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Seven Visions
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Seven Visions

 
Seven Visions is a collection of dreamy, hypnotic electro acoustic and electronic minimalism. The album features compositions for solo instruments plus electronics, and for electronics only.
 
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Hindsight
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Hindsight

 
Hindsight is a collection of cinematic compositions scored for piano, strings, saxophones, clarinets, flute, percussion, and synthesizers. The fusion of classical, minimalist, and jazz elements gives rise to tense moods and dense atmospheres.
 
 
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Reflections
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Reflections

 
Reflections is the musical element of a multimedia performance project (music+lighting+video+dancer) performed by guitarist José Luís Bieito. In addition to works by Steve Reich and George Winston, it features new recordings of Nicky Hind's Ripples, Reflections, and Crossings.
 
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Lamentations
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Lamentations

 
Robert Lampis' CD Lamentations features a world premiere recording of the piece for solo guitar (+electronics) by Nicky Hind, Lamentations. It also includes new recordings by Lampis of Cossings and Reflections, as well as Dark Cloud by Eddie McGuire, and works by the guitarist himself.
 
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Contemporary Music for Guitar
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Contemporary Music for Guitar

 
Contemporary Music for Guitar is a collection of 20th-century guitar music performed by Cem Duruoz, and features the first recording of Nicky Hind's Crossings, as well as works by Walton, Davidovsky, Hoinic, and Rockmaker.
 
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Computer Music @ CCRMA
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Computer Music @ CCRMA

 
A collection of electronic music composed at the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA), Stanford University. Includes a performance of Nicky Hind's Ripples by Cem Duruoz.
 
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Ripples
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Ripples

 
Produced by Nicky Hind, German guitarist Stefan Grasse's 1996 CD features the first recording of Nicky Hind's Ripples. The CD also includes works by Steve Reich, Eddie McGuire, and Leo Brouwer.
 
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Musical Machinery
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Musical Machinery

 
Muisical Machinery is a collection of technologically-driven compositions first released on the Unknown Public label in 1994, and re-released in 2005. it includes Nicky Hind's Rain, for computer-generated electronics.
 
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