Bingham String Quartet – Aspects of Eno part 1 – Obscure Records
The Bingham String Quartet present the first of two Late Music concerts exploring the diverse music and ideas of Brian Eno: those who influenced him and those he has influenced.
Erik Satie: Furniture Music – extract
David Lancaster: New Work
Steve Reich: Different Trains
Michael Nyman: A Suite of Film Pieces
Eno: Music for Airports Part 1
Erik Satie – arranged by Steve Bingham: Gnossienne *1
1970s rock musician Brian Eno took the remarkable step of persuading his record company to let him have a record company of his own. Obscure Records released ten albums all curated by Eno himself, centered on the English Experimental School and New York Minimalism. Late Music pays tribute to this by setting an arrangement of one of Eno’s best known pieces alongside works by composers associated with Obscure Records.