Adam Asnan
CD (E101)

Fancy: a 17th century term generally describing a
composition in which form is of secondary importance.
Fancies were usually contra-puntal and in several
sections. (The Oxford Dictionary of Music)

Fancies (2009) served to reconcile previously unsettled
material, based upon a scheme that condones disparity
between its constituent parts. In the period since its
completion, and subsequent issue on cassette, Fancies
has come to represent an antithesis to what I originally
termed ‘a work in parenthesis’.
  Forbearance (2011) was composed specifically to
accompany Fancies, and can be considered its honorary
sixth part. The work signals a shift in my attitude towards
notions of compositional economy, formal concurrence
and discordance, engagement and refrain — aspects of
Fancies that I have since come to admire.

Mastered by Giuseppe Ielasi

See also
Various (E84)
Adam Asnan (E155)
Adam Asnan (E196)
Out of print

Fancies was previously available on cassette
in an edition of 50 copies (E101; 2010)

Edition of 200 copies
Co-published with Senufo Editions