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This term has been covered by the website Wikipedia as "[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhodri_Davies_(musician) Rhodri Davies (musician)]"
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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhodri_Davies_(musician) Rhodri Davies (musician) page at wikipedia]
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Below there is an introduction - a simple copy and paste. from Wikipedia then a link to the Wikipedia entry.
  
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==Introduction, copied from Wikipedia==
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Rhodri Davies (born Aberystwyth, 1971) is a harp player working within the field of free improvisation. He was one of the most prominent members of the London reductionist school of improvised music that was active in the late 1990s and early 2000s[1] and which has been described as being "extremely influential over the last decade".[2]
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Davies is also active in the field of contemporary composition where he has commissioned new works for the harp from leading avant-garde composers.[2] He has also worked as an orchestral player and as a session musician for Charlotte Church and Cinematic Orchestra amongst others.[3] He has appeared on over 60 commercially available recordings.
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He has created a number of installations and performances which involve destroying or disassembling the harp.[3] In 2010 he was longlisted for the Northern Arts Prize[4] and in 2012 he received the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists award.[5]
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He is a board member of the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and a trustee of the AV Festival.[6]
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==Link to the Wikipedia page==
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[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhodri_Davies_(musician) Rhodri Davies (musician) page at wikipedia]
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
 
[http://www.rhodridavies.com/ Rhodri Davies website]
 
[http://www.rhodridavies.com/ Rhodri Davies website]
 
  
 
[[Category:UK Improviser Musician ]][[Category:Wales Improviser Musician ]]
 
[[Category:UK Improviser Musician ]][[Category:Wales Improviser Musician ]]

Latest revision as of 09:28, 12 January 2020


This term has been covered by the website Wikipedia as "Rhodri Davies (musician)"

This mediawiki site, a `wiki dictionary` about the nature and practice of free improvisation declines to duplicate the content of that listing. Below there is an introduction - a simple copy and paste. from Wikipedia then a link to the Wikipedia entry.

Introduction, copied from Wikipedia

Rhodri Davies (born Aberystwyth, 1971) is a harp player working within the field of free improvisation. He was one of the most prominent members of the London reductionist school of improvised music that was active in the late 1990s and early 2000s[1] and which has been described as being "extremely influential over the last decade".[2]

Davies is also active in the field of contemporary composition where he has commissioned new works for the harp from leading avant-garde composers.[2] He has also worked as an orchestral player and as a session musician for Charlotte Church and Cinematic Orchestra amongst others.[3] He has appeared on over 60 commercially available recordings.

He has created a number of installations and performances which involve destroying or disassembling the harp.[3] In 2010 he was longlisted for the Northern Arts Prize[4] and in 2012 he received the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists award.[5]

He is a board member of the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and a trustee of the AV Festival.[6]

Link to the Wikipedia page

Rhodri Davies (musician) page at wikipedia

External links

Rhodri Davies website