- If Not Us, Then Who? Michael Westwood (clarinet), Erika Nielsen (cello), Gregory Millar (piano) 10:27
- Whistleblower Frank Horvat (electric piano), Jamie Thompson (flute), Erika Nielsen (cello), Daniel Morphy (marimba) 09:55
- 08/14/13 - Cairo Kathryn Ladano (bass clarinet) 13:05
- Lac-Mégantic Lisa Tahara (piano) 14:18
- diskriminatsiya Christopher Lee (flute), Samantha Chang (flute) 11:04
- Sunflower Daniel Morphy (marimba), Gregory Millar (piano) 06:40
Thanks to Rick Sacks and Daniel Morphy for scoring help. Special thanks to Alex and Yury for telling their stories and to Yeb Sano for keeping up the fight. This album is dedicated to all who strive to make the world just.
Recording funded in part thanks to generous support from:
Executive Producer: Steven Hobé. Plus Vince Tieri & Rosanne Allen; Gerard Bakker; Alden Campbell; Adrienne Cohen; Susan Nagy & Scott Collie; Lesley Kempson-Marsh & Carlos Gomes; Brien Hayes & Sabina Song; Lorne Hiro; Jenny How; Dan & Melissa Lebel; Lorna Livey; Wayne Mennecke; Jay & Karen Moonah; Adam Nihmey; Ella Poret; Dianne & Rob Roberti; Ted Scheniman; Ozlem & Emre Sencan; Mimi Spencer; Michael & Andrew Peng & Cherry Wu
Samantha Chang (flute), Kathryn Ladano (bass clarinet), Christopher Lee (flute), Gregory Millar (piano), Daniel Morphy (marimba), Erika Nielsen (cello), Lisa Tahara (piano), Jamie Thompson (flute), Michael Westwood (clarinet), Frank Horvat (electric piano)
Frank Horvat & Jean Martin
THE FARM by Jean Martin and The Canterbury Music Co. by Jeremy Darby and Julian Decorte,
I Am Who I Am Records
19 September 2017
(tracks 3 & 5)
Horvat’s work is exquisitely eventful and almost insidiously effective. Horvat’s ideas are suspended in a kind of bohemian dynamic and come alive in their thrilling combinations of trademark repetitions and overlapping with an almost ceremonial theatrical grandeur. Clearly it appears time for Frank Horvat to take the gloves off musically and declare that he is free to roam as he pleases, wherever the music beckons.
– WholeNote Magazine, Oct 2017
On The Current Agenda Horvat focuses his outward vision and glares at the world in all its nakedness. What he sees results in music filled with anger, a mesmeric and hypnotic visual account of a world gone mad.
– WholeNote Magazine
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