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Released: December 24, 2013

Krishna's Flute

Canadian music for flute and electronics performed by Canadian flutist Chenoa Anderson
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  1. Krishna's Flute
  2. Disturbances of Circadian Rhythm
  3. Turbulent Flow
  4. Birds of Paradise Lost
  5. aftertouch
  6. White Dove
Krishna's Flute
Disturbances of Circadian Rhythm
Turbulent Flow
Birds of Paradise Lost
White Dove
Release date: December 24, 2013
Format: CD
'…the pieces are very evocative and Anderson plays them with conviction and thoughtfulness creating dramatic sound paintings and telling stories. In fact while I listened I was thinking, “this CD is a compendium of all the sounds you can make with a flute!” These pieces require deep listening, but I think you will enjoy the experience very much.' – The Flute View, August 2014

"Chenoa Anderson's second collection of new Canadian music for solo flute is a fantastic—and often quite fantastical—survey of what's going on, coast to coast, in this admittedly specialized field. Focusing on works that incorporate an electronic element, either through prerecorded sounds or computer-based processing of the acoustic instrument, it’s a subtle and heady affair and would be best appreciated in a quiet listening environment, or through headphones."
– Musicworks, April 2015

Krishna's Flute is a CD of Canadian music for flute and electronics performed by new music specialist Chenoa Anderson, and composed by six composers from across Canada. Whereas their musical styles may vary, there is a thematic unity to this release: disturbances, turbulent flow, paradise lost… Even the White Dove flies off suddenly at times! In aftertouch the flute disturbs the space with gestures that push a feedback circuit to overdrive. The title track charms us by magnificent and magical sonic extensions. For the tech-savy, these works are created using Max/MSP and Ableton LIVE.