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Philip Corner // Philip Corner LP

Philip Corner // Philip Corner LP

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This is a record released by the 91-year-old American experimental musician/teacher Philip Corner on the Dutch experimental label Slowscan in 2023.

This is a live recording of gamelan performed at the Indonesia Pavilion at the 1994 Expo in Vancouver, Canada. Insert included.

Only the record will be announced.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Philip Corner (1933) is an American composer, musician, artist, theorist, and teacher. He studied at the High School of Music and Art in New York and Columbia University, and studied with Olivier Messiaen in Paris in the 1950s. He served in the military in South Korea from 1960 to 1961, studying Korean traditional music and calligraphy. After returning from South Korea, Philip Corner was introduced to John Cage and became his teaching assistant in the 1960s. In later years, Philip Corner took over Cage's classes at the New School for Social Research and taught music at various schools in New York.Through his first wife, astrologer and trans medium Julie Winter, Philip Corner He became involved with the Christian-inspired Church of Religious Science, for which he composed meditative music. He retired from teaching in the early 1961s and moved to Italy. He married dancer and choreographer Phoebe Neville.

Slowscan Vol.59 is a 1994-inch record containing Philip Corner's Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavillion, 12, featuring the New York ensemble Gamelan Son of Lion. are doing. "

SlowscanOther worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Slowscan releases available at Tobira. 

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12 "vinyl.

Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavilion, 1994.

tracklist:

A1. Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavilion, 1994.
B1. Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavilion, 1994.

Slowscan:

"Philip Corner (1933) is an American composer, musician, artist, theorist and teacher. Corner studied at The High School of Music & Art and Columbia University NYC and under Olivier Messiaen in Paris in the 1950s. From 1960 to 1961 Corner did military service in Korea, where he studied Korean traditional music and calligraphy, from which he often takes inspiration in his compositions and scores. After his return from Korea Corner was introduced to John Cage and became his teaching assistant together with Richard Maxfield. He took over Cage's class at the New School for Social Research during the late 1960s and taught music at various schools in New York, which he helped innovate. Through his first wife, astrologer and trance medium Julie Winter, Corner became associated with the Christian-inspired Church of Religious Science, for which he composed meditative music. Corner is a founding member of Fluxus, with which he has been associated since 1961. In the early 1990s he retired from teaching and moved to Italy, where he married dancer and choreographer Phoebe Neville.

Slowscan Vol. 59 is a 12″ vinyl containing Philip Corner's Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavillion, 1994, featuring the NYC ensemble Gamelan Son of Lion & fragments of 'When they pull the Plug' with miscellaneous native instruments from Surakarta.

Artist: Philip Corner

Label: Slowscan

CAT No: Slowscan Vol. 59

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This is a record released by the 91-year-old American experimental musician/teacher Philip Corner on the Dutch experimental label Slowscan in 2023.

This is a live recording of gamelan performed at the Indonesia Pavilion at the 1994 Expo in Vancouver, Canada. Insert included.

Only the record will be announced.

Below is a commentary by the label.

"Philip Corner (1933) is an American composer, musician, artist, theorist, and teacher. He studied at the High School of Music and Art in New York and Columbia University, and studied with Olivier Messiaen in Paris in the 1950s. He served in the military in South Korea from 1960 to 1961, studying Korean traditional music and calligraphy. After returning from South Korea, Philip Corner was introduced to John Cage and became his teaching assistant in the 1960s. In later years, Philip Corner took over Cage's classes at the New School for Social Research and taught music at various schools in New York.Through his first wife, astrologer and trans medium Julie Winter, Philip Corner He became involved with the Christian-inspired Church of Religious Science, for which he composed meditative music. He retired from teaching in the early 1961s and moved to Italy. He married dancer and choreographer Phoebe Neville.

Slowscan Vol.59 is a 1994-inch record containing Philip Corner's Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavillion, 12, featuring the New York ensemble Gamelan Son of Lion. are doing. "

SlowscanOther worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Slowscan releases available at Tobira. 

---------------------------

12 "vinyl.

Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavilion, 1994.

tracklist:

A1. Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavilion, 1994.
B1. Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavilion, 1994.

Slowscan:

"Philip Corner (1933) is an American composer, musician, artist, theorist and teacher. Corner studied at The High School of Music & Art and Columbia University NYC and under Olivier Messiaen in Paris in the 1950s. From 1960 to 1961 Corner did military service in Korea, where he studied Korean traditional music and calligraphy, from which he often takes inspiration in his compositions and scores. After his return from Korea Corner was introduced to John Cage and became his teaching assistant together with Richard Maxfield. He took over Cage's class at the New School for Social Research during the late 1960s and taught music at various schools in New York, which he helped innovate. Through his first wife, astrologer and trance medium Julie Winter, Corner became associated with the Christian-inspired Church of Religious Science, for which he composed meditative music. Corner is a founding member of Fluxus, with which he has been associated since 1961. In the early 1990s he retired from teaching and moved to Italy, where he married dancer and choreographer Phoebe Neville.

Slowscan Vol. 59 is a 12″ vinyl containing Philip Corner's Gamelan-IX-March: prelude at the World Fair, Vancouver, Indonesian pavillion, 1994, featuring the NYC ensemble Gamelan Son of Lion & fragments of 'When they pull the Plug' with miscellaneous native instruments from Surakarta.

Artist: Philip Corner

Label: Slowscan

CAT No: Slowscan Vol. 59