Emily Burridge

Emily Burridge

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New Age - Ethnic | London, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 524   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: David Darling

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Out of the Blue

2010

A collection of solo 'cello pieces fom Emily's live solo performance "Out of the Blue & Into the Amazon" in which she utilises modern sampling...

Earth Songs

Earth Songs ~ Emily Burridge's first production was released in 1994 and has now been re-mastered and released on the artist's own label: White Horse...

Footsteps in the Sand

"Footsteps in the Sand" encapsulates creative developments born out of a deepening relationship with both the people and the natural environment of...

Bridge between Worlds

“Bridge between Worlds” is a production scored for full orchestra, piano and solo ‘cello.The work consists of nine individual pieces and is...

Bridge between Worlds

Classical - General

“Bridge between Worlds” is a production scored for full orchestra, piano and solo ‘cello.The work consists of nine individual pieces and is fifty minutes in length. Featured within the music are traditional songs and chants of the Xavante tribe of Brazil. The primordial chants of the Xavante Indians blended within “Bridge between Worlds” are recreational and ritualistic events which Emily witnessed and recorded when she was guest in a Xavante village. In composing this music Emily has drawn from these memories. The event which was originally associated with the Xavante song has dictated the mood and tempo of each individual piece. “Bridge between Worlds” is a powerful sonic juxtaposition of cultures. The fluid tapestry of strings and wind instruments have both enhanced and expanded the sense of musical contrast with the deeply rooted ancestral chant of the Xavante. “Bridge between Worlds” is an emotive response by the composer and ‘cellist Emily Burridge as she celebrates and shares through this production her extraordinary experience of living amongst the Xavante tribe. 15% of performance royalties has been designated to fund projects for the benefit of the Xavante community through "The Indigenous People's Cultural Support Trust" ~ www.ipcst.org

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