Seasons (Live at the Metropolitan Museum of Art)

by Anthony Wilson (featuring Steve Cardenas, Chico Pinheiro, & Julian Lage)

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  • Immediate download of 10-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.

    This digital version of "Seasons" is the most comprehensive available anywhere, and includes a bonus version of "The Circle Game" played entirely by Anthony Wilson on John Monteleone's "Four Seasons" guitars, as well as a Quicktime video slideshow with over 100 images from the April 2011 rehearsals and performance photographed by Ian Gittler.

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  • A deluxe, two-disc package, featuring a live concert CD, and a DVD with a concert documentary film and photo slideshow. Designed and photographed by Ian Gittler; printed by Stumptown Printers. Digital download included with purchase.

    Includes immediate download of 10-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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On April 10, 2011, four extraordinary guitarists premiered a new composition by Anthony Wilson. Commissioned by master guitar maker John Monteleone, the piece showcases his quartet of instruments called The Four Seasons. Documented here in music, film, and photography is the story of a collaboration between two friends, craftsman and musician, and the realization of a shared dream.

The featured guitarists are legends in the making: Anthony Wilson, Julian Lage, Steve Cardenas, and Chico Pinheiro. The concert contains Anthony Wilson's four-part suite Seasons: A Song Cycle For Guitar Quartet, solo pieces by each guitarist, and a version of Joni Mitchell's classic The Circle Game, again arranged for the quartet by Anthony Wilson. The deluxe two disc physical package features an audio CD of the entire April 10 concert, as well as an all-region DVD containing a 50-minute concert documentary film (shot and edited by Mark Ryan) and a photographic slideshow (shot by Ian Gittler) tracking the history of this exciting collaborative project from inception to premiere.

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released 15 November 2011

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