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John Cage: Concerto for Prepared Piano and Chamber Orchestra (1950/1951) . John Cage: Living room music (1940) - Продолжительность: 8:10 Wellesz Theatre.

Track 4, Rozart Mix, doesn't appear on this album though it's written on the frontcover, in the tracklist on the backcover and in the liner notes. Instead there's a segement of what might be Concert For Piano And Orchestra. Track 5 says Suite For Toy Piano, but it is Music For Amplified Toy Pianos. The performers on tracks 6 to 8 doesn't correspond with the original release. - Tracks 1 to 4 recorded June, 1971, Cologne.

2. Imaginary Landscape No. 1. 7:31. 3. Concert For Piano And Orchestra, Solo For Voice I, Solo For Voice II. 19:03. 5. Music For Amplified Toy Pianos.

Music for Amplified Toy Pianos (1960) has a score of transparencies similar to Cartridge Music; however, whereas Cartridge Music tends to be very noisy and busy, Music for Amplified Toy Pianos is very wispy and often silent. This performance is true to Cage 's intentions and sounds more like him than the earlier material.

The Suite for Toy Piano is one of Cage's works for prepared piano and the Music for Carillon bring this collection to a fascinating conclusion. This is a spectacularly well-planned disc, revealing various facets of the enigma/inventor - the latter Schoenbergâ?™s term - that was John Cage. We hear works whose sounded surface is generated by indeterminacy, chaotic juxtapositions and a catalogue of gorgeous sounds. Credo in US was the earliest piece Cage wrote for his partner in the mid-1940s, the choreographer Merce Cunningham. Dvořákâ?™s music intertwines with, is subverted by and complements Cageâ?™s in the most spellbinding way. Snippets from radio plays are juxtaposed with block piano chords; jazz suddenly appears - just after twelve minutes - pure and unannounced.

Imaginary Landscape No. 1 is a very interesting choice, as it is seldom played owing to its requirement of two variable speed turntables equipped with a foot pedal and frequency records, this sounds more like a standard frequency tester with a dial, and perhaps that's what's in use. Taking advantage of some options that Cage did prescribe, the Concert for Piano and Orchestra - or at least, some parts from the score - are performed in tandem with the Solos for Voice 1 and 2, sung simultaneously by sopranos Bell Imhoff and Doris Sandrock. Music for Amplified Toy Pianos (1960) has a score of transparencies similar to Cartridge Music; however, whereas Cartridge Music tends to be very noisy and busy, Music for Amplified Toy Pianos is very wispy and often silent. This performance is true to Cage's intentions and sounds more like him than the earlier material. -Tracks 1 to 4 recorded June, 1971, Cologne.

Credo in US. Crete & Dad (1945). Daughters of the Lonesome Isle, for prepared piano (1945). Music for Carillon No. 2, for carillon (January 1954; 2-octave version made in January 1961). 3, for carillon (January 1954; 2-octave version made in January 1961). Music for Carillon, No. 1, 1958. Music for Four (1987, revised 1988). Music for one (1984). Music for Piano 1 (1952). Music for Piano 2 (1953). Music for Piano 20 (1953). Double Music (John Cage, Lou Harrison). Concerto for prepared piano and orchestra (1950 - 51). Piano Concerto.

