Steuart Liebig / Stigtette: Delta (PFMCD033)
Ellen Burr: Flute, Alto Flute, Piccolo
Andrew Pask: Clarinet, Bass Clarinet
Sara Schoenbeck: Bassoon
Steuart Liebig: Contrabassguitars (prepared, applied tools)
light cloud, dark cloud 5:24
1956-j no.2 3:51
dynamite’s dionysian dance 5:08
cold green mystery 4:43
our lady of the illuminated hand 5:52
seven dreams about time 14:07
secret one-hand shake 4:24
knowledge is gravity 5:11
all music copyright steuart liebig/sisong music (ascap) 2005
recorded at newzone studios, mar vista, california, 28-29 may 2005, by
wayne peet. mixed at newzone studios, june-august 2005, by wayne peet
and steuart liebig. mastered by wayne peet.
artwork and layout by steuart liebig
photos by ken luey
” kprs” is a suite played as four discrete parts; “seven dreams about
time” is seven parts played as a continuous whole.
Written as an hommage to Hector Berlioz and inspired by his writing for woodwinds.
A four-part hommage (mahoning; alchemy; light cloud, dark cloud; 1956-j no. 2) to four of my favorite painters: Franz Kline, Jackson Pollack,Mark Rothko and Clyfford Still.
dynamite’s dionysian dance
Inspired by Frederick Neitzsche’s “Also Sparch Zarathrustra.”
cold green mystery
After a line in the “Thousand Nights and One Night” – –
also known as “The Arabian Nights” – – describing the sea.
our lady of the illuminated hand
A little requiem of sorts.
seven dreams about time
Based on a book that explains Einstein’s theories of time through fictionalized accounts of his dreams.
My idea of a musical illustration of the concept of
“render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s . . . ”
secret one-hand shake
A basic rhythmic idea stolen from a piece by
knowledge is gravity
An attempt to write something inspired by a little reading about String Theory.