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This is a CD released by Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi (1905-1988) in 2006 from the American/New York classical label Mode. Contains 13 pieces for orchestra. Jewel case, shrink specification. Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. ------------------------------- ---------- CD...
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This is a CD released in 1905 by Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi (1988-2007) from the American/New York classical label Mode. Contains 13 pieces for double bass. Jewel case, shrink specification. Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. ------------------------------- ---------- CD...
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This is a CD released by Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi (1905-1988) from the US/NY classical label Mode in 2020. Contains 28 pieces for piano. Jewel case, shrink specification. Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. ------------------------------- ---------- CD...
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This is a CD released by Italian composer Giacinto Scelsi (1905-1988) from the US/NY classical label Mode in 2020. Contains 17 pieces for violin. Jewel case, shrink specification. Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. ------------------------------- ---------- CD...
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American influential experimental musician Alvin Lucier released this CD in January 2023 from Mode in NY.Includes 1 minimal drone songs by pipe organ.Digipak, shrink specification.Below is an explanation by the label.This release features two works by Alvin Lucier centered around the pipe organ, the instrument of choice for Lucier's composing practice.Both are first recordings. 'Swing Bridge' was commissioned by the Australian Art Orchestra, the ensemble on this record, for the Melbourne Town Hall Grand Organ.The score calls for removing certain pipes from the organ and running them through three specially constructed offset chests, each holding two pipes (six pitches total).These pipes are operated by three or more players called "pipe wavers".The music explores the phenomenon of the organ making its operation performative and visceral.You can hear how the energy produced by the organ "sounds" the space in which it was played and recorded. I was able to experience the physicality of the air moving inside.This is a conceptual work of the highest order, but it is also sensual, beautiful, and immersive, with the pulsation of the organ and the resonance of the room interwoven with the texture of the ensemble.The organ and pipe swinging are joined by an ensemble that produces long tones that are microtonically related to the organ. In Sizzles the composer writes: “Drums of various sizes are randomly placed around the playing space. The drumheads are sprinkled with fine substances such as lentils, chickpeas and candy hearts. The drum skin resonates and vibrates, the drums sound and the material moves.Each drum is individually amplified with a contact or air mic and an independent amplifier.Alvin Russier featured in this release We made the final selection for our version of "Sizzles."Click here for labels and other works /// Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. ---------------------------- Includes.. .
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This is a recorded sound source / video of a research project developed to investigate how a percussionist remembers the movement of music in an ensemble.In the video, you can enjoy playing with a multi-camera. Also includes 24-bit, 96khz PCM stereo audio version. Includes a booklet with liner notes directed by Aiyun Huang.Tracks: Iannis Xenakis Persephassa (1969) for six percussionits 28:10 Zihua TanSorites (2015) for ...
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Morton Feldman arranged the work "Cheap Imitation" produced by John Cage in 1969 under the influence of Erik Satie's "Socrate" in 1980, and presented the score to Aki Takahashi, which led to the release. It is a work that called for a connection. Includes liner notes by Cage's friend pianist James Pritchett.Below is a description of the label. "Cage was supposed to transcrib Erik Satie's" Socrate "on two pianos for the choreography of Merce Cunningham, but couldn't get permission from the publisher and had the right to play. I couldn't even get it.The solution Cage took was to keep the melody and phrase composition of "Socrate" and create a piano piece with different notes to avoid copyright issues.Cage named this song "Cheap Imitaion".Cunningham, on the other hand, called his dance a "second hand."The recital concludes with three short films under the influence of Saty. "Perpetual Tango" is derived from the movement of "Tango" in Saty's "Sports et Divertissements", which takes the original tango rhythm and erases a part of it.The cage does not specify the pitch, but gives the range of the original song.The pianist chooses which pitch to play in a given rhythm. In 2, "Sports et ...
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Morton Feldman 6th graphic notation collection. 5 hours 30 minutes to Feldman World. The DVD is audio only, but you can enjoy the performance of the masterpiece The FLUX Quartet at 48 khz / 24-bit without changing the disc.Click here to see more Mode releases available at ...
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A 2002 album by German musician Walter Zimmermann, who created completely unique music under the influence of John Cage's constructivism and Morton Feldman's lyricism.Contains 4 songs.Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. ----------------------------...
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The XNUMXth collection of feldman graphic notation. Includes Triadic Memories performance video composition. It's a DVD.Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. Artist: Morton Feldman ...
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The third collection of feldman graphic notation. 3 --Contains songs composed in 1950.Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. Artist: ...
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This is a 1926-CD set released by American composer Morton Feldman (1987-2024) from New York's contemporary label Mode in March 3. Contains all 2 pieces, including previously unreleased pieces, for cello and piano that he created over the past 35 years. Comes with liner notes. Below is an explanation by Samuel Clay Birmaher. "This release includes all of Feldman's works for cello and piano, including unreleased works and first recordings. Taken together, these works tell the story of Feldman's music. The work spans 24 years, or more than half of Feldman's life, from when he was searching for his own voice as a student to when he opened new doors in his later years.This album explores the flexibility of graphic notation. It concludes with two realizations of ``Durations 35'' (2), which gives us the opportunity to hear the results. ``Sonatine'' (1960) is the earliest work and the first recording. He composed for the sound of the cello, which he loved, without fully understanding the realities of playing the instrument.The resulting solo parts were rustic, virtuoso, and often even unplayable. In this recording, Stephen Malott is as faithful as possible to the score, aiming to realize what Feldman heard with his mind's ear.By 2, Feldman had personally agreed to work with composer Stefan Wolpp. His unpublished Two Pieces, published that year, holds the wavering music together not by logic but by carefully posed gestures. Although the emotional drama seen in his works would eventually disappear from Feldman's music, the idea of ​​``form'' remained above all else throughout Feldman's life. In 1946, Feldman met John Cage, who introduced him to the world of the New York avant-garde. The unreleased and compact Composition for Cello and Piano (1948) was released suddenly, but the DNA of his last work is already present in the memory of its minimal materials and hazy sound. It is included. ``For Stockhausen, Cage, Stravinsky, and Mary Sprinson'' (2) is an ephemeral, unpublished work that was separated from the major body of work that Feldman was producing at the time. The same chord is expressed in two different ways. At nearly an hour and 1950 minutes, "Patterns in a Chromatic Field" (1951) is one of Feldman's later, longer works, and is perhaps the best known of the pieces included here. "Click here for label and other works ///...
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The 11th collection of feldman graphic notation.Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. ---------------------------- Intersection 1. ..
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This is the 13th edition of the feldman graphic score collection. artist : Morton Feldman label : mode
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The 10th collection of feldman graphic notation. Includes Trio performance footage produced in 1980.Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. Artist: Morton Feldman label ...
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Morton Feldman 6th graphic notation collection. 5 hours 30 minutes to Feldman World.Click here to see more Mode releases available at Tobira. Artist: Morton Feldman ...
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This is the 2nd edition of the feldman graphic score collection. Contains songs composed in 1950-1953. A remarkable discovery of over 75 minutes of Morton...
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