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The Pale McConnell and more art by C. Lee T.

The Pale McConnell, 2020
22.5 x 40 x 6 inch (h x w x d)
Digital Collage & Music Video
[2020-90]

Artist Biography:
C. Lee T. has been quietly creating music under various pseudonyms for the last 21 years. His first album “Nomim Yassir* - Project #1, 1999” was quickly followed by several more albums under the new pseudonym Philip Stranger** which were eventually made available for free download on Bandcamp.com. These range in styles from Modern Musique Concrète, Experimental Electronic Music (some realized exclusively with the Moog Voyager synthesizer) as well as multi-instrumental albums, film scores for nonexistent movies, collaborations with other musicians, solo piano pieces, musical sketches and a comedy album. More recently, adopting a variation of his true name, C. Lee T. has been creating new music and visual art/videos for display on his YouTube channel, as well as an album of “experimental classical music” titled Square Triangles (available on all major digital music platforms). He has also collaborated with the Barbadian microtonal saxophonist Basile Huguenin-Virchaux on the track “Song of the Sea” for the upcoming compilation of Abnormal Music, The Beheading of Saint Paul.

Links:
E-mail (all commissions considered)
christopherleethurlow@gmail.com
(Please use ATTN:CLEET in the subject line)

Square Triangles
https://cleet.hearnow.com

New music with art/videos
https://m.youtube.com/user/cleethurlow/videos

All the (free) early works
https://philipstranger.bandcamp.com

*The first pseudonym & also a play on words which secretly confessed his homosexuality long before he officially came out of the closet.

**Formerly Philip A. Stranger, this name is pulled from the pages of one of his favorite books, The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers

Title of Work: The Pale McConnell
Date of Work: 09/21/2020
Size of Work: 2.8MB
Media: Digital Collage & Music Video
About: Created in response to the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and what that might mean for the future of the Supreme Court of the USA.



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