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"murmur" explores through sound the subtleties of human consciousness, awareness and experience. As our society becomes more interconnected, it can feel as if time is accelerating and the sense of self, of experience and intention, can be lost in a scattered existence. By slowing the experience of time through music, the listener's attention is brought to detail. This focus can open a door to a deeper awareness of the environment, sensations in the body, and other people.


released September 29, 2012

John Teske, composer and conductor

performed by the Broken Bow Ensemble

violin: Alina To, Begin Scarseth, Caroline Faflak, Conner Haffner, Dustin Peskuric, Emily Price, Jonathan Chong, Karen Halliburton, Karissa Lew, Rebecca Huffman, Rose McIntosh, Tari Nelson-Zaglar

viola: Brianna Atwell, Elisa Clegg, Liana Kegley, Seth May-Patterson

violoncello: Brad Hawkins, Daniel Mullikin, Natalie Hall

double bass: Abbie Lorensen, Marina Christopher

winds: Jessie Polin, flute; Alisyn Christensen, oboe; Sabrina Pope, clarinet; Greg Campbell, horn; Emma Ashbrook, bassoon

recorded live at the Chapel Performance Space
September 29, 2012


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John Teske Seattle, Washington

John Teske is a composer, double bassist, and improviser based in Seattle, WA. John composes for chamber groups, chamber orchestra, electronics, and flexible ensembles. John studied at the University of Washington with Joël-François Durand, Juan Pampin, and Josh Parmenter. ... more

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