Recordings

Selected recordings for your perusal. Some are studio compositions, some are live recordings for archival purposes. (To hear the duo Roxy Autoconfig please visit our SoundCloud page.)

Bird of Janus (2012), for Bohlen–Pierce soprano clarinet. 5’30” (Scales: 13ed3 and 9ed3/2) Nora-Louise Müller, clarinet. Part of a residency at The Banff Centre, supported by the Canada Council and Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.

Fifteen Short Pieces (2012), for fifth-tone piano and delay. 8’30”. (Scale: 30ed2) Part of a residency at The Banff Centre, supported by the Canada Council and Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.

The Hoodoos (2012), for 2-channel fixed audio. 7′ (Scale: 15ed2) Part of a residency at The Banff Centre, supported by the Canada Council and Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.

Sankt Jakobi (2012), for 2-channel fixed audio. 13′ Exploration in soundscape composition—Lübeck, Germany.

Helenka (2011), film score for clarinet, viola, cymbals and old piano. 6′

Helenka is a unique and powerful dance film that follows the physical and emotional journeys of five women during a time in World War Two. It is a testament to their solidarity, resilience, and strength, epitomizing the visceral expression of their story.” –Karen Rose

Der Zauberzephir (2011) for solo Bohlen-Pierce tenor clarinet, 5’36”. Rec. 2011 09 30, Lübeck Germany, live concert; Nora-Louise Müller, clar. (Scale: 13ed3)

Calypso (2008), for 2 Bohlen–Pierce soprano clarinets, percussion and fixed audio. 8′ (Scale: 13ed3) Evoking the time Odysseus spent languishing on the prison island of the goddess Calypso.
Recording hosted by tranSpectra ensemble.

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