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Codex Versions

by Bruce Brubaker

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On his Codex album, released January 19, 2018, American pianist Bruce Brubaker faced off Terry Riley's Keyboard Study 2 (1965) and pieces from the Codex Faenza, a 15thcentury manuscript that is one of the earliest collections of keyboard sheet music. Creating an echo chamber for the primacy of the performer-creator and the effacement of the composer, this back-and-forth invites us on a journey that is both timeless and eminently contemporary.

These four new versions surrendered to the expert hands of Max Cooper, Arandel and Olga Bell, bring Brubaker's minimalist tapestries to life, in the myriad colours of the modern electronic and experimental scene.


released September 28, 2018

Recorded at: Jordan Hall, Boston
Piano technician: John von Rohr
Recording engineer: Jeremy Sarna

Mastering by Jan Siebert

A&R by Alexandre Cazac
Artwork & design by Motoplastic

Codex pieces : Public Domain
iF3066 - (p) & © 2018 InFiné


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