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A Letter Edged In Black: The Record

Performed by:
Andrew Raffo Dewar (soprano saxophone, analog electronics)

Brad Davis (analog electronics)

"The First Fifteen Minutes of The Third Hour" excerpted from a three-hour live sound installation in dialogue with Pete Schulte’s exhibition, A Letter Edged in Black, at The Visual Arts Gallery at The University of Alabama at Birmingham, February 2013

The record was recorded by Andrew Raffo Dewar on 22 February 2013
 Published by Free Movement Arts (ASCAP).

A Letter Edged In Black: The Object

Record and screenprint designed by Pete Schulte
Envelope designed by Jessica Peterson and Pete Schulte
Jessica Peterson printed an edition of 150 at The Southern Letterpress


released May 1, 2015



Andrew Raffo Dewar Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Andrew Raffo Dewar (b.1975 Rosario, Argentina) is a composer, soprano saxophonist, and arts organizer.

Since 1995, he has been active in the music communities of Minneapolis, New Orleans, the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

His work has been performed throughout North America, Southeast Asia and Europe and appears on over a dozen albums released internationally.
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