Priscilla McLean has had a long and illustrious career as composer and performer, first as composer of orchestral, chamber, solo and choral music, then beginning in 1974 as composer and performer of electronic and electroacoustic music, and recently as video artist as well. With husband Barton McLean she toured as The McLean Mix , from 1974 until 2010, full time since 1983, performing their music in yearly concert tours and giving audience interactive installations in 42 U.S. states, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, and Malaysian Borneo. Her life story has been published in a memoir entitled “HANGING OFF THE EDGE- Revelations of a Modern Troubadour”, pub. By iUniverse, 2006. Priscilla McLean’s music has been recorded on CRI, Folkways, Opus One, Advance, and Louisville Orchestra First Edition Records, four Capstone CDs, EM (CD) Records, CRI CD, and four recent DVDs from MLC Publications.

Albums

Gods, Demons, and the Earth

Release Date: September 4, 2012
Catalog Number: RR7860
21st Century
Avant-Garde
Vocal Music
Electronic
Percussion
Voice
GODS, DEMONS, AND THE EARTH was originally released in 1995 was lauded as "awesome" (ClassicalNet) and "surreal" (Twentieth Century Music).
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Fantasies for Adults and Other Children

Release Date: September 4, 2012
Catalog Number: RR7859
21st Century
Chamber
Vocal Music
Piano
Voice
FANTASIES FOR ADULTS AND OTHER CHILDREN was originally released in 1999 was lauded as "awesome" and "at times Cageian and Crumbian" (ClassicalNet).
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The Electric Performer

Release Date: September 4, 2012
Catalog Number: RR7858
21st Century
Avant-Garde
Electroacoustic
Electronic
Saxophone
THE ELECTRIC PERFORMER was originally released in 1997 was lauded as "awesome" "at times Cageian and Crumbian" (ClassicalNet).
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Rainforest Images

Release Date: September 4, 2012
Catalog Number: RR7841
21st Century
Avant-Garde
Electroacoustic
Electronic
Voice
THE MCLEAN MIX: RAINFOREST IMAGES was originally released in 1993 was lauded as "awesome" (ClassicalNet) and "one of the more convincing Fast-West syntheses since Philip Glass's music for Kundun" (Twentieth Century Music).
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