AZIM (2014)

by Tim Hodgkinson

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Sven B. Schreiber In my opinion, Tim Hodgkinson (besides Dave Stewart) was one of the most creative and innovative minds of the "Canterbury" movement. Songs like "Amygdala", "Nine Funerals Of The Citizen King", "Living In The Heart Of The Beast", and the A-side of "Western Culture" are among my all-time genre favorites. His later works show a determined departure from the highly structured, counterpoint-rich RIO way of writing music, towards a rather free application of melodic and harmonic laws. "AZIM" for string quartet, piano, percussion, horn, and trombone is maybe one of his more "accessible" compositions of this era, but if you listen to it, you will find that "accessibility" is a quite relative term indeed...
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released February 14, 2017

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