basses

The boldest surprise in Patterns in a Chromatic Field is how after ten minutes, plus or minus, the activity level plummets.

String Theory 32: Quartets, plus or minus

Electricity and fire pervade this release.

String Theory 32: Quartets, plus or minus

Electricity and fire pervade this release.

String Theory 31: 15 Quartets and then some

Wirén clearly preferred quality over quantity.

String Theory 31: 15 Quartets and then some

Wirén clearly preferred quality over quantity.

String Theory 30. / EA Bucket 29: Violin, sometimes with electronics

Doppelbelichtung (“Double Exposure”) presents the ingenious effect of birds imitating the violin. The exchange of instrument and recorded warblers confounds and charms.

String Theory 30. / EA Bucket 29: Violin, sometimes with electronics

Doppelbelichtung (“Double Exposure”) presents the ingenious effect of birds imitating the violin. The exchange of instrument and recorded warblers confounds and charms.

String Theory 29.

Sauguet knows where consonance lies, but earnestly dallies among ambiguity before resolving.

String Theory 29.

Sauguet knows where consonance lies, but earnestly dallies among ambiguity before resolving.

String Theory 28.

Plucking introduces the nine plucked string instruments gradually, completing a grid governed by mathematical patterns.

String Theory 28.

Plucking introduces the nine plucked string instruments gradually, completing a grid governed by mathematical patterns.

String Theory 27: Quartet Focus

These are premiere recordings of works which fell through the 20th century’s cracks.

String Theory 27: Quartet Focus

These are premiere recordings of works which fell through the 20th century’s cracks.