Posts Tagged: Christopher Tignor

Christopher Tignor ~ A Light Below

Wow.  We’ve been enjoying the music of Christopher Tignor for 15 years, beginning with that first Slow Six album, on through Wires of Tension and finally to his solo work.  We’re not surprised that A Light Below is great; we’re surprised that it’s his best

Christopher Tignor ~ A Light Below

Wow.  We’ve been enjoying the music of Christopher Tignor for 15 years, beginning with that first Slow Six album, on through Wires of Tension and finally to his solo work.  We’re not surprised that A Light Below is great; we’re surprised that it’s his best

Christopher Tignor ~ Along A Vanishing Plane

Does ingenuity of composition heighten enjoyment of it? Perhaps an age-old question dividing certain camps of music aficionado. With his latest solo release, violinist and composer Christopher Tignor has moved on from the meta-narrative concept behind 2014’s Thunder Lay Down

Christopher Tignor ~ Along A Vanishing Plane

Does ingenuity of composition heighten enjoyment of it? Perhaps an age-old question dividing certain camps of music aficionado. With his latest solo release, violinist and composer Christopher Tignor has moved on from the meta-narrative concept behind 2014’s Thunder Lay Down

ACL 2014: Top Ten Modern Composition

Listening again to these albums, we’re reminded of the aching beauty that graces modern composition.  From “Atomos VII” to “going backwards to recover what was left behind”, from “The Musk Ox” to “pino” to “you are not alone, dear wolf”,

ACL 2014: Top Ten Modern Composition

Listening again to these albums, we’re reminded of the aching beauty that graces modern composition.  From “Atomos VII” to “going backwards to recover what was left behind”, from “The Musk Ox” to “pino” to “you are not alone, dear wolf”,

Christopher Tignor ~ Thunder Lay Down in the Heart

It is the quality of uniqueness that appears most elusive in music today. Much of what is ‘new’ seems either palpably derivative of a specific artist or to exhibit the more discrete influence of genre or era. Uniqueness only seems

Christopher Tignor ~ Thunder Lay Down in the Heart

It is the quality of uniqueness that appears most elusive in music today. Much of what is ‘new’ seems either palpably derivative of a specific artist or to exhibit the more discrete influence of genre or era. Uniqueness only seems