Contemporary composer Llorenç Barber is most beneficial known as the writer of large-scale pieces played about all the church bells within a city. Through the entire ’90s he was commissioned by several European towns and music celebrations to produce these unique items. The Catalan composer in addition has collaborated on works together with Javier Maderuelo, choreographer Antonio Aparisi (for “Gargoyles,” predicated on Valencia’s Lonja building), and vocalist/performance designer Fatima Miranda, with whom Barber co-founded the group Taller de Música Mundana. Barber was also a founding person in l’Ensemble Actum in the first ’70s. Many CDs of his function, including Linguopharincampanology, have already been released in European countries.