This is a list of compositions for piano and orchestra. For a description of related musical forms, see Concerto and Piano concerto. Johann Christian Ludwig Abeille. Grand Concerto in D major, Op. 6 (1763), for one piano four-hands and orchestra. 6 Concertos for harpsichord (or pianoforte), two violins and cello, Op. 11 (first printed in 1771; F, B-flat, E-flat, D, G, C). Lev Abeliovich. Piano Concerto (1978-1980). 1 is a composition for records of constant and variable frequency, large chinese cymbal and string piano by American composer John Cage and the first in the series of Imaginary Landscapes. It was composed in 1939. John Cage wrote this composition while he was living in Seattle, earning money by making music for dancers, such as Music for an Aquatic Ballet.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Credo In Us
Conductor – Rainer RiehnPercussion – Burkhard Wissemann, Michael DietzPiano – Christoph KellerTurntables [Phonograph], Electronics [Radio] – Johann-Nikolaus Matthes
16:11
2 Imaginary Landscape No. 1
Conductor – Rainer RiehnPercussion – Michael DietzPiano – Christoph KellerTurntables [Frequency Recordings] – Johann-Nikolaus Matthes
7:31
3 Concert For Piano And Orchestra / Solo For Voice I / Solo For Voice II
Conductor – Rainer RiehnEnsemble – Ensemble Musica NegativaPiano – Hermann DanuserVoice – Bell Imhoff, Doris Sandrock
18:03
4 Rozart Mix
Ensemble – Ensemble Musica Negativa
7:14
5 Music For Amplified Toy Pianos 11:58
Music For Carillon
6 No. 1 6:58
7 No. 2 1:25
8 No. 3 1:30

Credits

  • Composed By – John Cage
  • Design – Georgina Curtis
  • Engineer [Balance Engineer] – Allan Parsons* (tracks: 5 to 8), Johann-Nikolaus Matthes (tracks: 1 to 4), Stuart Eltham (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Liner Notes – Martin Cotton
  • Liner Notes [French Translation] – Dennis Collins
  • Liner Notes [German Translation] – Gudrun Meier
  • Performer – Gentle Fire (tracks: 5 to 8), Graham Hearn (tracks: 5 to 8), Hugh Davies (tracks: 5 to 8), Michael Robinson (tracks: 5 to 8), Richard Bernas (tracks: 5 to 8), Stuart Jones (tracks: 5 to 8)
  • Photography By – Jupiter Unlimited
  • Producer – David Mottley (tracks: 5 to 8), Lieselotte Montes-Baquer (tracks: 1 to 4)

Notes

Track 4, Rozart Mix, doesn't appear on this album though it's written on the frontcover, in the tracklist on the backcover and in the liner notes. Instead there's a segement of what might be Concert For Piano And Orchestra.
Track 5 says Suite For Toy Piano, but it is Music For Amplified Toy Pianos.
The performers on tracks 6 to 8 doesn't correspond with the original release. This record claims that all members of Gentle Fire were participating, while only a few members are credited on the original recording.
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Tracks 1 to 4 recorded June, 1971, Cologne.
Tracks 5 to 8 recorded 11-12 May, Abbey Road Studios, London.
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Tracks 1 to 3 originally released in a four LP box-set as 1C 165-28954/7 in 1972.
Tracks 5 to 8 originally released on LP as 1C 065-02 469 in 1974.
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Credo In Us
Imaginary Landscape No. 1
Concert For Piano And Orchestra (1957-58) simultaneously performed with Solo For Voice 1 and Solo For Voice 2
Music For Amplified Toy Pianos
Music For Carillon No. 1 , No. 2 & No. 3

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looks like there are two different editions of this CD, but cat number and barcode are the same. in the second (?) edition, track duration is different (i.e. track 4 is 7:19) and there is Rozart Mix.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
50999 2 34454 2 0 John Cage Concert For Piano And Orchestra / Credo In Us / Imaginary Landscape No. 1 / Rozart Mix / Suite For Toy Piano / Music For Carillon ‎(CD, Comp, MP, RE, RM) EMI Classics 50999 2 34454 2 0 Europe 2008

John Cage - Concert For Piano And Orchestra / Credo In Us / Imaginary Landscape No. 1 / Rozart Mix / Suite For Toy Piano / Music For Carillon album flac
Contemporary, Experimental
Performer: John Cage
Title: Concert For Piano And Orchestra / Credo In Us / Imaginary Landscape No. 1 / Rozart Mix / Suite For Toy Piano / Music For Carillon
Category: Electronic / Classical
Country: Europe
Released: 2008
Rating: 4.6/5
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