Christopher DeLaurenti

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Christopher DeLaurenti (born 1977) is a Seattle-based composer, improvisor and phonographer. A new music rabble-rouser, he also writes music reviews and articles.[1] His electro-acoustic works are composed of field recordings and often deal with political issues, political protests in particular. His weekly column, The Score, appeared in the Seattle alt-weekly The Stranger from 2002 to 2010.[2] His writings have also appeared in 21st Century Music, The Seattle Times, Signal to Noise, Soundscape, Earshot Jazz, and Tablet.[3]


  1. ^ Christopher Delaurenti homepage.
  2. ^ Articles by Christopher DeLaurenti for The Stranger newspaper.
  3. ^ Articles by Christopher DeLaurenti for The Stranger newspaper; official homepage [1].

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