Figure in the Carpet by Triptet, released 13 November 2012 1. External Rhyme 2. Gates of Glass 3. Figure in the Carpet 4. Palimpsest 5. Rain Tractor 6. Ode to the Nightwatchman 7. Under Land 8. Tuning the Blue City 9. The Myth of an Ordinary Man 10. Surfactants Michael Monhart: saxophone, electronics Tom Baker: fretless guitar, theremin, electronics Greg Campbell: drums, junk percussion, French horn Where Triptet’s debut Imaginary Perspective revolved around listening to long clouds of slow morphing sound, Figure in the Carpet is a darker journey. Triptet lives up to their name by sending us starkly beautiful improvised soundscapes from a million miles away and right here in your picture frame. Got it. + add. album.
Figure in the Carpet is a jazz related improv/composition music album recording by TRIPTET released in 2012 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. 1 External Rhyme 5:39 2 Gates of Glass 3:36 3 Figure in the Carpet 6:59 4 Palimpsest 4:53 5 Rain Tractor 6:34 6 Ode to the Nightwatchman 6:58 7 Under Land 5:39 8 Tuning the Blue City 5:27 9 The Myth of an Ordinary Man 8:03 10 Surfactants 5:06. Drums, Percussion, French Horn, Electronics – Greg Campbell Electronics, Electric Guitar – Tom Baker Tenor Saxophone, Electronics – Michael Monhart. Engine Studios – e050 (US). Thanks to snobb for the addition.
Figure In The Carpet is a English album released on Nov 2012. Figure In The Carpet Album has 10 songs sung by Triptet. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Figure In The Carpet songs on Gaana. English Hindi Telugu Punjabi Tamil Kannada Bhojpuri Malayalam Marathi Bengali Haryanvi.
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The Figure in the Carpet" is a short story (sometimes considered a novella) by American writer Henry James first published in 1896. The Figure in the Carpet has evaded definitive interpretation
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Triptet Figure in the Carpet. Triptet Parallel in Name Only. Triptet The Myth of an Ordinary Man. (play).
Figure in the Carpet by Henry James, which in the hundred years since its. publication has given rise to dozens of conﬂicting readings. This particular tale. Carpet but to demonstrate why it is irresolvable. I will attempt to establish the general principles that guide the metaphoric. structuring of The Figure in the Carpet, a task not dissimilar to what Lakoﬀ and. Turner have so persuasively achieved for a less controversial literary text, the. poem by William Carlos Williams, The Jasmine Lightness of the Moon.
|2||Gates of Glass||3:36|
|3||Figure in the Carpet||6:59|
|6||Ode to the Nightwatchman||6:58|
|8||Tuning the Blue City||5:27|
|9||The Myth of an Ordinary Man||8:03|
- Drums, Percussion, French Horn, Electronics – Greg Campbell
- Electronics, Electric Guitar – Tom Baker
- Tenor Saxophone, Electronics – Michael Monhart