How is a Church Like the Sea

by Jonathan Segel

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Nerdwood Ecstatic meditations for string and vocal quartets; at times evokes Terry Riley.
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music from Cid Pearlman's Nesting Dolls performance "How is a Church Like the Sea". This was originally a 5 part work, here redone for later performances in L.A. as Church/Sea.

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released May 6, 1996

music is by Jonathan Segel and Laurie Amat, a string quartet and a vocal quartet.
Vocals: Laurie Amat, Chris Birkner, Laura Hermanstorfer, Mel McMurrin.
Strings: Jenny Scheinman, Sarah Berstein (vlns), Jonathan Segel (vla), Sheila Schat (cello)

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Jonathan Segel Sweden

Note: 2017's "Superfluity" is NOT available here, go to Floating World
www.floatingworldrecords.co.uk/albums/superfluity2/

Jonathan Segel is a musician and composer, playing guitar, violin, computer, keyboards, electric bass and singing, etc.

He plays solo or with Camper Van Beethoven and Øresund Space Collective
oresundspacecollective.bandcamp.com
or Sista Maj
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