John Cage - Atlas Eclipticalis With Winter Music album flac
Atlas Eclipticalis With Winter Music Performance I 00:00 Performance II 1:19:59 Atlas Eclipticalis 2:39:55 Conductor – Melvin Strauss Engineer – David.
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Atlas Eclipticalis (1961-62) + Winter Music (1957) controlled by Cartridge Music (1960) recorded at Hilversum, Phonogram-Studio. The role of "assistant to the conductor" involves controll of contact microphones fitted on the instruments.
He created the score for Winter Music by using the I Ching and incorporated the imperfections in the paper he wrote it on in the compositional process. The composer also supervised the 10-minute version of Winter Music, made in 1991, and it has an energy that was not discernible when it was simultaneously played with Atlas.
2007 Atlas Eclipticalis with Winter Music/Disc 3/01 - Atlas Eclipticalis (Crowell Hall, 2-26-88). 2007 Atlas Eclipticalis with Winter Music/Disc 3/02 - Winter Music (Jordan Hall, 3-91). 2007 Atlas Eclipticalis with Winter Music/Disc 3/Atlas Eclipticalis with Winter Music. 2007 Atlas Eclipticalis with Winter Music/Disc 3/John Cage - Atlas Eclipticalis with Winter Music. John Cage Shock Vol. 3 '2012. Concert For Piano And Orchestra, Atlas Eclipticalis '2011.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Atlas Eclipticalis & Winter Music, 103 (2000) by John Cage. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Atlas Eclipticalis & Winter Music, 103. 1. Atlas Eclipticalis & Winter Music, Part 1. 16'55. Recent albums by John Cage.
When conducting Atlas Eclipticalis, Cage always included Winter Music with Tudor. The minimum duration of 40 minutes, and the grand instrumentation of 86 parts – among them, nine percussionists, three sets of timpani and three harps – makes a complete performance of Atlas Eclipticalis a daunting enterprise. It was not programmed in its entirety until 1992, when Petr Kotik and The Orchestra of the . Ensemble presented Tribute to John Cage at Carnegie Hall, with a two-hour rendition of the work, simultaneously with Winter Music (David Tudor at the piano)
If you like John Cage: Atlas Eclipticalis & Winter Music, 103, you may also like: Exit Rumination by C. Diab. C. Diab describes Exit Rumination as a sonic exorcism, and its dark, swelling songs are equal parts catharsis and tension.
JOHN CAGE CONDUCTS JOHN CAGE: Atlas Eclipticalis (1961) for chamber ensemble with Winter Music (1957) for 3 pianos Live performances, 11 December 1983 Cornish Theater at the Cornish Institute, Seattle, Washington CD 1: Performance I, 6:30 pm (80:00) CD 2: Performance II, 8:30 pm (79:59) The New Performance Group John Cage, conductor. COMPOSER SUPERVISED PERFORMANCES RELEASED FOR THE FIRST TIME: Atlas Eclipticalis (1961) (29:44) for orchestra Live performance, 26 February 1988 Crowell Hall at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut The Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra with The Hartt Contemporary Players and The Arditti Quartet Melvin Strauss, conductor. Winter Music (1957) (10:17) for 20 pianos The Callithumpian Consort: Alanna Battat, Johanna Kovitz, Guy Livingston Mina Yang, pianos Stephen Drury, director (DDD recordings).
Atlas Eclipticalis: Live, Crowell Hall, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 26 February 1988 - Hartt Contemporary Players & Arditti String Quartet, Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra. 2. Winter Music: Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston, Massachusetts, March 1991 - Callithumpian Consort of the New England Conservatory. Listen to Atlas Eclipticalis With Winter Music now. Listen to Atlas Eclipticalis With Winter Music in full in the this site app. Play on this site. You look like someone who appreciates good music.
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|Atlas Eclipticalis With Winter Music|
Conductor – Melvin StraussEngineer – David AvidorEnsemble – The Arditti Quartet*, The Hartt Contemporary Players*Orchestra – The Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra
Edited By – Brian BrandtEngineer – David AvidorEnsemble – The Callithumpian Consort*Leader [Director] – Stephen DruryPiano – Alanna Battat, Guy Livingston, Johanna Kovitz, Mina Yang
- Art Direction, Executive-Producer – Brian Brandt
- Composed By – John Cage
- Conductor – John Cage (tracks: 1-1 to 2-1)
- Edited By [Reissue Editing], Mastered By [24-bit Mastering] – Steve Puntolillo
- Engineer [Noise Reduction For Reissue] – Francis Milano (tracks: 1-1 to 2-1)
- Ensemble – The New Performance Group (tracks: 1-1 to 2-1)
- Liner Notes – Don Gillespie, John Cage, Matthew Kocmieroski, Stephen Drury
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Martine Jore
- Liner Notes [German Translation] – Sabine Feisst*
- Mastered By [Extra Length 80-minute CD Mastering] – Yannick Willox (tracks: 1-1 to 2-1)
- Photography By [John Cage] – Eileen Daley
NotesComes in cardboard case with 35-page booklet containing liner notes in English, German and French.
Tracks 1-1 to 2-1: Atlas Eclipticalis version for chamber orchestra with Winter Music version for three pianos
The two works are performed simultaneously.
World Premiere recording of the complete edition.
Recorded live at the Cornish Theater of the Cornish Institute; Seattle, Washington on December 11, 1983.
Tape hiss and some distortions are present due to the limitations of the analogue source material.
Originally released in a 4xLP Box Set under the same catalogue number.
Track 3-1: Atlas Eclipticalis version for orchestra
Recorded live in performance, 26 February 1988, Crowmwell Hall at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. Supervised by the composer. Previously not issued.
Track 3-2: Winter Music version for 20 pianos
Overdubbed by four pianists to perform the parts for 20 pianos. Previously not issued.
This is Volume 2 in Mode's series of the Music of John Cage.
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