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Vladimir Ussachevsky Works For Instruments And Tape Colloquy Dialogues And Contrasts


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D in Composition and, finally, in he went to California to attend qualifying courses to music teaching. A very linear career, if the world was not devasted by a terrible war.

Convextion 2845at the end of the war and after returning to a civil life, Ussachevsky was called to teaching at the Columbia University, in New York, where he stayed for a very long time, as a composer, and teacher, and much other.

In that year the Columbia University purchased the first tape recorder, who remains unused for various weeks.

Ampex tape recorder. Available the studio and portable version too. Sonic Contours — After the early musical experiments, Otto Luening offers to Ussachevsky a new opportunity to compose a piece of electronic music. The main problem in those years was the lack of a electronic music studio. In the liner notes we Vladimir Ussachevsky Works For Instruments And Tape Colloquy Dialogues And Contrasts read a text by Stokovsky referring to music tape, he says:o:. I am often asked: What is tape music, and how is it made?

I want to attach the scanner of the internal booklet. We can note how Vladimir Ussachevsky gave attention to underline the distinction between Sonic Contours and those composition he considered as experiments. These first activities, ends with another event which involves Leopold Stokowski again. Is evident how the collaboration among Luening and Ussachevsky, which lasted approximately ten years until the earliest Sixties, born with the electronic medium.

So I think can be useful make an overview of compositions by Vladimir Ussachevsky, and distinguish between those realized with analogical instruments and those composed with the computer. Vladimir Ussachevsky Works For Instruments And Tape Colloquy Dialogues And Contrasts Piece No.

After knowing this news Luening and Ussachevsky wanted to buy it and so they called Milton Babbitt for a expert advice. By this encounter arise the idea of a new center devoted to electronic music. The management was entrusted to four famous contemporary composer: Luening and Ussachevsky as Columbia representatives, while Milton Babbitt and Roger Sessions for the Princeton University.

This work linked Ussachevsky to Max Mathews which was part of the collaboration team. We must remember that Mathews already by tested the computer for musical goals. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Advanced Search Find a Library. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or Kejeblos The Family Mattress some items.

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All instruments are for real and even though this piece of music moves within the narrow borderlines of classic orchestral music patterns, there is a warm and gentle flow of energy pouring out of it and reaching out for your mind. Luening and Ussachevsky on the other hand work with sounds of undefined origin recorded on tape Vladimir Ussachevsky Works For Instruments And Tape Colloquy Dialogues And Contrasts which are their main instruments for creating something new out of everything.

The result is dark and gloomy. It pulls you away from your earthly existence and drags you out into space to the furthest corners of the cosmos.



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  1. Vladimir Ussachevsky () A leading catalyst behind the rise of American electronic music, composer Vladimir Ussachevsky was born in Hailar, Manchuria; he emigrated to the U.S. in , and after graduating from Pomona College went on to study at the Eastman School of Music.
  2. February 12, Dialogues and Contrasts for brass quintet and tape by Vladimir Ussachevsky (72) is performed for the first time, in Merkin Hall, New York.
  3. Ussachevsky's early, neo-Romantic works were composed for traditional instruments, but in he began composing electronic music. He served as president of the American Composers Alliance from to and was an advisory member of the CRI record label, which released recordings of a number of his compositions.
  4. founded in the early s by Columbia University professors Ussachevsky and Luening, and Princeton University professors Babbitt and Sessions. Originally concerned with experiments in music composition involving the new technology of reel-to-reel tape, the studio soon .
  5. Vladimir Ussachevsky Electronic music Electronic music composed with Otto Luening 1) Incantation () for tape Concerted Piece for Tape Recorder and Orchestra () Works for electronic instruments only 11) Transposition, Reverberation, Experiment, Composition () Dialogues and Contrasts () Computer Music 49) Computer Piece.
  6. Vladimir Ussachevsky. プロフィール: He produced the first works of “tape music,” a uniquely American synthesis of the French musique concrète and the German pure electronic schools. With Otto Luening, he co-founded the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center in and directed its course for the next twenty years as the.
  7. Vladimir Ussachevsky (b. d. ) who emigrated to the USA from Russia in , was one of the pioneers of "tape music", created the first electronic music in with his teacher Otto Luening.
  8. Full music credits for David Hancock: 16 performances. Roles performed: recording engineer, engineer, mastering, recordings, editing. Releases include: 9 luas (Os Paralamas do Sucesso), Thankful (Mary Mary), Come Fill Your Glass With Us (Patrick Clancy, Tom .
  9. "VLADIMIR USSACHEVSKY ELECTRONIC AND ACOUSTIC WORKS –". New York: New World Records (), This is a compilation rerelease of recordings originally issued on various CRI LP's in the s and s. Metamorphosis () Linear Contrasts () Wireless Fantasy () Of Wood and Brass () Computer Piece No. 1 ().
  10. vladimir ussachevsky - otto luening Luening and Ussachevsky on the other hand work with sounds of undefined origin recorded on tape reels which are their main instruments for creating something new out of everything. The result is dark and gloomy. It pulls you away from your earthly existence and drags you out into space to the furthest.

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