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"To watch worldwind expert Chris Bleth jump from the duduk, to the bansuri, to the alto flute, to several other instruments I didn’t even recognize, and play them with such passion, I realized how much emotion from the series is expressed by this one individual," says ScoreKeeper about the 2008 Battlestar Galactica concert on Ain't It Cool News
"Chris Bleth played duduk and bansuri with heart-grabbing gravity (they’re the breathy reed instruments heard often on the lead melodies of McCreary's compositions)," says Antony Teofilo about the performance of music from the second season of Battlestar Galactica at the Mint.
Master of Shoes and Seaweed
Duduks and dumbeks notwithstanding, surely the oddest instrument on the "Mummy" soundtrack was the seaweed. "Chris picked up a piece he found on the beach and dried it," recounts Talmi. "He actually played on it for a couple of the cues, and it created these super-high, tiny little melodic overtones that we used for atmospheric background."
From "Music Fit for a King" article by Bija Gutoff on Apple.com
"Circle of Hell" is a moody ambiance from ethnic woodwinds (performed by the superb Christopher Bleth, ...)" says Randall Larson in review of the Constantine score soundtrack.
"...profound sonority of Chris Bleth’s duduk (a Central Asian oboe-like wind instrument)" says Mark Keresman in review of Azam Ali's Portraits of Grace
"...world acclaimed instrumentalist Chris Bleth on Duduk" says RJ Lannan in review of Lisbeth Scott's Passionate Voice
"Chris Bleth’s heartfelt performances on winds" says Randall Larson in review of the score CD for the "Angel" TV series.
"All the solo woodwinds are live in Angel. Chris Bleth is a master session musician here in LA and does a beautiful job of breathing life into those cues." says composer Rob Kral in an interview about score for TV series "Angel."
"Certainly wind player Chris Bleth's subsequent work in film shows him capable of playing a variety of 'exotic' instruments." says Rob Gokee in review of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" TV series score CD.
"Chris Bleth’s oboe soars in the darkness of the “Moonbird”." says Ted Cox of New Age Voice magazine about John Adorney "The Other Shore" album.