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Sessions / Mennin / Blackwood // The Sessions Duo for Violin and Piano and the Mennin Sonata Concertante CD

Sessions / Mennin / Blackwood // The Sessions Duo for Violin and Piano and the Mennin Sonata Concertante 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.

 

The Sessions Duo for Violin and Piano and the Mennin Sonata Concertante were both recorded at Paul Hall, The Juilliard School, NY in 1971. They were engineered by Horace W. Grenell and originally released as part of the Desto set "Music for a 20th Century" Violinist "(DC 6435-37).

The Sessions Sonata for Violin. The Blackwood was commissioned by and recorded with the assistance of the McKim Fund of the Library of Congress and was first performed by Paul Zukofsky and Easley Blackwood, October 31, 1975, as part of the Anniversary Festival of Chamber Music. And the Blackwood were both recorded at the Library of Congress, Washington DC, May 4 (Blackwood) and May 5 (Sessions), 1976. The recording engineer for both works was John E. Howell, with Michael Donaldson as assistant. Both works were editted by John E. Howell and Susan Bush and originally released as CP2 1 under the Library of Congress Card Catalog No. 76-750608 (Sessions) and 76-750609 (Blackwood).

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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.

 

The Sessions Duo for Violin and Piano and the Mennin Sonata Concertante were both recorded at Paul Hall, The Juilliard School, NY in 1971. They were engineered by Horace W. Grenell and originally released as part of the Desto set "Music for a 20th Century" Violinist "(DC 6435-37).

The Sessions Sonata for Violin. The Blackwood was commissioned by and recorded with the assistance of the McKim Fund of the Library of Congress and was first performed by Paul Zukofsky and Easley Blackwood, October 31, 1975, as part of the Anniversary Festival of Chamber Music. And the Blackwood were both recorded at the Library of Congress, Washington DC, May 4 (Blackwood) and May 5 (Sessions), 1976. The recording engineer for both works was John E. Howell, with Michael Donaldson as assistant. Both works were editted by John E. Howell and Susan Bush and originally released as CP2 1 under the Library of Congress Card Catalog No. 76-750608 (Sessions) and 76-750609 (Blackwood).

artist: artist: