"Trey Pollard"

Trey Pollard releases commentary version of new album ‘Antiphone’

Trey Pollard talks you through his new album Antiphone with this newly released track-by-track commentary. Pollard discusses his thought process, the systematic framework he adopted while writing, and some of the techniques used to make this stunning debut of contemporary chamber pieces. Listen to Antiphone with Trey Pollard’s commentary Trey Pollard – Antiphone (SB019) LP/CD/DIG/SHEET MUSIC | 11.16.2018 COMMENTARY […]

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December 14, 2018

The debut album from Trey Pollard, out now

In-house arranger for Spacebomb, Trey Pollard, makes his debut as a composer in his own right on Antiphone. Antiphone is an album of chamber pieces under his own name featuring a set of preludes and fugues for string quintet and pieces for chamber string orchestra and piano. Pollard’s work has been a vital component of productions by a growing […]

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November 16, 2018

Trey Pollard – “8 Pairs: Fugue VIII. March”

Trey Pollard‘s forthcoming album Antiphone is made up of eight pairs of preludes and fugues, plus the two-part piece “Fixed Ideas.” Pollard has already shared the first part of “Fixed Ideas” and one fugue from the eight pairs, “Fugue VI. Very Slowly,” and today he returns with “Fugue VIII. March.” Produced by Matthew E. White, Antiphone will be released […]

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October 19, 2018

Trey Pollard – “Fixed Ideas: I”

Trey Pollard has unveiled the next single from his contemporary classical debut album Antiphone. Produced by Matthew E. White, Antiphone will be released on November 16. Of the piece “Fixed Ideas: I,” Pollard says: Fixed Ideas: I is from a set of siblings pieces for chamber strings and piano that are overly concerned with some aspect of […]

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October 4, 2018

Trey Pollard – “8 Pairs: Fugue VI. Very Slowly” – ‘Antiphone’ out Nov. 16

Today, Trey Pollard announces that his debut album Antiphone will be out November 16 and releases the first track, “8 Pairs: Fugue VI. Very Slowly.” “This is the pretty one,” says Pollard about “Fugue VI.” “You can only control some aspects of a work’s character; the form and maybe the initial melodic and harmonic content. […]

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September 24, 2018