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Jeff Harrington


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Jeff Harrington is a composer of contemporary classical, electronic and microtonal music from the deep South. He’s also likely the first musician to use the Internet for promotion and music distribution, giving away his scores and MIDI files in the late 80’s through RelayNet BBS’s and FTP sites and then distributing MP2 files in the early 90’s.

His contemporary classical music characteristically uses driving rhythms and intense climactic material. His electronic music, which is typically ambient is noted for its spaciousness and the use of original timbres.

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  • alfapp

    Celestograph I and II - Such a fine trip !!!

    26 Feb 3:44pm Reply
  • gwalla

    Discovered this guy back when he was on (before kicked off its entire community of artists in favor of major label promotions and became a pit of fail; bet they're kicking themselves now that social networking is big). Great, great stuff, both the microtonal electronics and the acoustic contemporary classical. My favorite is the New Zion Pastorale.

    1 Jun 2009 Reply
  • ionola

    Hello sorry by delay..... but i think still the time to wish best year for you and your beloved ones allways love your slow tempo a great snow fall begins with very small flakes

    20 Jan 2009 Reply
  • ionola

    thanx Jeff, love you slow motions sounds

    14 Dec 2008 Reply
  • idealord

    Jeff Harrington - Experimental and Classical composer is not the Jeff Harrington of "Quiet Corner" and composer of the "Duke's of Hazzard" TV show songs! LOL!

    4 Jun 2008 Reply
  • MiloDC

    Conduct of the Moon and Clouds. Love it.

    21 Sep 2007 Reply

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