Michael Byron (USA, 1954) debuted as a minimalistic composer in the vein of Steve Reich
and Philip Glass with Tidal (Neutral, 1982), scored
for small orchestra of violins, viola, bass, pianos and electronic keyboards.
Music Of Nights Without Moon Or Pearl (Cold Blue Music, 2001) contains
three new pieces.
Entrances, a complicated pattern of David Rosenboom's overdubbed solo pianos, is the highlight.
Music Of Nights Without Moon Or Pearl for double piano, bass, electronic keyboards and string quartet, and Invisible Seeds for James Tenney lean
towards Eno's ambient soundscapes.
Awakening at the Inn of the Birds (Cold Blue, 2003)
collects some new chamber compositions
(notably Awakening at the Inn of the Birds,
Continents of City and Love and Evaporated Pleasure)
that run the gamut from quiet warm ambience to stormy agitation;
besides a new recording of Tidal.
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