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Index 0

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Steve Smith New music by Beau Sievers, Elizabeth Adams, K.C.M. Walker, Jack Callahan, Stephanie Huguenin and Andrew Christopher Smith, played by Smith, String Noise (Conrad Harris + Pauline Kim Harris), Dov Scheindlin and Brian Snow, and etched into fancy double vinyl slabs with snazzy packaging. Wot's not to like?
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Index 0 is the first release on the new label Indexical, a composer-run label dedicated to experimental music. The album includes new works for violin duo, string quartet, and solo piano.


released June 30, 2013

Conrad Harris & Pauline Kim Harris (violins), Dov Scheindlin (viola), Brian Snow (cello), Andrew C. Smith (piano)

Recorded by Alexis Berthelot at Studio G and Benzaquen Hall, DiMenna Center for Classical Music. Edited and mixed by Beau Sievers at the Bregman Music and Audio Research Studio. Mastered by Joe Branciforte at Greyfade Studios.

Art by Joanne K. Cheung. Design by Joanne K. Cheung and Indexical.


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Indexical Santa Cruz, California

Indexical is a composer-run record label and concert producer, focusing on new classical & experimental music. We release studio albums and selected live recordings from our concerts.

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