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Stephen J. Nereffid
Music is Good, January 2016

Favourite classical albums of 2015 #2

Twelve new pieces (plus an extract from Steve Reich’s The Cave) in which the composer makes use of a piece of previously recorded material: from John Cage speaking (Florent Ghys) to Chicago street musicians (Anna Clyne) to blades being sharpened (David Lang). Despite the varied nature of the fare on offer, it all comes together wonderfully to make a proper album. © 2016 Music is Good

Daniel Coombs
Audiophile Audition, July 2015

An impressive compilation of some of the most creative and eclectic composers of today.

The concept to this dual audio-video release is fascinating in its creativity and really begs the bulk of the attention; some excellent and thought provoking short works notwithstanding.

You may be pleasantly surprised. © 2015 Audiophile Audition Read complete review

Rick Anderson
Baker & Taylor CD Hotlist, July 2015

Much of this music is remarkable; all of it is well worth hearing, and the album should be considered an essential purchase for all library collections. © 2015 Baker & Taylor CD Hotlist Read complete review

Grego Applegate Edwards
Gapplegate Classical-Modern Music Review, July 2015

…this is music of differences, inspired and played with grace and thrust by the All Stars. © 2015 Gapplegate Classical-Modern Music Review Read complete review

National Public Radio, June 2015

NPR Music’s Favorite Songs Of 2015 (So Far): Classical: Ghys: ‘An Open Cage’ (Bang on a Can All-Stars)

A sly, silky recitation from John Cage inspires both fun and funk from bassist-composer Florent Ghys. © 2015 National Public Radio

Textura, June 2015

the performances by the group on Field Recordings are, as per usual, first-rate… © 2015 Textura Read complete review

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