1. Blanket - from Cathartic, Movement IV
    Composed by Keith Kramer
    Performed live at at Merkin Hall, New York by
    Azimuth: Jessica Hanel Satava, soprano; David LaVorgna, flute; Joseph Satava, piano; Azimuth Quartet: James Tung, violin; Nicholas Currie, violin; Alice Tung, viola; Adam Gonzalez, violoncello
    Filmed by Martin Tzanev on 11.6.10
    John Guth, recording engineer
    Featured on the Navona CD Emerge
    And the forthcoming film Beyond Sonic Boundaries Live
    Please visit
    http://www.keithkramer.org
    http://www.navonarecords.com
    http://www.azimuthquartet.com
    http://www.jessicahanel.com
    ©2012 Keith Kramer

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  2. Brink, composed by Keith Kramer, performed by Pictures on Silence: Noah Getz, soprano saxophone, Jacqueline Pollauf, harp
    Performed live on Friday, November 20th, 2009 at An Die Musik Live! in Baltimore, Maryland
    From the Forthcoming DVD Beyond Sonic Boundaries Live!
    Brink also appears on the Keith Kramer double album Emerge released by Navona Records
    Emerge cover photo by Fred Merrill; Emerge graphic design by Jesse Ciarmataro
    Beyond Sonic Boundaries photo by Fred Merrill
    Filmed by Ljiljana Jovanović; Audio Engineering by Keith Kramer; Audio to Video Syncing by Martin Tzanev

    Please visit
    http://www.keithkramer.org
    http://www.picturesonsilence.org
    http://www.jpharp.com
    http://www.noahgetz.com
    http://www.andiemusiklive.com

    ©2012 Keith Kramer

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  3. Inexplicable - composed by Keith Kramer
    Performed live at the University of Denver on April 3rd, 2009
    David LaVorgna, flute, Azimuth String Quartet: Nicholas Currie, violin, James Tung, violin, Alice Tung, viola Adam Gonzalez, cello

    Inexplicable also appears on the Keith Kramer double album Emerge released by Navona
    as performed by David LaVorgna and the Mariner String Quartet

    Emerge cover photo by Fred Merrill
    Emerge graphic design by Jesse Ciarmataro

    Outro music:
    Inexplicable by Keith Kramer performed by
    David LaVorgna, flute, Mariner String Quartet: Phanos Dymiotis, violin, Nicholas Currie, violin, Michael Strauss, viola, Adam Gonzalez, cello

    Please visit
    http://www.keithkramer.org
    http://www.azimuthquartet.com

    ©2012 Keith Kramer

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  4. Cathartic
    in five movements
    I. Trichotomy 1: Prelude
    II. Dichotomy 1: Karma Bleeds
    III. Trichotomy 2: Interlude
    IV. Dichotomy 2: Blanket
    V. Trichotomy 3: Postlude

    composed by Keith Kramer

    performed by
    Azimuth:
    Jessica Hanel Satava, voice; David LaVorgna, flute;
    Joseph Satava, piano; Azimuth Quartet: James Tung, violin;
    Nicholas Currie, violin; Alice Tung, viola;
    Adam Gonzalez, violoncello
    filmed by Ljiljana Jovanović at An die Musik Live in Baltimore, Maryland
    on 5-2-10
    Featured on the Navona CD Emerge
    Please visit
    http://www.keithkramer.org
    http://www.navonarecords.com
    http://www.azimuthquartet.com
    http://www.jessicahanel.com
    ©2011 Keith Kramer

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  5. Compact Disparity
    composed by Keith Kramer
    Performed live at Merkin Hall in New York
    on March 25, 2006
    by The Beyond Sonic Boundaries Orchestra:
    David LaVorgna, flute, Gottfried Stoger, soprano saxophone;
    David Taylor, bass trombone;
    Jade Strings:
    Lisa Lee, violin; Wei Tan, violin;
    Ching Chen Juhl, viola; Clara Lee, violoncello;
    Keith Kramer, conductor
    Filmed by Martin Tzanev
    From the Navona CD Release Emerge
    Please Visit http://www.keithkramer.org and http://www.navonarecords.com
    ©2011 Keith Kramer

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