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“The Laura Andel Orchestra is featured on track eight (from Somnambulist) in a four-minute take on sustain—bowed cymbals, heavy on the strings, with some processed (?) white-noise accompaniment. A haunting piece, truly.”
One Final Note, USA


released May 1, 2004

Performers: Pamelia Kurstin (Theremin), Sam Furnace (Soprano/Baritone Saxophones), Oscar Noriega (Clarinet/Bass Clarinet), Taylor Ho Bynum (Cornet), Ursel Schlicht (Piano), Reuben Radding (Double Bass), Tatsuya Nakatani (Drums/Gongs/Percussion), Danny Tunick (Vibraphone/Percussion), Kyoko Kitamura (Vocals/Electronics), Julie Kalu (Bass Trombone), Kenta Nagai (Fretless Guitar), Carl Maguire (Accordion), Jamie Baum (Flutes/Electronics), Stephanie Griffin (Viola), Laura Andel (Composition/Conducting)

Music by Laura Andel recorded live by Elliott Sharp on October 25, 2002 in New York City. Mixed and mastered by Elliott Sharp at Studio zOaR.

Red Toucan Records RT 9322
Red Toucan Records RT 9325



Laura Andel Composer New York, New York

Laura Andel is a composer from Argentina, based in Harlem, New York City.

She creates music for small and large orchestras.

Described as someone who "seeks to expand our sense of time, form and perception through sound" by Evening Music (WNYC, New York Public Radio), Andel combines written music with improvisation and conducting to create different symmetries between the written and non-written.
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