by Eric Harry

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Cutter’s Way is a movie I was hired to perform on. The score was written by oscar award winning composer Jack Nitszche. It was recorded at Daniel Lanois’ Grant Avenue Studios.
This was the first score I worked on with my glass instruments and at the time, my range of instruments were unheard of. My lowest notes went down to A1.

The score is a fabulous mix of glass music, musical saw, austrian zither, and the Armin Electric Strings.