John Cage - The 25-Year Retrospective Concert Of The Music Of John Cage album flac
Concert For Piano And Orchestra Performer – David Tudor "Recorded in performance at Town Hall, New York, May 15, 1958" Recorded live at Town Hall, NYC i. .
First release of "Imaginary Landscape No, 1", composed by Cage in 1939. This piece is the oldest published composition in history to be considered as an electronic work. It combined pre-recorded sinus frequencies (played on two variable speed turntables) with some percussions. Re-issue of a 3-record set, which was privately issued by George Avakian and contains recordings made at the "25-Year Retrospective Concert of the Music of John Cage", at Town Hall, New York, May 15, 1958. Includes a 94-page booklet with notes by in English and German.
If these works have been given superior interpretations in the intervening years (especially by John Tilbury and Joshua Pierce), their loveliness is still quite apparent here. Disc three begins attractively enough, with David Tudor's reading of "Music for Carillon No. 1" sent rippling through the theater. One can easily imagine that Cage, at least in retrospect, would appreciate this intrusion of the "real world. In any case, this set is a must-have for any fan of the composer, not only capturing a historic occasion in his career, but also affording some fine performances of a number of his key works. Track Listing - Disc 1.
Album · 1960 · 10 Songs. Concert Percussion for Orchestra - Music of John Cage, Henry Cowell, Lou Harrison, Amadeo Roldan and William Russell. Zero ads. Try it now. Learn more. Diğer alışveriş seçenekleri: Bir Apple Store’u ziyaret edin, 00800 448 829 873 ya da 0216 282 15 11 numaralı telefonu arayın veya bir bayi bulun.
John Cage one of the most amazing creative and imaginative Americans ever in the history of classical music. Actually I don't think of him as a composer as much as I think of him as a philosopher. What I learned from his creative mind was the ability to look at any situation and see it as a composition. To really appreciate Cage's music it is best to hear him or David Tudor perform or "conduct" it, they are both onboard here for this excellent three . set. Most of Cage's major works are represented here, his percussion pieces, his prepared piano, even his tape music. Start here, then get Indeterminancy, Roaratorio, more preapared piano pieces, and Cartridge music.
Cage: Concert for Piano & Orchestra. Albert Kaufman, Andrew Lolya, Sy Schwartzberg, Melvyn Broiles, Don Butterfield, Frank Rehak, Jesse Taiko, Joan Brockway, Anahid Ajemian, David Tudor, Allan Martin, Isadore Cohen, William Gromko, Burton Fisch. Cage, John (1912-92). Cage: Concert for Piano & Orchestra.
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Concert for Piano and Orchestra.
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|1-1||Six Short Inventions For Seven Instruments
Alto Flute – Andrew LolyaCello – Joan BrockwayClarinet – Albert KaufmanTrumpet – Melvyn BroilesViola – Burton Fisch, William GromkoViolin – Anahid Ajemian
|1-2||[First] Construction In Metal
Percussion – Douglas Allan, Manhattan Percussion Ensemble, Marvin Rosenberg , Michael Colgrass, Warren SmithPiano – David TudorPiano [Assistant] – Merce Cunningham
|1-3||Imaginary Landscape No. 1
Performer – Doris Dennison, John Cage, Margaret Jansen, Xenia Cage
|1-4||The Wonderful Widow Of Eighteen Springs
Contralto Vocals – Arline CarmenPiano – John Cage
|She Is Asleep||(13:11)|
Percussion – Michael Colgrass, Paul Price, Philip Brown, Warren Smith
Contralto Vocals – Arline CarmenPiano – John Cage
|Sonatas And Interludes
Piano – Maro Ajemian
|3-1||Music For Carillon [No.1]
Electronics [Electronic Carillon] – David Tudor
Performer [Realization] – David Tudor, Earle Brown, John CageTechnician [Technical Assistance] – Colonel Richard Ranger, Louis A. Stevenson, Jr.
|3-3||Concert For Piano And Orchestra
Bass – Jesse Taiko*Bassoon, Baritone Saxophone – Sy SchwartzbergCello – Joan BrockwayClarinet [In B Flat] – Albert KaufmanConductor – Merce CunninghamFlute, Piccolo Flute, Alto Flute – Andrew LolyaPiano – David TudorTrombone [Sliding] – Frank RehakTrumpet [Trumpets In F, E Flat, D, C And B Flat] – Melvyn BroilesTuba [In F And B Flat] – Don ButterfieldViola – Burton Fisch, William GromkoViolin – Allan Martin*, Anahid Ajemian, Isadore Cohen*
- Recorded At – Town Hall, New York
- Composed By – John Cage
- Liner Notes – George Avakian, John Cage, Rolf W. Stoll
- Photography By – Aram Avakian
- Producer – George Avakian
- Producer [Concert] – Emile de Antonio, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg
- Recorded By – Robert E. Blake
- Remastered By [Digital Restoration] – Allan Tucker
NotesFirst release of "Imaginary Landscape No, 1", composed by Cage in 1939.
This piece is the oldest published composition in history to be considered as an electronic work. It combined pre-recorded sinus frequencies (played on two variable speed turntables) with some percussions.
Re-issue of a 3-record set, which was privately issued by George Avakian and contains recordings made at the "25-Year Retrospective Concert of the Music of John Cage", at Town Hall, New York, May 15, 1958. Includes a 94-page booklet with notes by in English and German.
Six Short Inventions for Seven Instruments
[First] Construction in Metal
Imaginary Landscape No. 1 - a recording for constant and variable frequency records, cymbal and piano
The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs - text adapted from Finnegans Wake
She is Asleep
Sonatas and Interludes (1946-48)
Music for Carillon [No.1]
Williams Mix - four stereophonic magnetic tape playbacks, eight loudspeakers
This edition is dedicated to John Cage, Emile de Antonio and Maro Ajemian.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 010228 624724
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