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This is Benjamin Toth's first solo CD and he is dedicating it to the protean music of composer David Macbride.

David MacBride Composer. Conundrum, for piano & percussion Work. Benjamin Toth Marimba, David MacBride Piano. 4. Conundrum, for piano & percussion. David MacBride Composer. Shadow, for baroque flutes Work. In Common, for violin & temple bowls Work. Naxos featured album.

David Macbride is a prolific composer who has received numerous awards and performances worldwide. Macbride achieves a remarkable balance of technical rigor and free spirited invention. Macbride is on the faculty of the Hartt School, University of Hartford, Connecticut.

David Macbride, Composer/Pianist; Benjamin Toth, Percussionist. Snider, Larry D. (1999) An Interview with Conundrum: David Macbride, Composer/Pianist; Benjamin Toth, Percussionist. In: Percussive Notes, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 65-69.

Benjamin Toth & David Macbride. From Without (Conundrum 2). Your browser does not support the audio element.

In Common gathers duets composed by David Macbride between 1993 and 1998. The approach varies from one work to the other. The two "Conundrum" compositions epitomize the wide range covered by this album: The first one, written for piano and marimba/xylophone, uses a chromatic scale, while "From Without (Conundrum 2)," for prepared piano and timbrack (a group of miscellaneous resounding objects arranged in a scale), blends western and eastern scales into a piece close to Harry Partch's most percussive works