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Lee McClure Electric Flute

by Lee McClure

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This first CD by Lee McClure from 2004 is his performance of electric flute arrangements of J.S. Bach, Ravel, John Coltrane, Rodgers & Hammerstein, and one original composition, “Cerulean Narrows”.

For his self-designed electric flute Lee has composed and performed an extensive repertoire since 1990. Playing a traditional silver flute with a microphone and pickup, Lee routes the sound through 12 processors and a sampler, which he controls with foot pedals. This can produce repeating echoes, deep bass, distortion, 3-octave glissandos, complex harmonies, plus drum samples that can be faded in and out.

Lee’s other electric flute works include:
* ROCK ADAGIO SUITE (2011) has a drum track with four live overdubs of electric flute > archive.org/details/rockadagiosuite2min44secv7
* FOR PAUL is a video of Lee performing his composition with accordionist William Schimmel in 2010 > archive.org/details/ForPaulfluteAccordion
* BLACK LIGHT is the 2011 CD of Lee's electric flute trio with Barry Wedgle on guitar and Eddie Hall on percussion > leemcclure.bandcamp.com/album/black-light

See a complete list of Lee’s Electric Flute Works with links to recordings at www.eclectixnyc.org/WorksAndPerformances-withLinks.html#electric-flute.


released January 1, 2004




Lee McClure New York, New York

Lee McClure founded the Eclectix Chamber Orchestra that has presented over 130 living composers. The New York Times recognized Eclectix as "dedicated to presenting melodic music in the tradition of Debussy, Gershwin, and Ellington." Conductor JoAnn Falletta described Lee’s Symphony No.1 as “a really beautiful work!”. Two of Lee’s major electric flute pieces are “Rock Adagio” & “Danse Nebulae.” ... more

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