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Milton Babbitt / Morton Feldman // Septet But Equal; Fourplay / Instruments 1; Three Clarinets, Cello and Piano CD

Milton Babbitt / Morton Feldman // Septet But Equal; Fourplay / Instruments 1; Three Clarinets, Cello and Piano CD

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The works of Paul Zukofsky's cp70, which has been publishing hardcore contemporary music since the 2's, have arrived at once.

Paul Zukofsky was born in Brooklyn, studied at The Juilliard School, and continued to be a specialist in contemporary and avant-garde music, despite being said to be the successor to Heifetz, who was also called the "King of Violinists" in terms of technique. It was.We have unearthed and received his own label dead stock group, which is deeply related to Japanese avant-garde music.

Milton Babbitt: (1916-)
SEPTET BUT EQUAL
FOURPLAY
Publisher for both works: CF Peters Corporation

Morton Feldman: (1926-1987)
INSTRUMENTS
THREE CLARINETS, CELLO AND PIANO
Publisher for both works: Universal Edition

All works recorded at Studio 2, BBC Maida Vale, Delaware Rd., London, W9, July 20-21, 1997.

Co-produced by
BBC Radio 3

artist: Milton Babbitt / Morton Feldman

label: cp2

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The works of Paul Zukofsky's cp70, which has been publishing hardcore contemporary music since the 2's, have arrived at once.

Paul Zukofsky was born in Brooklyn, studied at The Juilliard School, and continued to be a specialist in contemporary and avant-garde music, despite being said to be the successor to Heifetz, who was also called the "King of Violinists" in terms of technique. It was.We have unearthed and received his own label dead stock group, which is deeply related to Japanese avant-garde music.

Milton Babbitt: (1916-)
SEPTET BUT EQUAL
FOURPLAY
Publisher for both works: CF Peters Corporation

Morton Feldman: (1926-1987)
INSTRUMENTS
THREE CLARINETS, CELLO AND PIANO
Publisher for both works: Universal Edition

All works recorded at Studio 2, BBC Maida Vale, Delaware Rd., London, W9, July 20-21, 1997.

Co-produced by
BBC Radio 3

artist: Milton Babbitt / Morton Feldman

label: cp2