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AN INVENTORY OF DAMAGED GOODS

THE MUSIC OF RICHARD CAMERON-WOLFE

Artist

Richard Cameron-Wolfe, composer


Label

Furious Artisans FACD6818

Engineering Credits

Engineered, edited & mixed by Jeremy Tressler at Dreamflower Acoustic


Highlights / Reviews

The music of Richard Cameron-Wolfe is not intrinsically abstract, instead residing in various realms of non-abstraction – each composition’s seed-ideas emanating from an extra-musical impulse. Here we find, for example, psychodrama (three micro-operas), sound-portraits (Inventory, Lilith), esoteric symbolism, and ritual processes – all articulated in macro- and micro-structures based on the irrational elasticity of the prime-number series.