On Foot: Brooklyn

by Craig Shepard

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  • The 64 page hardcover cloth bound book features photography by Beth O'Brien and essays by Craig Shepard. 8.75 x 9.75 inches, 110 lb paper.

    2015 Blank Foot Press. Edition Wandelweiser Book Series #4.

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  • Compact Disc (CD)

    The CD contains music composed on the project On Foot: Brooklyn. From February 21 to May 21, 2012, Craig Shepard walked everywhere he went. For each of the 13 weeks, he composed a new piece and wrote it down. Each Sunday, he led a silent, cell-phone free walk to a different location in Brooklyn and performed the piece he composed that week outdoors in a public space.

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  • Sheet Music

    Thirteen 5x7 scores, one for each piece composed on the trek. Full color. Printed on 110lb paper.
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From February 21 to may 21 2012, Craig Shepard walked 780 miles in New York City, traveling exclusively on foot. Each week he wrote a new composition. Each Sunday, he led a silent, cell-phone free walk to a different location in Brooklyn and performed it in an outdoor public space. This CD features 5 pieces from the trek.

credits

released November 12, 2014

Composer: Craig Shepard
Performed by: Katie Porter (clarinet), Devin Maxwell (snare drum), Jack Callahan (melodica, bottles), Erik Carlson (violin), Nick Didkovsky (electric guitar), Dan Joseph (hammer dulcimer), Larry Polansky (electric guitar), Mathew Schumer (baritone sax), Kristen McKeon (alto sax),
Erin Rogers (tenor sax)
Recorded at: Degraw Sound, Brooklyn (Ben Rice, owner, desinged and built by Dave Ellis)
Recording Engineer/Field Recordings by: Ben Manley
Edited by: Craig Shepard
Mixing and mastering by: Nick Prout for True Sonix Inc. at Chesky Studios, NYC
Design, photography by: Beth O'Brien

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Craig Shepard Brooklyn, New York

Craig Shepard makes music related to stillness, often in public spaces. Listening to his music is like listening to the sound of falling snow. He writes music through a rigorous walking process, most recently in On Foot: Brooklyn, a 91-day 780-mile trek in New York City. ... more

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