A/B Duo’s eclectic mix of flute and percussion instruments makes this a true "Variety Show" of an album. Math rock, pop remixes, avant-garde, and everything in between can be found in this American duo’s first full-length album.
by Ned McGowan is scored for contrabass flute, floor tom, 3 suspended cymbals, 3 woodblocks, triangle, and flexatone.
by Ian Dicke is scored for flute, vibraphone, and live audio processing. This piece is a remix of “Isla de Niños” by Elisa Ferrari and was commissioned by the Peterson/Hayes Duo.
by Andrea L. Reinkemeyer is scored for flute, vibraphone, bongos, tambourine, triangle, china cymbal, and splash cymbal. This piece was commissioned by the Albany Symphony Orchestra.
by Drew Baker is scored for contrabass flute, piccolo, vibraphone, Thai gong (E), Wind Gong, and 3 crotales (D, Eb, F).
Sol Moon Rocker*
by Zack Browning is scored for flute and vibraphone.
This piece weaves together different narratives based on Man/Woman, Sun/Moon, and Ying/Yang.
by Brooks Frederickson is scored for flute with Glissando Headjoint®, glockenspiel, and vibraphone. If you’re ever in Brooklyn, listen to or imagine this piece while walking on pedestrian bridges around Red Hook.
by Brendon Randall-Myers is scored for flute, vibraphone, and drum set. Chris performs this piece while playing vibraphone with his left side and drum set with his right side. What the what?!
*commissioned by A/B Duo
released October 7, 2016
Christopher G. Jones, percussion
Meerenai Shim, flutes
Produced by Meerenai Shim and Christopher G. Jones.
Track 2 engineered by Alberto Hernandez and Ian Dicke.
All other tracks engineered by Alberto Hernandez at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California.
Mastered by George Horn.
Art and Design by Adam T. Davis.
The bi-coastal A/B Duo, comprised of percussionist Christopher G. Jones (Rochester, NY) and flutist Meerenai Shim (Campbell,
CA), has been touring all over the United States and commissioning new works since 2012.
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