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David Tudor A Second Wind For Organ


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However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution David Tudor A Second Wind For Organ organization should be applied. From "Byzantium". Larry Lake: Psalm. Lawrence Cherney, oboe. Bill Gilliam: Piano Variations.

James Tenney: Dialogue. From "Selected Works ". Marc Battier: Tourbillon. Carl Stone: Shing Kee. From "Four Pieces". David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark Evan Ziporyn: Be In. Paul Reale: Mozartfrom Piano Trio Mirecourt Trio. Carl Ruggles: Evocation No. John Jensen, piano. Kenneth Goldsmith, violin; Terry King, cello. Giocomazzi: The Italian Theme. Cyril Stapleton and His Orchestra. London LP LL Maniello: Tango Mamba. Geert van Keulen: Violin Concerto.

Radio Nederland LP Morris: Gabrielle. From "American Cello, I". Terry King, cello. Nonesuch CD 9 Steve Reich and Musicians. San Francisco Symphony, Edo de Waart, conductor. Nonesuch CD E Chicago Symphony Chorus. New York Philharmonic Ensembles. Kronos Quartet, Aki Takahaski, piano. Meriden Symphony Orchestra. Stuart Saunders Smith: Crux. Discs OO Lois Vierck: Go Guitars. Dumisani Maraire: Mai Nozipo. From "Pieces of Africa". Peggy Madden: Cosmic Chaos.

From "Windows to the Sky". Maria Lattimore: Clarifications. Bella Rosa String Quartet. Recorded by Don McLean. Don Joey Pastrano And His Orchestra Lets Ball Celebration Rag. Karen Kevra, flute; Diane Huling, piano. Recorded by David Gunn.

David Gunn: Fuel Cheapens Me. Premiere performance by Il Gruppo Nuke Jitters. Festival performance by It Isn't Nice. Lisa Jablow, voice; David Tudor A Second Wind For Organ Ennis-Dwyer, piano. Peggy Madden: The Hook. Erik Nielsen: Anamnesis. Don Stewart: String Quartet No. Bill Harris: Improvisation No.

Bill Harris, piano. California Ear Unit. Discs CD OO Maria de Alvear: En Amor Duro. Hildegard Kleeb, piano.

Andrew Jackson McWain: Crosswalk. Jane Murray, English horn; Michael Various Percussions, acoustic jazz bass. Instead, Tudor created electronic sounds directly during performances, thus pioneering what was later to be called "live electronic music.

By the end of the decade, Tudor became fully involved in live electronic music, producing his own compositions using electronic technology. As composer, Tudor draws upon technological resources that are both flexible and complex: he employs, for the most part, custom-built modular electronic devices, many of his own manufacture.

His method employs choices of specific electronic components and transducers, and their interconnections, that define both composition and performance.

His sound materials unfold through large gestures in time and space, and many of his compositions are associated with collaborative visual forces: light systems, dance, television, theater, film or four-color laser projections. Any Tarantino, piano. Michael Lowenstern: From "". Capstone Records CD cps Solomons David Tudor: Toneburst. David Tudor, piano; Christoph Castell, percussion. Mainstream LP David Tudor A Second Wind For Organ Earle Brown: Hodograph.

David Tudor, piano. Gordon Mumma: Mesa. David Tudor, cybersonic bandoneon. Odyssel LP 32 16 David Tudor: Virtual Focus. From "Cache ". Paul Orgel, piano. Recording provided by the performer.

Donald Bousted: Tears. From "Earth and Moon". Margaret Lancaster, flute. From "Future Flute". Available only from the Yann Tiersen Cascade Street Nick Didkovsky: First from Ereia.

Sirius String Quartet and Dr. Cuneiform CD rune James Bohn: Toy Piano Sonata 1. James Bohn: Toy Piano Sonata 2. James Bohn: Toy Piano Sonata 3. Material Press CD mp-cd Johannes Fritsch: Flute Klang. Natalja Psenitsnikova, flute. From "Winds and Voices". Living Arts Recordings CD 5. Living Artist Recordings CD 5.

Living Artist Recordings CD 6. Eve Beglarian: Continuous Life. David Tudor A Second Wind For Organ X. Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musiciansexcerpt. ECM CD David Gunn: Cowbellies. From "Somewhere East of Topeka". From "Edible Richardi Mac Told You So You Could Have Been Mine Ink". From "Binky Boy". Eric Lyon: Heavy Rotation. Recording available from the performer.

From "Logos Works". From "Flies in the Face Jah Lloyd General Jennings It A Go Dread Logic". Pogus CD Steve MacLean: Piano Drop.

From "Ariadne's Lament". New World David Tudor A Second Wind For Organ CD Phil Kline: Bachman's Warbler. From "Bang on a Can Vol. CRI CD Lois Vierk: Manhattan Cascade. Guy Kluscevsek, accordion. From "Manhattan Cascade". Armand Angster Clarinet System. Montaigne CD MO Morton Subotnik: Sidewinderexcerpt.



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  2. Works for wind quintet. Six Bagatelles for Wind Quintet () Ten Pieces for Wind Quintet () for David Tudor () Études pour piano, Book 1, six etudes () Le Grand Macabre (–77, second version ) Electronic. Glissandi () Artikulation ().
  3. Describes the collaboration between Warthman and Tudor (and others) in the creation of the Neural Network Synthesizer. This work led to Tudr's pieces "Neural Network Plus" (for Merce Cunningham) and "Neural Synthesis" for solo performer. A SECOND WIND for ORGAN. by Richard Teitelbaum (© ) A look at David Tudor the performer.
  4. Tudor is particularly associated with John Cage, who wrote a number of compositions for him. He gave the premiere of Cage's Music of Changes, Concerto For Piano and Orchestra, and 4' 33". He gradually focused less on playing the piano and more on composing his own .
  5. The organ was played by David Hoyte. Rev David Tudor said "It is hard to overstate the importance of the positive energy that is generated by these events. They help people to reconnect with roots, culture, heritage and a simple sense of belonging that can get mislaid in the vast sprawl of so much modern life that is anonymous and bleak".
  6. Samstag aus Licht (Saturday from Light) is an opera by Karlheinz Stockhausen in a greeting and four scenes, and was the second of seven to be composed for the opera cycle Licht: die sieben Tage der Woche (Light: The Seven Days of the Week).
  7. Find Christian Wolff credit information on AllMusic. Christian Wolff emerged in the s on the New York experimental music scene and became a prominent champion of the .
  8. Nov 12,  · av David Tudor / a Second Wind for Organ sj Leon Thomas / the Leon Thomas Album jf Grady Tate / Movin' Day br La Noche / Daiquiri br Babatunde Olatunji / Dance to the Beat of My Drum re the Cobs / Hot Buttered Corn - It Is I re Winston and Donna / Got to Get Ourselves Together - Sound Dimension / Great Mu Ga Ru Ga.
  9. Music of Our Time: A Second Wind for Organ by Richard Teitelbaum (circa ) This article was originally on the back of Tudor's LP of the same name (circa ). It is reproduced here with the permission of Richard Teitelbaum.
  10. Reflections on Tudor's life by some of his friends and colleagues Research in to Tudor's Music Rogalsky, Mat: Interview with Tudor Soundings: Ocean Diary Stories about Tudor Taylor, Joseph Paul: Pulser/Utitled Testimonials to Tudor after his passing in Teitlebaum, Richard: A Second Wind for Organ.

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