Edition of 100 copies printed on deluxe Stumptown White/Kraft Duplex jackets from Portland's Stumptown Printers. These jackets are really beautiful with a slight texture, off-white color, and kraft interior. Hand-numbered silk-screened jackets with a full-color insert. Elodie Lauten (October 20, 1950 - June 3, 2014) was a French-born American composer described as postminimalist or a microtonalist. Lauten's music was always a combination of two contradictory streams, one a cloudy, beatless stasis derived from minimalism, the other a neoclassical attachment to tonal melody and ostinato. These two were present from the beginning of her recording career, the first in her Concerto for Piano and Orchestral Memory (1984), the second in her Sonata Ordinaire (1986) for piano.
This vinyl record is available only in limited quantities.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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